It’s no surprise to find that the omniscient iPhone is Scott Nursten’s top gadget, but he also reveals a love of Italian furniture. He is hungry to know more about management and marketing, but has no appetite for spam
That’s a tricky one – I use all sorts of sites for my work and personal life. Probably wired.co.uk or arstechnica.com. Both allow me to keep up with all things digital.
My iPhone, without question.
Most useful website for work?
bnet.co.uk has very cool management strategy, industry and personal development articles and advice, which can help to change my perspective on a daily basis.
Last track you downloaded?
Warrior’s Dance by The Prodigy.
Subject of the last email you received?
Market open report.
Social networking or face-to-face?
I use social networking for mass updates. It’s always face-to-face for business or anything more personal than a general update.
I have two: Michael Hyatt for inspirational leadership and Seth Godin for interesting marketing ideas and market research.
Best link you’ve been sent?
11forgottenlaws.com – Bob Proctor’s view that the universal law of attraction is only one of 11 such laws. This site offers a deeper understanding of all of the universal laws.
What was the last thing you bought online?
A handmade Italian sideboard from gomodern.co.uk.
Funniest piece of spam?
Spam isn’t funny. I hate receiving spam and always delete any straight away, without opening it.
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Scott Nursten is Systems Integration Director at NG Bailey.