Sixth (Non)sense: Mike Bracken, banning emails, hacking cars, CIPR, Festival of Code

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Helen and Ben are on their own for this one, nattering on inconsequentially about:

  • Mike Bracken’s dramatic departure from Government Digital Service
  • The company that banned emails and managers
  • Hacking cars
  • Festival of Code winners
  • The value of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations.

Show notes

Leaving government by Mike Bracken on his website

Our startup got rid of email, meetings, and managers — and thrived by cofounders of MT Online in Mexico on venturebeat.com.

Hackers Remotely Kill a Jeep on the Highway—With Me in It by Andy Greenberg on wired.com

Less is more: You’re about to receive less email from LinkedIn by Aatif Awan on the Linkedin blog

Festival Of Code Winners May Be The Startups Of The Future by Mike Butcher on techcrunch.com

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Twitter advice for MPs is good advice for everyone by Koray Camgoz on the CIPR website

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