Full List of Peter Cochranes' Publications to date:

  1. COCHRANE P and BROOKS R M Non-agreement of Forward Echo and Return Loss, IEE Elect Lett, Vol 12/21, Oct 76, pp 558-559
  2. COCHRANE P Through Pulse Measurement Technique for Assessing the Forward Echo Performance of Coaxial Cables, IEE Elect Lett, Vol 13/1, Jan 77, pp 2-3
  3. COCHRANE P and RAIN A Through Pulse Measurements on Installed 1.2/4/4 mm Coaxial Cables Two Examples IEE Elect Lett, Vol13/10, May 77, P 307
  4. COCHRANE P and PERKINS J K Wideband Equalisation and Signal Averaging Applied to the Pulse Echo Testing of Telecommunications Coaxial Cables. IEE Elect Lett, Vol 13/16, Aug 77, pp 481-482
  5. COCHRANE P A Through Pulse Measurement Technique for Assessing the Forward Echo Performance of Telecommunications Coaxial Cable, Euromeas 77 Febuarye on Precise Electrical Measurement, IEE Febuarye Publications No 152, Sept 77, pp 98-100
  6. COCHRANE P and BROOKS R M A Through Pulse Echo Technique for Assessing the Forward Echo Characteristics of Telecommunications Coaxial Cable, URSI Febuarye on Measurements in Telecommunications, Lannion, Oct 77, pp 379-384
  7. COCHRANE P A Through Pulse Echo Cable Measurement Technique, HDW (Howaldsweke-Deutsche Werft Hamburg and Kiel) Symposium on Cable Testing, Nov 77, pp COC 1-9
  8. COCHRANE P A Signal Averaging Cable Tester with Both Through and Return Pulse Echo Testing Capability, CCITT, Com XV-No M,UKPO, Sept 77
  9. COCHRANE P and BROOKS R M A Through Pulse Echo Measurement Technique for Assessing the Forward Echo Characteristics of Telecommunications Coaxial Cable, BPO Research Department Report 649, Oct 77

  10. COCHRANE P DC to 565 Mbit/s in One Hour, Ecole d'ete du Tregor 1978 Theorie et Practiques de Mesures Temporelles, (CNET, Lannion), Universite de Rennes, France
  11. COCHRANE P The Non-Uniform Nature of Telecomms Coaxial Cables, ibid
  12. COCHRANE P An Introductory Look at Information Theory, ibid
  13. COCHRANE P An Introductory Look at Signal Averaging, ibid
  14. COCHRANE P A Moment Comparison Technique Applied to the 'Central Limit Theorem, ibid
  15. COCHRANE P The pdf of an Ensemble of Periodic Forward Echoes, ibid
  16. COCHRANE P Accounting for Non-Stationary Stochastic Processes in Error Probability Measurements, ibid
  17. COCHRANE P An Error Rate Measurement Scheme for a 250 Mbit/s Digital Transmission Experiment, ibid
  18. COCHRANE P A 250 Mbit/s Digital Transmission Experiment; Accounting for Discrete Echoes Generated Within a 1.2/4.4 mm Coaxial Cable, ibid
  19. COCHRANE P A 250 Mbit/s Digital Transmission Experiment; Accounting for Periodic Echoes Generated Within a 1.2/4.4 mm Coaxial Cable, ibid
  20. COCHRANE P A 250 Mbit/s Digital Transmission Experiment; Accounting for Discrete and Periodic Echoes Generated Within a 1.2/4/4 mm Cable, ibid
  21. COZANNET A and COCHRANE P The Subjective Nature of Human Comms, NATO Advanced Study Institute Summer School on Fibre and Integrated Optics, Gargese-Corsica, 1978
  22. COCHRANE P A Digital System Orientated Coaxial Cable Measurement Technique, IEE Colloquium on "Assessment of Media for Digital Transmission", Savoy Place, Oct 78
  23. CATCHPOLE R J, CRANK G J and COCHRANE P The Use of CCITT Standardised Coaxial Pairs for Digital Transmission, ibid
  24. COCHRANE P A Through Pulse Echo Measurement Technique, Post Office Electrical Engineers Journal, Vol 71, Part 3, Oct 78, pp 175-180

  25. COCHRANE P PDF of an Ensemble of Periodic Forward Echoes, Proc IEE, Vol 126, No 1, Jan 79, pp 26-28
  26. COCHRANE P and MALLETT C T A 1 Gbit/s "Westcott" Data Test Set, Fifth European Solid State Circuits Febuarye, IEE Febuarye Publication No 178, Sept 79, pp 14-16
  27. COCHRANE P, BARLEY I W & O'REILLY J J Direct Jitter Measurement Technique, IEE Electronics Letters, Vol 15, No 24, Nov 79, pp 774-776

  28. O'REILLY J J and COCHRANE P Potential Role of Untimed Repeaters in Optical Submarine Systems, Submarine Telecommunications Systems Febuarye, IEE Febuarye Publication No 183, Feb 80, pp 165-169
  29. BATES R J S and COCHRANE P Method of Estimating the Capacity of Multi-pair Cables to Carry Low-Speed PCM Transmission Systems, IEE Proc. Vol 127, Pt F, No 1, Feb 80, pp 16-21
  30. COCHRANE P and BATES R J S A Unified Approach to the Problems of Cross Talk, Echoes and Inter-symbol Interference on Digital Transmission Systems, UKPO Research Department Report 797, July 79
  31. COCHRANE P Finite Rise-Time Pulses and Their Influence on Digital Transmission System Design, TBTAK Marmara Research Institute, Turkey, Report UI-80/05, Feb 80
  32. COCHRANE P and KITCHEN J A A Novel Supervisory Channel for Fibre Optic Transmission Systems, IEE Elect Letters, V16, No 16, July 80, pp 624-626
  33. CRANK G J and COCHRANE P High Speed Digital Transmission in the British Post Office Coaxial Network, Post Office Electrical Engineers Journal, Vol 73, Part 3, Oct 80, pp 145-152
  34. 34 COCHRANE P A PCM Systems Model Based Upon Power Addition of Cross-Talk Interference, TBTAK Marmara Research Institute, Turkey, Report UI-80/07, Feb 80
  35. COCHRANE P Accounting for Signal Echoes in Digital Transmission System Design', ibid UI-80/08, Feb 80
  36. COCHRANE P and BATES R J S A Method of Estimating the Capacity of Multi-pair Cables to Carry Low Speed PCM Transmission Systems, UKPO Research Department Report 829, Jan 80

  37. KITCHEN J A and COCHRANE P A Novel Service/Supervisory Channel for Digital Trunk Transmission Systems, Telecommunication Transmission - Into the Digital Era Febuarye, IEE Febuarye Publication No 193, March 81, pp 159-163
  38. NAVARO D, YONGACOGLU A and COCHRANE P Transmission of 8.448 Mbit/s Over Twisted Cable, ibid pp 178-181
  39. COCHRANE P and O'REILLY J J Potential Role of Untimed Repeaters in Optical Submarine Systems', UKPO Research Report 806, Sept 79
  40. COCHRANE P, KITCHEN J A and POWELL W Remote Supervision of Fibre Optic Transmission Systems, International Febuarye on Communications, ICC 81, Denver, CO, IEEE Conf Record 81 CH 1648-5, June 81, pp 38.2.1-38.2.4

  41. COCHRANE P and KITCHEN J A A Novel Service/Supervisory Channel for Digital Main Line Transmission Systems, BT Research Report 868, Oct 80
  42. COCHRANE P Precision Error Rate Measurement Using White Noise, IEE Colloquium on "Electrical Noise Standard and Noise Measurement", Digest No 1982/30, 17 March 82, pp 7/1-7/8
  43. COCHRANE P and POWELL W H Simple Received Signal/Eye Amplitude Monitor for Digital Repeaters, IEE Elect Lett, Vol 18, No 9, Apr 82, pp 388-390
  44. COCHRANE P A Supervisory Telemetry Channel for Submarine Fibre Optic Transmission Systems, BTRL Symposium on "Advances in Optical Communications", 7/8 June 82, pp 13-13.1
  45. BICKERS L, FAULKNER D W and COCHRANE P 140 Mbit/s Thick Film Hybrid Regenerator, IEE Elect Lett, Vol 18, No 13, June 82, pp 553-555
  46. COCHRANE P A Hermite Series for Error Probability Calculation in Digital Line Systems, Colloquium on Generation Functions and Compound Randomness in Probability, Essex University, 30 June 82, pp 4.1-4.2

  47. BICKERS L and COCHRANE P Acoustic Wave Devices in Base-Band Digital Transmission Systems, IEE Colloquium on "SAW Devices", Digest No 1983/16, 23 Feb 83, pp13/1-13/5
  48. WALKER S D, CARPENTER R B P and COCHRANE P Jitter Accumulation with SAW Timing Extraction @ 325Mbit/s, IEE Elect Lett, V1/6, March 83, pp193-194
  49. COCHRANE P, FAULKNER D W, BICKERS L, HAWKER I and HAWKINS R J Minimum Chip Count Regenerators for High Speed Optical Transmission Systems, International Febuarye on Communication, ICC 83, Boston, MA, IEEE Febuarye Record 83 CH 1874-7, June 83, pp 686-689
  50. COCHRANE P, FAULKNER D W, BICKERS L, HAWKER I, & HAWKINS R J Integrated Regenerators for High Speed Optical Transmission Systems, British Telecom Technology Journal, Vol 1, No 1, July 83, pp 66-72
  51. COCHRANE P Future Trends in Telecommunications Transmission - A Personal View', IEE 3rd Vacation School on Transmission for Telecommunication Purposes, University of Aston, July 83
  52. COCHRANE P Time Domain Sampling Techniques in Microwave Measurements, IEE Vacation School on Microwave Measurements, University of Kent at Canterbury, Sept 83

  53. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper), An Overview of the Cross-Talk Problem, IEE Colloquium on 'Interference and Cross-Talk on Cable Systems', Digest 1984/3, 12 Jan 84, pp1/1-1/8
  54. COCHRANE P, WESTALL F A and CRAWFORD D I The Efficient Digital Transmission of Informationics, IEE Electron & Power, Jan 84, pp 37-42
  55. CATTERMOLE K W and O'REILLY J J (Editors) Mathematical Topics on Telecommunications, Vol 2, Chapter 17, P Cochrane, Error Probability Hermite Series, Pentech Press, London, 1984
  56. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper), Communication Requirements, SERC/CREST-ITG Advanced Course, The Quest for Speed-Sub-nanosecond Digital Electronics, Teeside Polytechnic, Middlesborough, Sept 84
  57. COCHRANE P Future Trends in Telecommunication Transmission - A Personal View, IEE Proc, Vol 131, P + F, No 7, Dec 84, pp 669-683.

