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Is social media turning us into a species akin to goldfish?

Nigel Morris-Cotterill

It's taken far longer than expected but as of two minutes ago, "How does that make you feel? Identifying suspicion in money laundering and terrorist financing" with all errata in the body of the book instead of on the more usual scrap of paper is available.

UPDATE: the title of the book was subsequently changed to Understanding Suspicion in Financial Crime and it was republished under that title but the content as as mentioned in this article.

Nigel Morris-Cotterill

According to Sky News Israel had a bad day yesterday. Ten of its soldiers were killed. In uniform, some within Israel's borders.

Sky news did not use such sympathetic terms when reporting what happened in Gaza.

Nigel Morris-Cotterill

When I started writing "Sun Tzu and the Art of Litigation" more than 20 years ago, there was no world wide web.

Nigel Morris-Cotterill

I was woken in the early hours of this morning by a message from a close friend, who works for an airline and was in Europe getting ready for a flight. "Check out MH17" was all it said. I checked. MH17, a Boeing 777, had been shot down while overflying territory controlled by Russian backed, Russian armed, Russian funded and Russian encouraged terrorists in the Ukraine.

Nigel Morris-Cotterill

A few days ago, I started writing a blog called "Taking a punt on ISIS." The title is a pun (I like headlines that twist language much more than those that scream "Top Ten Ways To..." and then say something utterly banal like "mess up your job application").

Nigel Morris-Cotterill

Tired of the security (and personal) implications of Firefox's default settings that show a "quick dial" image of recent pages when you open a new tab?

Nigel Morris-Cotterill

It's been two months since I last sat at my desk in Kuala Lumpur and a long trip to the UK for family reasons has demonstrated to me that there are significant differences in the way that the UK, so long seen as progressive and Malaysia, long seen as behind the curve, function.

Nigel Morris-Cotterill

I'm in the UK. It's surprising how quickly one becomes an alien in one's own land: putting petrol in a car at a Sainsbury's filling station, I stood trying to work out where to put my card for prepayment. Then I found the sign: "at pump payment coming soon."

Nigel Morris-Cotterill

It is often said that there are no coincidences. But unless one believes in some kind of grand-master who manages the minutiae of the lives of all creatures and things on Earth, and beyond, sometimes it is clear coincidences do exist.

Nigel Morris-Cotterill

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