The Living Curious Manifesto

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We are all born with a curious nature, the world is new and wondrous. As we grow we start to see rich veins of knowledge and experiences stretching off in all directions. We learn, we explore, and we taste everything.

And then just as we are leaving adolescence and embarking on the journey into adulthood, it just sort of stops. In an everyday sense, we are all still curious, we consume stories, we consume news…

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I've a writer, film maker, team leader and technologist. Working on the forefront of creative technology for over 20 years.

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Simon Hargreaves

Simon Hargreaves

I've a writer, film maker, team leader and technologist. Working on the forefront of creative technology for over 20 years.

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