    Awarded the IEE Electronics Division Premium in 1986
  58. BAILEY A E (Editor) Microwave Measurements, Chapters 11, 12 and 16, P Cochrane, Sampling Principles, Sampling Systems, and Digital Systems Measurements, Peter Peregrinus, 1985

  59. COCHRANE P Telecommunications-The Future, Modern Telecommunications An International Seminar, The British Council, Course 647, Essex University, April 86
  60. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper), Telecommunications - The Future, IEEE/EUREL/SEE EUROCON 86, 7th European Febuarye on Electronics, Paris, April 86, pp 333-338
  61. COCHRANE P and REEVE M H A Low Cost Optical Local Line Transmission System, Anglo-Chinese Symposium on Optical Communications, Beijing, China, May 86, pp 51-54.62
  62. COCHRANE P, REEVE M H, HALL R D, CASSIDY S A, MOSS J, HORNUNG S, BETTS R and YENNADHIOU P A Solution to Low Cost Local Optical Transmission on Single-Mode Fibre, IEEE Febuarye on Lasers and Electro-Optics, CLEO 86, San Francisco, USA, June 86, pp 252-253
  63. COCHRANE P The Evolution of Optical Fibre Transmission in the British Telecom Network, (Invited Paper), Telematica 86, Stuttgart, West Germany, June 86, Tiel 1, pp 215-231
  64. COCHRANE P Optical Fibre Local Networks, IEE Vacation School on Optical Fibre Telecommunications, UCNW, Bangor, Sept 86
  65. COCHRANE P Time Domain Sampling Techniques Seminar, IEE Vac School on Electrical Measurements - DC to VHF, Imperial College, London, Sept 86
  66. COCHRANE P Digital Techniques at Higher Frequencies, Part 1, ibid
  67. COCHRANE P Digital Techniques at Higher Frequencies, Part 2, ibid
  68. BROOKS R M, COCHRANE P, BICKERS L, BLAU G, COOMBS G P, DAVIES R, HAWKER I, HILTON G, STEVENSON A and WHITT S A Highly Integrated 565 Optical Fibre System, BTTJ, Vol 4, No 4, Oct 86, pp 28-40
  69. COCHRANE P, BROOKS R M and DAWES R A High Reliability 565 Mbit/s Trunk Transmission System, IEEE Jnl SAC-4/9, Special Issue on Fibre Optic Systems for Terrestrial Applications, Dec 86, pp 1396-1403

  70. COCHRANE P, HALL R D, MOSS J P, BETTS R A and BICKERS L 'Local-Line Single Mode Optics - Viable Options for Today and Tomorrow', ibid, pp 1438-1445
  71. COCHRANE P, HUNWICKS A R and ROSHER P A Novel Fibre Break Locator for Optical Duplex Transmission, IEE Elect Lett, V23/9, April 87, pp 440-442
  72. COCHRANE P, ROWBOTHAM T R, HALL R D and McCARTNEY P J Transwitching - the Next Step in Optical Networks, International Febuarye on Communications, ICC-87, Seattle, IEEE Febuarye Record 87 CH 2424-0, June 87, pp 1524-1528
  73. COCHRANE P, HUNWICKS A R and ROSHER P A Automatic Fibre Break Location on Duplex and Diplex Optical Systems, ibid, pp 0444-0448
  74. COCHRANE P and BICKERS L Optical Fibre - The Future Transmission Ether, (Invited Paper), SBMO International Microwave Symposium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 87, pp 649-656
  75. COCHRANE P and BICKERS L Optical Fibre Digital Transmission Systems, SIRA Workshop on Optical Communications, University of Kent at Canterbury, July 1987
  76. COCHRANE P Future Tends', IEE 5th Vacation School on Transmission for Telecommunications, University of Aston, July 1987
  77. GANGOPADHYAY R and COCHRANE P Data Clock Jitter Super-sampling Multiplex Transmission', IEE Elect Lett, Vol 23, No 22, Oct 87 p 1203

  78. ROSHER P A, FENNING S C, COCHRANE P and HUNWICKS A R An Automatic Optical Fibre Break Location Scheme for Duplex and Diplex Transmission Systems, BTTJ Vol 6 No 1 Jan 88 pp 54-59
  79. COCHRANE P and BRAIN M C Eradicating the Central Office with Coherent Optical Technology, IEEE Zurich Seminar on Digital Communications, March 88 pp 59-62
  80. SMITH E H and COCHRANE P (Invited Keynote Paper) The Optical Ether - Network of the Future, Electroni-Cast Febuarye - Fibre Optics to the Year 2000, Monterey CA, 9-11 May 88
  81. BRAIN M C and COCHRANE P Wavelength Routed Optical Networks Using Coherent Transmission, ICC-8, Philadelphia, IEEE Febuarye Record 88 CH 253 2538 - 7 June 88, pp 26-31
  82. COCHRANE P Optical Fibre Networks, IEE Vacation School on Optical Fibre Telecommunications, University College of North Wales, Bangor, July 88
  83. COCHRANE P and BRAIN M C Panel Session Paper on Future Networks, International Febuarye on Computers and Communications, ICCC-88, Tel-Aviv, Israel, Nov 88
  84. COCHRANE P (Invited Article) Undersea Fibre Optic Systems will Benefit from New Technology, Laser Focus/Electro-optics/Magazine, PenWell Publications, Nov 88, pp 141-150
  85. COCHRANE P and BRAIN M C Future Optical Fibre Transmission Technology and Networks, IEEE ComSoc Mag, Vol 26/11, Nov 88, pp 45-60

  86. COCHRANE P and O'MAHONY M J Future Demands in Network Management, IEE Colloquium on the Changing Face of Telecomms Transmission, IEE Savoy Place, London, 16 Jan 89
  87. CREANER M J, STEELE R C, MARSHALL I W, WALKER G R, WALKER N G, MELLIS J, AL-CHALABI S A, DAVIDSON J, STURGESS I C C, RUTHERFORD M J, BRAIN M C, COCHRANE P Field Demonstration of a 565 Mbit/s DPSK Coherent Optical System over 176 km of Installed Fibre, OFC-89 Houston, Feb 89. TU-18
  88. DESLANDES J E, COCHRANE P and JONES E V Effect of 100% Density Error Bursts on a 140-34 Mbit/s Plesiochronous Demultiplexer, IEE Elect Lett, Vol 25, No.7, March 89, pp 473-474
  89. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper) Future Directions in Undersea Fibre Optic System Technology, Integrated Optics and Optical Fibre Communication, IOOC-89, Kobe, Japan, July 89 paper 21B1-2
  90. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper) The Future Symbiosis of Optical Fibre and Microwave Radio Systems, 19th European Microwave Febuarye, Wembley, London, Sept 89 paper INV-7
  91. COCHRANE P and BRAIN M C Future Optical Transmission Technology and Networks, IBTE Newsletter, Summer 1989
  92. DAVIDSON J, HAWKER I and COCHRANE P The Evolution of Service Protection in the BT Network', IEEE Globecom - 89, Dallas, Nov 89, pp 23.6.1 - 5

  93. BUTLER R A and COCHRANE P Correlation of Interference and Bit Error Activity in a Digital Transmission System, IEE Electronics Letters, Vol 26, No.6, March 90, pp 363-364
  94. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper - Keynote Address) Towards a Transparent Network', Eighth International Febuarye on Fibre Optics and Opt Electronics, SPIE/SIRA, London, April 90
  95. COCHRANE P Future Directions in Long Haul Fibre Optic Systems, British Telecom Technology Journal, Vol 8, No. 2, April 90, pp 5-17
  96. HAWKER I and COCHRANE P Protection Strategies for Telecommunications Networks, IEE 2nd Bangor Symposium on Communication, UCNW Bangor, North Wales, May 90, pp 36-43
  97. DESLANDES J E, COCHRANE P and JONES E V European Multiplex Hierarchy - Mechanisms for Error Extension, ibid 05, pp 151-154
  98. COCHRANE P and HEATLEY D J T (Invited Paper) 'Coherent Systems - Fact or Fiction'. IEE Colloquium on Coherent Optical Communications, Savoy Place, London, 27 June 1990, pp 1/1-1/9
  99. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper) 'The Evolution of Fibre Optic Networks', Eletrotechnik und Informationstechnik , Zeitschrift des Ostlrreichischen Verbandes fur Eletrotechnik, 107 Jahrgang, Heft 6, 1990, pp 301-307
  100. COCHRANE P Optical Networks, IEE Vacation School on Optical Fibre Communications, UCNW Bangor, Sept 90
  101. DESLANDES J E, COCHRANE P and JONES E V Error Propagation Through the European Demultiplexer Hierarchy - An Analysis. IEE Elect Lett, Vol 2/18, Aug 90, pp 1469-1470
  102. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper) Digital Transmission - From Copper to Glass. Prof K W Cattermole, Festschrift Day, University of Essex, 28 Sept 90
  103. DESLANDES J E, COCHRANE P and JONES E V Error Propagation Through Plesiochronous Demultiplexers. IEEE Globecom '90, San Diago, pp 111-1115, Dec 90

