The PMB Holdings CEO on classic cars, his lack of interest in Twitter, and annoying his kids by listening to Pink Floyd
What is your favourite website?
My favourite website is PistonHeads.com as I love to look at classic cars. I’m a bit of a petrol head.
What is your worst digital habit?
According to my wife I am constantly looking at my e-mails.
iPhone/Blackberry/Android. Which side are you on?
The iPhone every time. I think they are incredibly intuitive and I love all Apple products. I can’t stand Blackberry and find the handsets too small and complicated.
Are you into social networking?
I am on both LinkedIn and Facebook but I’m more of an occasional user as I don’t really have the time.
Are you on Twitter? If so who do you recommend to follow?
I don’t use Twitter at all and don’t really see the point in it.
What is your favourite app?
The app that I probably use the most is the London Tube Map but, in general, I’m not a big user of apps.
What is your preferred means of communication? (eg. Email, phone, face to face, text etc)
Given the choice face to face is obviously best. You get more out of people when you talk to them. But of course, time being what it is you cannot have every conversation in this way.
Using the phone is next best thing and I would much rather communicate that way than by e-mail.
What did you last buy online?
I bought an iPad for my wife for Christmas.
PC or Mac?
As a fan of Apple products I much prefer the Mac to the PC. I’ve got a Mac, an iPad and an iPhone.
Guilty pleasures: Most played tunes from iTunes/Spotify?
Pink Floyd, which makes my children groan!
Edward Jones is CEO of developer PMB Holdings, which is currently developing MK DataVault – a commercial data storage facility – of which he will also be CEO