I once did a supply chain management software hands-on demo for Kodak in Rochester. They signed the deal, and the Thing may for all I know have worked, but apparently none of them have forgotten that morning, because my scenario was managing national sourcing, production and distribution in the face of an extra-terrestrial zombie invasion, with an initial wave of attacks in the Great Lakes followed by an assault on Florida and an uncertain future thereafter. I can’t remember what I was on at the time, apart from beer, but it seems that the UK government has the same prescription. (Via)
- worrying is wonderful
Over at Iberian Notes (2003/10/16 15:15), John Chappell is worried because La Vanguardia keeps plugging the notion that Americans are …
- Zombie manufacturing
The death agonies of the car industry in Barcelona’s Zona Franca district.
- Food traceability and democratic accountability
Tony just sent me a slightly weird press release from an entity that calls itself the European Association for Sure &
- Recentralising Spain’s health care system
The gov that dares not speak its name.
- Indian spammers masquerading as incompetent Spanish translators?
Lenox points me to an article called “Hotels In Benalmadena, Mojacar And Vera – Spend The Amazing Night Life!“, which returns