  104. COCHRANE P and HEATLEY D J T Future Directions in Long-Haul Optical Fibre Systems, British Telecom Engineering Vol 1, Jan 1991, pp 268-280
  105. DESLANDES J E, JONES E V and COCHRANE P Analysis of SDH Pointer Corruption Due to Error Activity, IEE Elect Lett, Vol 27/5, Feb 91, pp 453-455
  106. HEATLEY D J T and COCHRANE P Future Directions in Long-Haul Optical Fibre Transmission Systems, IEE 3rd Febuarye on Telecommunications, Edinburgh, 17 March 1991, pp 157-164
  107. COCHRANE P, WHITEHEAD G K and FOSTER J:Computing and Communication The Next Decade, IEE 3rd Bangor Symposium on Communication, UCNW, Bangor, North Wales, May 91 pp 50-56
  108. BUTLER R A and COCHRANE P The Use of Correlation of Error Activity as a Diagnostic Tool, ibid pp 214-218
  109. FOSTER J & COCHRANE P Assessing the (Richter) Scale of Telephone Network Outages, ibid pp Late Paper
  110. COCHRANE P and TODD C J (Invited Paper) Towards Network Transparency with Photonic Amplifiers, OSA Febuarye on Optical Amplifiers and their Applications, Snowmass, CO, OSA Digest Vol 13, July 1991, pp WA1/1-5
  111. DESLANDES J E, JONES E V and COCHRANE P Analysis of Error Mechanisms within the European PDH, IEE Proc I Vol 138/4, August 1001, pp 280-290
  112. ADAMS P F, ROSHER P A and COCHRANE P Customer Access, Chapter 15, Transmission Systems, Edited by E Flood and P Cochrane, Peter Peregrinus for the IEE, Sept 1991, pp 424-455
  113. COCHRANE P Future Trends, Chapter 17, ibid pp 471-495
  114. COCHRANE P, HEATLEY D J T and TODD C J (Invited Paper) Towards the Transparent Optical Network ITU 6th World Telecommunications Forum, Geneva, Oct 1991, pp 105-109
  115. COCHRANE P and HEATLEY D J T (Invited Paper) Optical Fibre - The BT Experience. 14th Newport Febuarye on Fibre Optic Markets, KMI Corporation, Newport, RI, Oct 1991

  116. COCHRANE P and HEATLEY D J T (Invited Paper) Optical Fibre Systems & Networks in the 21st Century. INTERLINK 2000 Jnl, Feb 1992, pp 150-154
  117. COCHRANE P Communications Requirements Chapter 16, High Speed Digital Electronics. L J Herbst Editor. Prentice Hall, March 1992, pp 421-454
  118. COCHRANE P Communications Technology in The 21st Century, Cincinnati Bell Information Systems Febuarye TEK-21, Orlando, Florida, Apr 1992
  119. COCHRANE P An Introduction to Transmission. IBTE Telecommunications Engineering - Structured Information Programme Chapter 8, April 1992
  120. COCHRANE P, HEATLEY D J T, SMYTH P P and PEARSON I D Optical Telecommunication - Future Prospects, IEE Vacation School on Optical Fibre Communications, UCNW Bangor, July 1992
  121. COCHRANE P, HEATLEY D J, FISHER K, CAMERON K, TAYLOR-HENDRY R (Invited Paper) CAMNET - The First Telepresence System. INTERLINK 2000 Jnl, Aug 1992, pp 38-41
  122. COCHRANE P, FISHER K and TAYLOR-HENDRY R (Invited Paper) The Office You Wish You Had, IBC Febuarye on Advanced Office Systems, Cafe Royal, London 12-13 Oct 1992
  123. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper) Copper Mind Sets, NEC Infovision Comforum Futures Febuarye, Orlando, Florida, Nov 1992
  124. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper) The Human Machine Interface & Telepresence NEC Infovision Comforum Futures Febuarye, Orlando, Florida, Nov 1992
  125. COCHRANE P and HEATLEY D J T (Invited Paper) Future Developments in Gbit Optical Fibre Systems, Australian Febuarye on Optical Fibre Telecommunications, ACOFT-92, Tasmania, Dec 1992, pp 6-13
  126. COCHRANE P The Human-Machine Interface & Telepresence, Euro Febuarying Jnl, Vol 1, Issue 2, Winter 1992, pp 48-53

  127. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper) Future Networks, Short Course on Mathematical Models of Future Networks, University of Essex, Jan 1993
  128. COCHRANE P, HEATLEY D J T and O'MAHONEY M J (Invited Paper) Reliability Aspects of Optical Fibre Systems and Networks, IEEE International Reliability Physics Symp, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1993
  129. COCHRANE P, HEATLEY D J T and CAMERON K H Telepresense - Visual Telecommunications Into The Next Century, 4th IEE Febuarye on Telecommunications, Manchester, April 93, pp 175-180
  130. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper) New Optics for New Networks, Institute of Physics Annual Congress, Brighton, April 1993
  131. COCHRANE P, FISHER K and TAYLOR-HENDRY R The Office You Wish You Had, The Association for Information Management (ASLIB), Aslib Proc 45/6, June 1993, pp 183-186
  132. BUTLER R and COCHRANE P Failure Type Forecasting via Burst Errors, 5th Bangor Communications Symposium, UCNW Bangor, 2 June 1993
  133. COCHRANE P Schreibtisch der Zukunft, Chefburo, Mai 93, pp 64-65
  134. COCHRANE P, FISHER K and TAYLOR-HENDRY R Wish You Had, BTEJ, Vol 12/2, July 93, pp 91 - 96. Awarded the IBTE Runner UP Paper Prize 1994
  135. COCHRANE P, HEATLEY D J T, SMYTH P and PEARSON I (Invited Paper) Optical Telecommunications - Future Prospects, IEE Electronics & Communication, August 93, Vol 5/4, pp 221 - 232.
    Awarded the IERE Benefactors Prize 1994
  136. COCHRANE P (Invited Article) The Hows and Whys for Industry & Academia, The Daily Telegraph, Tuesday, August 93, p 19
  137. COCHRANE P (Invited Article) Up the Revolution - Live 93 Exhibition Special, The Sunday Times, 12 September 93, p 3
  138. LYONS M, GELL, M and COCHRANE P Telecommunications in the Third Millennium - Companies & Communications in the Next Century. CBTA Febuarye, Montreal, Canada, September 93, pp 141 - 146
  139. COCHRANE P, FISHER, K and TAYLOR-HENDRY R The Office You Wish You Had, Intelligent Buildings Today and in The Future. University of Central England Febuarye, Birmingham, October 93, pp 63 - 72
  140. LYONS M H, COCHRANE P and FISHER K Teleworking in The 21st Century IEE, Computing and Control Engineering Journal, August 93, 4(4), pp 170-172
    Awarded the IEE Computing and Control Premium 1994
  141. COCHRANE P From Copper to Glass. Chapter 15, Digital Transmission. The Essex Series in Telecommunication and Information Systems, McGraw Hill 1993, pp 285 - 310
  142. COCHRANE P and HOBSLEY M (Invited Article) Visions of a Perfect Diagnosis. The Times Higher Education Supplement, 19 November 93, p8
  143. COCHRANE P (Invited Article) Engineering With Virtual Reality, The VR User Show, Febuarye and Exhibition. London, December 93

