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Benedictus benedicat!

“Let him who has been blessed, give blessing.”

I would just like to thank Professor John Naughton and his team for giving me the opportunity to speak last night as part of the Arcadia lecture series at Wolfsen College, Cambridge University.

I enjoyed the most interesting of conversations with some of the students at the college, many studying post-graduate courses there. Topics included animal and human psychology, “big data and big brother”, and the challenges around an internet that never forgets the content posted upon its many social media sites.

The evening included ‘Formal Meal’ which required jacket and tie, and (where applicable) gowns for dinner. I enjoyed the fomalised traditions around the event, from the sounding of a gong to the saying of grace in latin – Benedictus benedicat – spoken by the most senior fellow in the dining room.

It was great meeting a selection of people who read this blog (thank you!), and I thank Professor Naughton for his most excellent hospitality and for enabling me to stay overnight at the college.

#arcadis #cambridge #wolfsencollege

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