The spirit of the nineteenth-century exhibitions of industry, and how we might organise a Great Exhibition for the modern day.
Anton Howes
Increasing the supply of people becoming inventors is possibly one of the most significant, world-changing things that anyone can do. Some thoughts on …
Anton Howes
I’m invariably asked a question to which I have a pretty poor answer: how can my research on the causes of innovation — and the unprecedented and drama…
Anton Howes
You’re reading my newsletter, Age of Invention, on the causes of the British Industrial Revolution and the history of innovation. It currently goes out…
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You’re reading my newsletter, Age of Invention, on the causes of the British Industrial Revolution and the history of innovation. It currently goes out…
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In the last post I pointed to the extraordinary, unprecedented growth of London in the period 1550 to 1700. From a medieval peak of about 50,000 inhabi…
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You’re reading my newsletter, Age of Invention, on the causes of the British Industrial Revolution and the history of innovation. It currently goes out…
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You’re reading my weekly newsletter, Age of Invention, on the causes of the British Industrial Revolution and the history of innovation. I’ve recently …
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Over the past few weeks I’ve been swotting up on English inventors in the early seventeenth century. Curiously, it’s a period that’s often entirely neg…
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Welcome to my regular newsletter, Age of Invention, on the causes of the British Industrial Revolution and the history of innovation. If you enjoy it, …
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Welcome to my regular newsletter, Age of Invention, on the causes of the British Industrial Revolution and the history of innovation. If you enjoy it, …
Anton Howes
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