  144. LYONS M H, COCHRANE P and FISHER K Technology & the Teleworker, IEEE Globe Com 94, December 94, pp 385 - 388
  145. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper) Telepresence, Training, Teaching and The ISDN, Integrated Communications 94 - The ISDN User Show and Febuarye, Wembley Centre, February 94
  146. BUTLER, R A, COCHRANE P and MASSIE J Z Error Burst Metrics for Failure Trajectory Analysis, IEE Colloquium on International transmission Systems, IEE Savoy Place. London, February 94
  147. COCHRANE P, HECKINGBOTTOM R and HEATLEY D J T The Hidden Benefits of Optical Transparency, OFC San Jose, CA - Special Debate Session on The Future of Fibre Optics, February 94
  148. COCHRANE P On The Information Future, Design Magazine, January 94
  149. HAWKER I, & COCHRANE P Future Scenarios for Telecommunication Networks, European Transactions on Telecommunications, Vol 4/6, Dec 93
  150. COCHRANE P (Invited Keynote Paper) The Information Wave, Essex University/ICIS International Symposium on Communicating into the Future, Singapore, March 94
  151. COCHRANE P (Invited Article) Dark Fibre Will Transform Telecomms, Expert Opinion Viewpoint, IEEE Spectrum, Technology 94, January 94
  152. COCHRANE P The Information Wave, BT International Symposium on POTS to PANS, Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk, March 94
  153. COCHRANE P, LYONS M H, FISHER K Teleworking in the 21st Century, UK IT Forum 94, SRC/DTI Herriot Watt University, Edinburgh, March 94
  154. COCHRANE P and HEATLEY D J T Reliability Aspects of Optical Fibre Systems and Networks, IEEE International Reliability Physics Symposium, San Jose, CA, April 94
  155. COCHRANE P IT and The Future, Common Purpose Jnl, Spring 94, pp 9 - 12
  156. COCHRANE P Foreword, Special Issue on Modelling Change in Telecommunications, BTTJ, Vol 12/2, April 94, pp 9 - 13
  157. COCHRANE P Future Networks, ibid, pp 9 - 13
  158. COCHRANE P and HEATLEY D J T Reliability Aspects of optical Fibre Systems and Networks, ibid, pp 77 - 92
  159. BUTLER R A and COCHRANE P Bit Error Analysis for Pre-Emptive Network Management, ibid, pp 93 - 103
  160. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper) Education, Technology and Change - A personal View, IEE Computing & Control Engineering Journal, Vol 5/2, April 94, pp 52 - 54
  161. COCHRANE P and Whyte B Guest Editorial The Ice Age Cometh, Series on Telecommunications in The 21st Century, British Telecommunications Engineering, Vol 13, Pt 1, April 94, pp 1 - 2
  162. COCHRANE P Copper Mind-Sets. ibid, pp 10 - 19
  163. COCHRANE P Television, Information & Telepresence, Nottingham Trent University, Alumni Focus, Vol 1/2, August 94
  164. AMIN S, FERNANDEZ - VILLACANAS J L & COCHRANE P A Natural Solution to the Travelling Salesman Problem, BTE Jnl, Vol 13/2, July 94, pp 117-122.
    Awarded an IBTE Highly Commended Paper Award 1995
  165. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper) Telecommunications in The 21st Century, International Febuarye on The Future of Paper in an Electronic World, Amsterdam, 11 - 13 September 94
  166. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper) The Right Technology Came at the Right Time, Design Engineering Journal, September 94, pp 29 - 31
  167. COCHRANE P, HECKINGBOTTOM R & HEATLEY D J T The Hidden Benefits of Optical Transparency. IEEE ComSoc Mag, Vol 32/9 Sept 94, pp 90 - 97
  168. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper) Communications, Care and Cure. Telemed 94, Hammersmith Hospital, London, 1 - 4 September 94
  169. GELL M & COCHRANE P (Invited Paper) Education and the Birth of the Experience Industry. European Technology in Learning Febuarye, NEC Birmingham, 16 - 18 November 1994
  170. COCHRANE P & SMITH R (Invited Paper) 21st Century Information Systems, British Computer Society, Expert Systems 94 Febuarye Cambridge, 12 - 14 December 94, pp 3 - 17
  171. COCHRANE P (Invited Editorial Comment) More of a Crowded Footpath Than an Information Highway. Fibre Optic Communication & User Systems, Issue 21, December 94

  172. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper) Commercialising The Superhighway. Electronic Books Febuarye, Learned Information, Wembley, London, February 95
  173. PEARSON I & COCHRANE P 200 Futures For 2020. BTE Jnl, Vol 13/4, Jan 95, pp 312-318, Awarded an IBTE Highly Commended Paper Award 95
  174. HAWKER I, & COCHRANE P Really Intelligent Networks. ibid pp 326 - 334
  175. COCHRANE P The Virtual University. Business of Education, Issue 5, March 95, pp 17 - 18
  176. GELL M & COCHRANE P Turbulence Signals a Lucrative Experience. The Times Higher Education Supplement, 10 March 95, p 11
  177. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper) Instant Gratification Technology. ANSA Works 95 Febuarye - Distributed Systems and Networks, Cambridge, 3 April 95
  178. COCHRANE P (Invited Keynote Paper) The Future - Information Super Highway or Footpath? IEE Colloquium on Information SuperHighway, Savoy Place, London, 28 April 95
  179. COCHRANE P (Invited Keynote Paper) Networks - The Delay in Removing Delay. Internet 95 Wembley, 16 - 18 May 95, pp 53 - 54
  180. COCHRANE P A Better Class of Communication, Wired Magazine, 1.03, June 95, p 114
  181. COCHRANE P & HEATLEY D J T Aspects of Optical Transparency. British Telecom Engineering, Vol 14, Pt 1, April 95, pp 33 - 37
  182. COCHRANE P Desperate Race to Keep Up With Children, The Times Educational Supplement, 23rd June 95, p 25
  183. COCHRANE P The Potential for Multimedia, Information Technology & Public Policy, The Journal of the Parliamentary Information Technology Committee, Vol 13, No 3, Summer 1995, pp 6 - 10
  184. BARNES JWR, CHALMERS J, COCHRANE P GINSBURG D, HENNING I D, NEWSON DJ & PRATT D J An ATM Network Futures Test Bed, BTTJ, Vol 13/3, July 95, pp 102 - 109
  185. COCHRANE P A Three Click One Second World, IEE Electronics & Communication Engineering Journal, Vol 7/4, August 95, pp 138 -139
  186. O'BRIEN T M, MURRAY P, OBYRNE J , CHAMBERLAIN G, CAMERON K & COCHRANE P Three Dimensional Remote Imaging of Surgery, Jnl of Telemedicine and Telecare, Vol 1, 1995
  187. COCHRANE P Schooling is Obsolete - Learning Isn't, Wired Magazine, 1.06, October 95, pp 40 - 41
  188. COCHRANE P IT - A Glimpse of The Future, ASLIB (The Association for Information Management) Proceedings, Vol 47/10, Oct 95, pp 221 - 228
  189. COCHRANE P Electronics for Everyone Means Banking Galore, SIBOS 95 Febuarye on Global Banking
  190. EMMOTT S (Editor) Information Super-Highways - Multimedia Users & Futures, Chapter 2, P Cochrane, The Information Wave, Academic Press, London, 1995
  191. COCHRANE P & HEATLEY D J T H (Editors) Preface Modelling Future Telecommunication Systems, Chapman Hall, London, September 1995
  192. COCHRANE P The Future, ibid, Chapter 1, pp 1 - 10
  193. COCHRANE p & HEATLEY D J T H System & Network Reliability, ibid, Chapter 11, pp 168 - 200
  194. BUTLER R A & COCHRANE P Pre-emptive Network Management, ibid, Chapter 12, pp 201 - 223
  195. LILLEY R Future Proofing, Forward by P Cochrane, Radcliffe Press, 1995
  196. COCHRANE P & PEARSON I D Telecom 2020 AD, Electronic Product Finder, Sept 1995, pp 8 - 13
  197. COCHRANE P & WESTALL F It Would be Good to Talk, 2nd Language Engineering Convention, QE II Febuarye Centre, London, 16-18 Oct 1995
  198. COCHRANE P, HEATLEY D J T, PEARSON, I D Who Cares? British Telecom Engineering, Vol 14, Pt 3, October 95, pp 225 - 232
    Awarded IBTE Best Paper Award 1996
  199. COCHRANE P IT in The Future - Innovate & Educate, Project Magazine, Vol 8/6 November 1995, pp 3 - 8
  200. COCHRANE P An Exponential Wave, Business Marketplace, Issue 291, Dec 95
  201. COCHRANE P Travelling on Superhighway 2016, Guardian Education On-Line, http://go2.guardian.co.uk/education/ January 1996
  202. COCHRANE P How Should Companies Operate? Guardian On-Line Stakeholder Debate, http://www.guardian.co.uk/stakeholder/issues/cochrane.html
  203. COCHRANE P Welcome to The Three Click, One Second, No Handbook World of BT, Silicon Graphics Performance Magazine, Issue One 1996
  204. COCHRANE P pcochrane@btlabs, A Message From Martlesham, The Great Socket Hunt, British Telecom Engineering, Vol 14/4, Jan 96, pp 362 -363
  205. COCHRANE P The Infinite City, The Square Mile, Kean Publications Ltd, Winchester Group, ISBN 1872558836, 1995, pp 83 - 84
  206. JEWELL M R, CHAMBERLIN G R, SHEAT D E, COCHRANE P & MCCARTNEY D J 3-D Imaging Systems for Video Communication Applications. Proc.SPIE.Vol 2409. Stereoscopic Displays and VR Systems II, San Jose CA. Feb 5-10, 95

  207. COCHRANE P I See & I Remember, International Febuarye on 3D and Multi Media on the Internet, WWW & Networks, National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, Bradford, 16-18 April 96, pp 8 - 23
  208. COCHRANE P pcochrane@btlabs, A Message From Martlesham, Is Serendipity Finished? BTEJ, Vol 15/1, April 96, pp105-106
  209. COCHRANE P Capturing The Soul of Man, Connected@Telegraph, 16 April,96
  210. COCHRANE P Run Me Up an Office to Wear, ibid, 23 April, 96, p 12
  211. COCHRANE P Money - It's not worth two bits, ibid, 30 April, 96, p 12
  212. COCHRANE P Virtually Anything on Demand, ibid, 7 May, 96, p 12
  213. COCHRANE P Virtually Reality Comes of Age, ibid, 14 May, 96, p 12
  214. COCHRANE P Real Time - Subtle thief of age, ibid, 21 May, 96, p12
  215. COCHRANE P 12 hours - Give or Take a Socket, ibid, 28 May, 96, p12
  216. COCHRANE P On The Edge Of The Infinite City, ibid, 4 June, 96, p12
  217. COCHRANE P Never Mind The Matter, ibid, 11 June, 96, p12
  218. COCHRANE P & MATERNAGHAN M New Marketing Technologies, Inst of Direct Marketing Symposium Annugraha Hotel Egham Surrey, 6 June 96
  219. COCHRANE P World Simply to Complex For Us, Connected@Telegraph, 18 June, 96, p 12
  220. COCHRANE P Allowing Your Computer to Forget, ibid, 25 June, 96, p12
  221. COCHRANE P Being There is a State of Mind, ibid, 2 July, 96, p12
  222. COCHRANE P The delay in Serendipity, ALCATEL Telecommunications Review, 2nd Quarter 96,p82
  223. COCHRANE P HEATLEY D & PEARSON I Computers and The Aged, Speculations in Science and Technology, Chapman Hall, Vol 19/2, June 96
  224. COCHRANE P Anything You Can do Icon do Better, Connected@Telegraph, 9 July, 96, p12
  225. COCHRANE P Bear in Mind the Pecking Order, ibid, 16 July, 96, p12
  226. COCHRANE P Virtual Mathematics, The Mathematical Gazette, Vol 80/488 July 96, pp267 - 278
  227. COCHRANE P pcochrane@btlabs, A Message From Martlesham, The Third Lobe ibid, Vol 15/2, July 96, pp194-195
  228. COCHRANE P A Glimpse of the Future, Mining Technology, The Institution of Mining Engineers, Vol 78, No 899, July 96, pp178 - 183
  229. COCHRANE P Only a heel would borrow my socks, Connected@Telegraph, 23 July, 96, p12
  230. COCHRANE P Light beyond the data traffic wave, ibid, 30 July, 96, p12
  231. COCHRANE P Use my eyes and I'll use yours, ibid, 2 August 96, p12
  232. COCHRANE P Beggars at the information feast, ibid, 13 August 96, p12
  233. COCHRANE P (Invited keynote paper)The Information SuperFootpath, Summer Topical Meeting, IEEE/LEOS, Keystone Resort, Colorado, USA, 5-9 Aug 96
  234. COCHRANE P TV phone-in a strange attractor, Connected@Telegraph, 20 August 96, p12
  235. COCHRANE P The Information Wave, FITCE Forum, Issue 2, 96, pp16 - 22
  236. COCHRANE P (Invited Keynote) Don't Silicomorphise Me! Human Computer Interaction Febuarye (HCI 96),Imperial College, London, 20 - 23, August 96, pp1-6
  237. COCHRANE P Only a whisper across the sea, Connected@Telegraph, 27 August, 96, p12
  238. COCHRANE P (Invited Keynote Paper) The Information Superfootpath. Federation of Telecommunications Engineers of the European Community (FITCE) 35th European Telecomms Congress, Multimedia Networks of Europe, Vienna, 27 August - 1 Sept 96, pp17 - 19
  239. COCHRANE P The Information Superfootpath, Electronic Design (USA Edition), 6 November 95, p80X
  240. COCHRANE P The Socket Hunt - From 12 days to 12 hours, Electronic Design (USA Edition), 18 March 96, p 64Z.
  241. COCHRANE P Programmed for the bad old days, Connected@Telegraph, 3 September, 96, p12
  242. COCHRANE P Humans get lost in the video blur, ibid, 3 Sept, 96, p12
  243. COCHRANE P Memories of bygone days, Connected@Telegraph 17 Sept 96, p12
  244. COCHRANE P Logic in donor cards for robots, ibid, 24 Sept, 96, p12
  245. COCHRANE P Sweet nothings and nice ones, ibid, 1 Oct, 96, p12
  246. COCHRANE P It's hard to keep a grip on reality, ibid, 8 Oct, 96, p12
  247. COCHRANE P What price serendipity? ibid, 15 Oct, 96, p12
  248. COCHRANE P It's good to talk to a person, ibid, 22 Oct 96, p12
  249. COCHRANE P Virtual Business, BT Talking Business, Autumn 96, p15.
  250. COCHRANE P Agents for better or worse, Connected@Telegraph, 29 Oct 96
  251. COCHRANE P Marketing threat from America, ibid, 5 Nov 96, p12
  252. COCHRANE P Why we all need silicon injections, ibid, 12 Nov, 96, p12
  253. COCHRANE P Living among the new age nomads, ibid, 19 Nov, 96, p12
  254. COCHRANE P Filing away at the middle ranks, ibid, 26 Nov, 96, p12
  255. COCHRANE P Beam me up a new type of human, ibid, 3 Dec, 96, p12
  256. COCHRANE P Artificial life may find the meaning, ibid, 10 Dec, 96, p12
  257. COCHRANE P The Electric Ant, EXE Software Developers Magazine, Vol 11/7 Dec 96, pp16 - 22.
  258. GELL M & COCHRANE P Learning and Education in The Information Society, Ch 14, Information & Communication Technologies - Visions & Realities, William H Dutton (Editor) Oxford University Press, 1996. pp 249 - 263
  259. COCHRANE P The empirical strikes back, Connected@Telegraph, 17 Dec 96
  260. COCHRANE P Why it's better to work flat out, ibid 24 Dec, 96, p12
  261. COCHRANE P Machines with minds? Why not? ibid 31 Dec, 96, p12

  262. COCHRANE P Time to hang up, Mr Erlang, ibid 7 Jan, 97, p12
  263. COCHRANE P New interfaces - and chaos to come, Financial Times, New Year Review - the shape of things to come, 9 Jan 97
  264. COCHRANE P Seeing Things Differently, BT Talking Business, Winter 96
  265. COCHRANE P What's sex got to do with IT, Connected@Telegraph, 14 Jan 97
  266. COCHRANE P Strange thing about strangers, ibid, 21 Jan 97, p12
  267. COCHRANE P Beam me up - I really want to be mobile, Electronic Design, 6 Jan 97, pp88 - 92
  268. COCHRANE P I've got me under my skin, Connected@Telegraph, 28 Jan 97
  269. COCHRANE P Carbon copies or silicon originals? ibid 4 Feb 97, p12
  270. COCHRANE P Total security is safe from us, ibid 11 Feb 97, p12
  271. COCHRANE P Putting the net to Richter's, ibid 18 Feb 97, p12
  272. COCHRANE P A marriage of unlike minds, ibid 25 Feb 97, p12
  273. COCHRANE P Just thinking ahead, ibid 4 March 97, p12
  274. COCHRANE P Ignorance valued at our peril, ibid 11 March 97, p13
  275. COCHRANE P Crash goes that smug grin, ibid 20 March 97, p13
  276. COCHRANE P, PAYNE, R & MacDONALD, B From Kirk to Picard (A Vision of Mobility), Personal Technologies, Springer-Verlag, Vol 1,Apr 97, pp6-10
  277. GIBBINGS C, NEWSON D, HENNING I, BARNES J, PRATT D & COCHRANE P Super-highway-Super-gridlock? BTEJ, Vol 15/4, Jan 97, pp315 - 321
  278. COCHRANE P pcochrane@btlabs, A Message From Martlesham, An Office You Wear, ibid, pp369 - 370
  279. COCHRANE P I See & I Remember, Chapter 1, The Internet in 3D - Info, Images & Interaction, Editors R Earnshaw & J Vince, Academic Press, 1997, pp3 - 17
  280. COCHRANE P Sow in joy, reboot in tears, Connected@Telegraph, 28 March, 97, p12
  281. COCHRANE P Some bits are more equal than others, ibid, 1 April, 97,p12
  282. COCHRANE P Muted by bells & whistles, ibid, 8 April, 97, p12
  283. COCHRANE P Where mind meets machine. ibid, 15 April, 97, p11
  284. COCHRANE P Picture a world of fewer words. ibid, 22 April, 97, p11
  285. COCHRANE P Reality simply doesn't add up. ibid, 29 April, 97, p11
  286. COCHRANE P Staying in the game, BT Talking Business, Spring 97, p17
  287. COCHRANE P Dangerous dogs on the highway, Connected@Telegraph, 6 May 97
  288. COCHRANE P Remote prospect for healthcare, ibid, 13 May 97, p11
  289. COCHRANE P Is there an NC in your attic? ibid, 20 May 97, p11
  290. COCHRANE P Dumb machines - more out than in! ibid 27 May 97, p11
  291. COCHRANE P Chinese whispers in harness, ibid 3 June 97, p10
  292. COCHRANE P Guess before you leap, ibid 10 June 97, p10
  293. COCHRANE P Three click world, BTEJ, Vol 16/1, April 97, pp71-72
  294. COCHRANE P Hard tests for soft children, Connected@Telegraph, 17 June 97, p10
  295. COCHRANE P Had we but world enough time, ibid, 24 June 97, p10
  296. COCHRANE P & LYONS M The 21st Century Company at Work, Chapter 6, CBI Corporate Communications Handbook, Editors T R V Foster & A Jolly, Kogan Page, London, 1996
  297. COCHRANE P Downside of the digital dream, Connected@Telegraph, 1 July 97, p10
  298. COCHRANE P ND of the line for 3D metaphor, ibid, 8 July 97, p10
  299. COCHRANE P Information choice & price, Focus Communication Engineering Magazine, 32, April/May 97, p1
  300. COCHRANE P No absolutes in a perfect world, Connected@Telegraph, 15 July 97, p11
  301. COCHRANE P Never a poem as lovely as a tree, ibid, 22 July, 97, p11
  302. COCHRANE P Who will then be a taxman, ibid, 29 July, 97, p11
  303. COCHRANE P Broad shoulders but keep off, ibid, 5 August, 97, p11
  304. COCHRANE P How to upgrade your stress, ibid, 12 August, 97, p11
  305. COCHRANE P Innovate to Create, BT Talking Business, Summer 97, p16
  306. COCHRANE P Towards the learned information society, World Comms 97, ITU Americas Telecom Exhibition, Singapore 97, pp 8-9
  307. COCHRANE P They Reckon, T3 Magazine, Sept 97, p17
  308. COCHRANE P X Factor traps politics in past, Connected@Telegraph, 19 Aug 97, p11
  309. COCHRANE P Go with the flow to beat time, ibid, 26 Aug 97, p11
  310. COCHRANE P Quantum leap to future in a jar, ibid, 3 Sept 97, p11
  311. COCHRANE P pcochrane@btlabs, A Message From Martlesham, The desert and the oasis, BTEJ, Vol 16/2, July 97, pp168-169
  312. COCHRANE P The mismeasure of machines, Connected@Telegraph, 9 Sept 97
  313. COCHRANE P Win or lose, war goes binary, ibid, 16 Sept 97, p11
  314. COCHRANE P Fear of machines all in the mind, ibid, 23 Sept 97, p11
  315. COCHRANE P The molecule is the message, ibid, 30 Sept 97, p11
  316. COCHRANE P No handbooks - learn it manually, ibid, 7 Oct 97, p11
  317. COCHRANE P From Copper To Glass - The Right Idea At The Right Time, The Computer Journal, OUP, Vol 40/1, 1997, pp1 - 11
  318. COCHRANE P Remember me to the future, Connected@Telegraph, 14 Oct 97
  319. COCHRANE P Answer blowing in the wind, ibid, 21 Oct 97,p11
  320. COCHRANE P Concrete sense for laptop design, ibid, 28 Oct 97,p11
  321. COCHRANE P Banking beyond the museum, ibid, 4 Nov 97,p11
  322. COCHRANE P There's nothing to everything, ibid, 11 Nov 97,p11
  323. COCHRANE P Beyond the limits of biology, ibid, 18 Nov 97,p11
  324. COCHRANE P (Invited Paper) From Copper to Glass The right idea, decisions, and investment at the right time, The Computer Journal Vol 40/1, Oxford University Press for British Computer Society, 97
  325. COCHRANE P (Editor) Communications in the 21st Century, Special Issue of Proc IEEE, October 97
  326. HENNING I, SIM S, GIBBINGS G, RUSSELL M & COCHRANE P A Testbed for the 21st Century, ibid, pp1572 - 1581
  327. COCHRANE P Tips for Time Travellers, Orion Books, Nov 97 (Hard Back)
  328. COCHRANE P Shopping for atoms & bits, Connected@Telegraph, 25 Nov 97
  329. COCHRANE P Single spies or battalions, ibid, 2 Dec 97, p11
  330. COCHRANE P Breaking the paper chain, BT Talking Business, Autumn 97, p9
  331. COCHRANE P When machines break the law, Connected@Telegraph, 9 Dec 97
  332. COCHRANE P Oh dear, oh dear, oh Dear Sir, ibid, 16 Dec 97, p11
  333. COCHRANE P Little brother is growing, ibid, 23 Dec 97, p11
  334. COCHRANE P Battle of the Babel bugs, ibid, 30 Dec 97, p11
  335. COCHRANE P Banking a bit at a time, BTEJ, Vol 16, Oct 97, pp 197 - 200

  336. COCHRANE P Do we have to die 100%, ibid, pp256 - 257
  337. COCHRANE P Invisible OS in sight, Connected@Telegraph, 8 Jan 98, p11
  338. COCHRANE P World dressed to sell, ibid, 15 Jan 98, p11
  339. COCHRANE P Bits & Bullets, Defence & Security Review, Atalink Ltd, 98. p112 - 113
  340. COCHRANE P A toy no longer, BTEJ, Vol 16/4, Jan 98, p 344
  341. COCHRANE P Another hotel, another host, Connected@Telegraph, 22 Jan 98
  342. COCHRANE P Now we can all be risk takers, ibid, 29 Jan 98, p11
  343. COCHRANE P Machines behaving badly, ibid, 5 Feb 98, p11
  344. COCHRANE P Writing off forgotten skills, ibid, 12 Feb 98, p10
  345. COCHRANE P Seeing to the end of the fibre,ibid, 19 Feb 98, p10
  346. COCHRANE P Machines on the march, ibid, 26 Feb, 98, p10
  347. COCHRANE P Roll on, the daily me, ibid, 5 March 98,p10
  348. COCHRANE P Pushing the technological envelope, Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation (London) Jnl, 31, March 98, pp37 - 41
  349. COCHRANE P & Winter C Biology, Computers, Sex & Sorting, Chapter 40, IT, Plant Pathology & Biodiversity, Editors Bridge, Jeffries, Morse, Scott, CAB International, 1998, pp451 - 463
  350. COCHRANE P Life in the melting pot, Connected@Telegraph, 12 March 98
  351. COCHRANE P Lop-sided bandwidth, ibid, 19 March 98, p11
  352. COCHRANE P When standards are sub-standard, 26 March 98, p11
  353. COCHRANE P Eyes & ears in the sky, ibid, 2 April 98, p11
  354. COCHRANE P Most of my life will be waste, ibid, 9 April 98, p11
  355. COCHRANE P Keeping in touch with real feeling, ibid, 16 April 98, p11
  356. COCHRANE P Can healthcare cope with the California Syndrome? R4 Magazine, Vol 1/1, April 98. p43
  357. COCHRANE P Nothing to lose but our chains, Connected@Telegraph, 23 April 98, p11
  358. COCHRANE P Make that call after all, Connected@Telegraph, 30 April 98
  359. COCHRANE P A light rein on friendly fire,Telegraph,7 May 98,p11
  360. COCHRANE P Exponential Education, Using Education Effectively, (A guide to technology in the social sciences) Chapter 1, UCL Press,Editor Millsom Henry, 1998, p3
  361. COCHRANE P Digital progress defeats fingers, Connected@Telegraph, 14 May 98
  362. COCHRANE P A feeling for technology, ibid, 21 May 98, p10
  363. COCHRANE P Don't believe the scaremongers, ibid, 28 May 98, p10
  364. COCHRANE P Natures nodes and networks, ibid, 4 June 98, p10
  365. COCHRANE P Financial year - a taxing relic, ibid, 11 June 98, p10
  366. COCHRANE P Everyone's a closet relay, ibid, 18 June 98, p10
  367. COCHRANE P Signal from the underground, ibid, 25 June 98, p10
  368. COCHRANE P Time to change gear again, ibid, 2 July 98, p10
  369. COCHRANE P When people demand power, ibid, 9 July 98, p10.
  370. COCHRANE P Out of step on mindless march, ibid, 16 July 98, p10.
  371. COCHRANE P Smart people, dumb companies, ibid, 23 July 98, p10
  372. COCHRANE P Dying for digital posterity, ibid, 30 July 98, p10
  373. COCHRANE P Millennium bug hype or horror, ibid, 6 August 98, p10
  374. COCHRANE P It gets harder to go to war, ibid, 13 August 98, p10
  375. COCHRANE P The sound and the fury of ignorance, ibid, 20 Aug 98,p10
  376. COCHRANE P Power to the customer cartel, ibid, 27 August 98, p10
  377. COCHRANE P Why it's futile to fight change, ibid 3 Sept 98, p10
  378. COCHRANE P Get off my screen, ibid, 10 Sept 98, p10
  379. COCHRANE P Goodbye to the billing bill, ibid,17 Sept 98, p10
  380. COCHRANE P Clear the decks, burn the CDs, ibid, 24 Sept 98, p10
  381. COCHRANE P The end of retailing as we know it? Smart Retailing, Campden, for Anderson Consulting, 98
  382. COCHRANE P Making light of photography, Telegraph, 1 Oct 98, p10.
  383. COCHRANE P Why disc space is music to my ears, Telegraph, 8 Oct 98
  384. COCHRANE P Taming the corporate cycle, connected@telegraph, 15Oct 98
  385. COCHRANE P Sound future for the deaf, ibid, 22 Oct 98, p10
  386. COCHRANE P Logging on forever, ibid, 27 Oct 98, p10
  387. COCHRANE P Core & chore social classes, ibid, 5 Nov 98, p12
  388. COCHRANE P Who needs expertise, ibid, 12 Nov 98, p12
  389. COCHRANE P Adam Smith falling to bits, ibid, 19 Nov 98, p10
  390. COCHRANE P Clever machines are no threat, ibid, 26 Nov 98, p10
  391. COCHRANE P Disk space - the final frontier, ibid, 3 Dec 98, p 10
  392. COCHRANE P Hi-tech lessons from a fruit fly, ibid, 10 Dec 98, p7
  393. COCHRANE P Why the past is out of date, ibid, 17 Dec 98, p5
  394. COCHRANE P New technology in the slow lane, ibid, 24 Dec 98, p10
  395. COCHRANE P No excuse for being boring, ibid, 31 Dec 98, p5
  396. COCHRANE P, HEATLEY D J T, WISELY D R & NEILD I Optical Wireless - The Story So Far, IEE COMSOC Mag, Vol 36/12, Dec 98, pp 72 - 82

  397. HEATLEY D J T, WISELY D R, NEILD I & COCHRANE P A Review of Optical Wireless, BT Engineering Jnl, Vol 17/4, Jan 99, pp 251-261
  398. COCHRANE P Time is on the cyborg's side, connected@telegraph, 7 Jan 99
  399. COCHRANE P Your child's new friend, ibid, 14 Jan 99, p10
  400. COCHRANE P Reorganising non-stop, ibid, 21 Jan 99, p10
  401. COCHRANE P Fresh air or codes for sale, ibid, 28 Jan 99, p10
  402. COCHRANE P Making a splash in 24 hours, ibid, 4 Feb 99, p10
  403. COCHRANE P The net threat to pirates & profit, ibid, 11 Feb 99, p11
  404. COCHRANE P Think creatively about content, ibid, 18 Feb 99, p11
  405. COCHRANE P Ignorance is a threat, ibid, 25 Feb 99, p11
  406. COCHRANE P Costs realigned for nothing, ibid, 4 March 99, p10
  407. COCHRANE P Cutting out the middle-men, ibid, 11 March 99, p10
  408. COCHRANE P A walk in the redweb district, ibid, 18 March 99, p10
  409. COCHRANE P Hubble bubble hype & panic, ibid, 25 March 99, p10.
  410. COCHRANE P 24 hour society, connected@telegraph, 31 March 99
  411. COCHRANE P Farewell to fractal net, ibid, 1 Apr 99 p10
  412. COCHRANE P US lessons in high-tech teaching, ibid, 8 April 99, p10
  413. COCHRANE P Light at the end of the windows tunnel, ibid, 15 Apr 99, p10
  414. COCHRANE P No IT - No Life, BTEJ, Vol 18, p68-69, April 99
  415. COCHRANE P Fingers in many pies, connected@telegraph, 22 April 99, p10
  416. COCHRANE P Economists from another planet, ibid, 29 April 99, p10
  417. COCHRANE P Stop carping & seize the day, ibid, 6 May 99, p10
  418. COCHRANE P Don't miss the next trick, ibid, 13 May 99, p10
  419. COCHRANE P The emperor's new database, ibid, 27 May 99, p10
  420. COCHRANE P The Global Grid of Chaos, Section 3, p73, Masters of the Wired World, FT/Pitman Publishing, Anne Leer Editor, 1999
  421. COCHRANE P LEOs lack bandwidth, connected@telegraph, 3 June 99, p10
  422. COCHRANE P A wearable on every wrist, ibid, 10 June 99, p10
  423. COCHRANE P It's tea time .com - back later, ibid, 17 June 99, p10
  424. COCHRANE P What is the future of man, woman & machine? (Text of the 2dd KPMG Cantor Lecture) RSA Journal, 2/4, 1999
  425. COCHRANE P Tube that filled a vacuum, connected@telegraph, 24 June 99
  426. COCHRANE P Vacuum tube paved super-higway, USA Today, 26 June 99
  427. COCHRANE P Hubble, bubble, panic, Science & Public Affairs, June 99, p5
  428. COCHRANE P The humanoid condition, Context Magazine, July/August,p74-75
  429. COCHRANE P No escape from mobile phones, connected@telegraph, 1 July 99
  430. COCHRANE P Steal a leaf from the pirate's book, ibid, 8 July 99
  431. COCHRANE P Speech to text? Word fail me, ibid, 15 Jul 99
  432. COCHRANE P Tapping into the power of many, ibid, 22 July 99, p10
  433. COCHRANE P Bandwidth today or jam tomorrow, ibid, 29 July 99, p10
  434. COCHRANE P Typing pool shows the way, ibid, 5 Aug 99, p10
  435. COCHRANE P When Experience becomes a drag, ibid, 12 Aug 99, p10
  436. COCHRANE P Carbon - Silicon Convergence, Forbes Magazine, August 99
  437. COCHRANE P A swell time with e-medicine, Connected@Telegraph, 19 Aug 99
  438. COCHRANE P Laptop showers, ibid, 26 Aug 99, p10
  439. COCHRANE P Background processing, ibid, 2 Sept 99, p10
  440. COCHRANE P A word with Dr Johnson, ibid, 9 Sept 99, p10
  441. COCHRANE P Ignorance is killing us, ibid, 16 Sept 99, p10
  442. COCHRANE P Relationships can be complex. ibid, 23 Sept 99, p10
  443. COCHRANE P Computers on wheels, roll on, ibid, 30 Sept 99, p10
  444. COCHRANE P Lessons in learning online, ibid, 7 Oct 99, p10
  445. COCHRANE P Understanding people, ibid, 14 Oct 99, p11
  446. COCHRANE P Tri-corder on the horizon bones, ibid, 21 Oct 99, p10
  447. COCHRANE P If nets don't live, they die, Weekly Diamond,Japan, 16 Oct 99
  448. COCHRANE P Fingers in many pies, Intelligence Magazine, Vol 5/9,p20
  449. COCHRANE P Message from Martlesham, British Telecommunications Engineering, Vol.18, Oct 99, p 222/223
  450. COCHRANE P Press the button & hit return, connected@telegraph, 28 Oct99
  451. COCHRANE P Risky free-for-all in company time, ibid, 4 Nov 99, p10
  452. COCHRANE P Computing for a richer life, ibid, 11 Nov 99, p11
  453. COCHRANE P Networked Economy, Parliamentary Information Technology Committee Jnl, Vol 18/1, Autumn 99, p227
  454. COCHRANE P From Atoms to Bits, Inside Careers, British Computer Society & Cambridge Market Intelligence, Autumn 99, pp30 - 32
  455. COCHRANE P Axon dendrite questions? connected@telegraph, 18 Nov 99, p10
  456. COCHRANE P Waking up with a start, ibid, 25 Nov 99, p10
  457. COCHRANE P Internet time will set us free, ibid, 2 Dec 99, p10
  458. COCHRANE P A future of man, woman, & machine, Yukom Medien Dec 99
  459. COCHRANE P Just do it - the new Britons, connected@telegraph, 9 Dec 99
  460. COCHRANE P Stocking up with hi-tech wishes, ibid, 16 Dec 99, p10
  461. COCHRANE P Radio will make us all parasites, ibid, 23 Dec 99, p10
  462. COCHRANE P Freedom will keep us in our place, ibid, 6 Jan 00, p10
  463. COCHRANE P Die if you don't, die if you do, ibid, 13 Jan 00, p10
  464. COCHRANE P HEATLEY,D J T, & PEARSON I D Who Cares? BTTJ Millennium Edition - Interactive Multi-Media Journal, Vol18/1 Jan 2000,p105
  465. COCHRANE P Future Tech, T3, January 2000, p 86
  466. COCHRANE P Now it's your turn, connected@telegraph, 20 Jan 00, p10
  467. COCHRANE P Goodnight Vienna as MP3 flowers, ibid, 27 Jan 00, p10
  468. COCHRANE P Get online, the journal is dead, ibid, 3 Feb 00, p10
  469. COCHRANE P Bricks in an unreal city, ibid, 10 Feb 00, p10
  470. COCHRANE P True Productivity found at home, ibid, 17 Feb 00, p10
  471. COCHRANE P Be cruel to be kind, ibid, 24 Feb 00, p10
  472. COCHRANE P From cow horns to implants, One in Seven Magazine, RNID, Vol 15 Feb/March 2000, pp14 - 15
  473. COCHRANE P Powering down to quantum level, connected@telegraph, 2 Mar00
  474. COCHRANE P On average the price is too high, ibid, 9 March 00, p10
  475. COCHRANE P Tapping into company brains, ibid, 16 March 00, p10
  476. COCHRANE P Light strings words together, ibid, 23 March 00, p10
  477. COCHRANE P New technology, horizons & attitudes, Weekly Diamond, Japan, 22 March 00
  478. COCHRANE P Corbo-Silicon Convergence, Weekly Diamond Japan, 18 April 00
  479. COCHRANE P Head to Head, Sovereign Magazine, Spring 2000, pp 56 - 57
  480. COCHRANE P Memories to dear to bear, connected@telegraph, 20 May 99
  481. COCHRANE P The emperor's new database, ibid, 27 May 99,p10
  482. COCHRANE P Technology's finally putting paid to paper, Professional Manager, May 2000, p 14/15
  483. COCHRANE P PC or TV, BTEJ, Vol 1, Part 2, April - June 2000, p69
  484. COCHRANE P Dear old LEOs lack bandwidth, connected@telegraph, 3 June 99
  485. COCHRANE P A wearable on each wrist, ibid, 10 June 99, p10
  486. COCHRANE P It's tea time.com - back later, ibid, 17 June 99, p10
  487. COCHRANE P Tube that filled the vacuum, ibid, 24 June 99, p10
  488. COCHRANE P No Tube - No Transistors - No Life, USA Today, 26 June 99
  489. COCHRANE P No escape from mobile bores, connected@telegraph, 1 July
  490. COCHRANE P Steal a leaf from the pirate's book, ibid, 8 July 99, p10
  491. COCHRANE P Speech to text - words fail me, ibid, 15 July 99, p10
  492. COCHRANE P Tapping into the power of many, ibid, 22 July 99, p10
  493. COCHRANE P Bandwidth today or Jam tomorrow, ibid, 29 July 99, p10
  494. COCHRANE P Time to get started, Business Age, July/August 2000, p 17
  495. COCHRANE P Star Trek, Viewpoint, Insight, Summer 2000, p5
  496. COCHRANE P Typing pool shows the way, connected@telegraph, 5 Aug 99
  497. COCHRANE P When experience becomes a drag, ibid, 12 Aug 99, p10
  498. COCHRANE P A swell time with e-medicine, ibid, 19 Aug 99, p10
  499. COCHRANE P Laptop showers; don't try at home, ibid, 26 Aug 99, p10
  500. COCHRANE P Background processing, ibid, 2 Sept 99, p10
  501. COCHRANE P A word with Dr Johnson, ibid, 9 Sept 99, p10
  502. COCHRANE P Ignorance is killing us, ibid, 16 Sept 99, p10
  503. COCHRANE P Relationships can be complex, ibid, 23 Sept 99, p10
  504. COCHRANE P Computers on wheels, roll on, ibid, 30 Sept 99, p10
  505. COCHRANE P Lessons in learning online, ibid, 7 Oct 99, p10
  506. COCHRANE P Understanding People, ibid, 14 Oct 99, p10
  507. COCHRANE P Tri-corders on the horizon Bones, ibid, 21 Oct 99, p10
  508. COCHRANE P Press the button & hit return, ibid, 28 Oct 99, p10
  509. COCHRANE P Risk free-for-all in company time, ibid, 4 Nov 99, p10
  510. COCHRANE P Computing for a richer life, ibid, 11 Nov 99, p10
  511. COCHRANE P Axon-dendrite questions? ibid, 18 Nov 99, p10
  512. COCHRANE P Waking up with a start, ibid, 25 Nov 99, p10
  513. COCHRANE P Internet time will set us free, ibid, 2 Dec 99, p10
  514. COCHRANE P Just do it - the new Britons, ibid, 9 Dec 99, p10
  515. COCHRANE P Stocking up with hi-tech wishes, ibid, 16 Dec 99, p10
  516. COCHRANE P Radio will make us all parasites, ibid, 23 Dec 99, p10
  517. COCHRANE P PC or TV? Evening Post London 24 December 99

  518. COCHRANE P Freedom will keep us in our place, Connected@Telegraph, 6 Jan 00, p10
  519. COCHRANE P Die if you don't, die if you do, ibid, 13 Jan 00, p10
  520. COCHRANE P Now it's your turn, ibid, 20 Jan 00, p10
  521. COCHRANE P Goodnight Vienna as MP3 flowers, ibid, 27 Jan 00, p10
  522. COCHRANE P Get on-line, the journal is dead, ibid, 3 Feb 00, p10
  523. COCHRANE P Bricks in an unreal city, ibid, 10 Feb 00, p10
  524. COCHRANE P True productivity found at home, ibid, 17 Feb 00, p10
  525. COCHRANE P Be cruel to be kind, ibid, 24 Feb 00, p10
  526. COCHRANE P Powering down to quantum level, ibid, 2 March 00, p10
  527. COCHRANE P On average the price is too high, ibid, 9 March 00, p10
  528. COCHRANE P Tapping into company brains, ibid,16 March 00, p10
  529. COCHRANE P Light strings words together, ibid,23 March 00, p10
  530. COCHRANE P The whispering molecules, ibid, 30 March 00, p10
  531. COCHRANE P Bandwidth & brandwidth, ibid, 6 April 00, p10
  532. COCHRANE P Keeping ahead of the wave, ibid,13 April 00, p10
  533. COCHRANE P A world too fast to be controlled, ibid, 20 April 00, p10
  534. COCHRANE P Exploring the depths, ibid, 27 April 00, p10
  535. COCHRANE P Convergence? Not in your life, ibid, 4 May 00, p10
  536. COCHRANE P Just DO IT has become battle cry, ibid, 11 May 00, p10
  537. COCHRANE P Strange that some people make, ibid, 18 May 00, p10
  538. COCHRANE P Get the details right first, ibid,25 May 00, p10
  539. COCHRANE P Quantity not quality, ibid, 1 June 00, p10
  540. COCHRANE P Being on-line exposes us, ibid, 8 June 00, p10
  541. COCHRANE P Without GM we would be dead, ibid, 15 June 00, p10
  542. COCHRANE P Fast, constant, on-line connection, ibid, 22 June 00, p1
  543. COCHRANE P Habits of our peculiar species, ibid, 29 June 00, p10
  544. COCHRANE P 100 years ago education - adequate, ibid, 6 July 00,p10
  545. COCHRANE P Silicon Valley investment, ibid, 13 July 00, p10
  546. COCHRANE P My children suffer my preferences, ibid, 27 July 00, p10
  547. COCHRANE P DVD controls are not the answer, ibid, 10 Aug 00, p10
  548. COCHRANE P It is important we take simple route, ibid, 24 Aug 00, p
  549. COCHRANE P Why charge for something trivial, ibid, 7 Sept 00,p10
  550. COCHRANE P Why pay for encyclopaedia? ibid, 21 Sept 00, p10
  551. COCHRANE P Organised chaos, ibid, 5 Oct 00.p10
  552. COCHRANE P The world on the streets, ibid, 19 Oct 00, p10
  553. COCHRANE P PC or TV, The BTE jnl, Volume 1, Part 4, Oct - Dec 2000, p69
  554. COCHRANE P Taking stock, Connected@Telegraph, 2 Nov 00, p10
  555. COCHRANE P Dodging demographics, ibid, 16 Nov 00, p10
  556. COCHRANE P Dotcom Death, View Point, Insight, Autumn 2000, p5
  557. COCHRANE P Leaving BT, XXXXXX 30 Nov 00
  558. COCHRANE P New order, Connected@Telegraph, 30 Nov 00, p10
  559. COCHRANE P In it for the money, ibid, 14 Dec 00, p10
  560. COCHRANE P A Lawless Web, International Telecoms Quarterly, Dec 2000
  561. COCHRANE P On the move, The Sunday Post, London, 24 Dec 00

  562. COCHRANE P Napster - just the beginning? BTEJ 2/1 Jan - March 01
  563. COCHRANE P Making a speech, Connected@Telegraph, 4 Jan 01, p10
  564. COCHRANE P They'll be watching you, ibid, 18 Jan 01, p10
  565. COCHRANE P The next big crisis is looming, ibid, 1 Feb 01, p10
  566. COCHRANE P Money down the drain, ibid, 15 Feb 01,p10
  567. COCHRANE P Freedom or taking a liberty? Insight, February 2001, p4
  568. COCHRANE P The death of corporate R & D Infoconomist Magazine, www.infoconomy.com, March 01
  569. COCHRANE P 3G to be sidelined? BTEJ 2/2 April - June 01
  570. COCHRANE P Show us the money, Connected@Telegraph, 1 March 01, p10
  571. COCHRANE P Wasting time, ibid, 15 March 01, p10
  572. COCHRANE P The hard sell, ibid, 29 March 01, p10
  573. COCHRANE P Reading minds, ibid, 12 April 01, p10
  574. COCHRANE P Electronically stored paper, ibid, 26 April 01, p10
  575. COCHRANE P 3G to be sidelined? The Sentaku, Japan, April 01
  576. COCHRANE P The new age of Porno, Connected@Telegraph, 10 May 01, p10
  577. COCHRANE P The great telephone connection? ibid, 24 May 01, p10
  578. COCHRANE P Band-Aid solution to bandwidth headache, ibid, 7 June 01, p10
  579. COCHRANE P Peer to peer, ibid, 21 June 01, p10
  580. COCHRANE P Ramblers need not apply, ibid, 5 July 01, p10
  581. COCHRANE P 3G dead or alive? The Nikkei Business Daily, 17 July 01, p3
  582. COCHRANE P The great reboot of the 21st Century, Connected@Telegraph, 19 July 01, p10
  583. COCHRANE P Tired cash till wasting time, ibid, 2 Aug 01, p10
  584. COCHRANE P Back to being bandwidth deprived, ibid, 16 Aug 01, p10
  585. COCHRANE P Street power wiring, ibid, 30 Aug 01, p10
  586. COCHRANE P The success of CDs & DVDs, ibid, 13 Sept 01, p10
  587. COCHRANE P Thinking it through, ibid, 28 Sept 01, p10
  588. COCHRANE P Radio signal boom, ibid, 11 Oct 01, p10
  589. COCHRANE P Life begins at 100Mbit/s, Billing Magazine, Oct 01, pp 17-20
  590. COCHRANE P Are you backed up? Connected@Telegraph, 25 Oct 01, p10
  591. COCHRANE P A warning for the music industry CDs ibid, 8 Nov 01, p10
  592. COCHRANE P Doing IT! BTE jnl, Vol1, Pt 4, Oct - Dec 2001, p67

  593. COCHRANE P Intelligence & Life - Real or Artificial? LOOP - Diamond Link Mag Japan, Jan 02
  594. COCHRANE P New World Network Scenarios, pp37 - 40. Ultimate Telecom Futures: Broadband Multi-Service Networks Edited by Stephen McClelland. Horizon House Publications, Jan 2002
  595. COCHRANE P Wearables, Whereables, Wereables. LOOP - Diamond Link Mag Japan, Feb 02
  596. COCHRANE P NotGettingIT.com, The BTE jnl, Vol 3, Part 1, Jan - Mar 2002, p88
  597. COCHRANE P Wearables, Wherables. Wereables, The Journal of the Communications Network, Vol 1/1, April-June 2001, p124
  598. COCHRANE P It's our brains that lack bandwidth, July 02
  599. COCHRANE P Where am I coming from? ibid 11 July 02
  600. COCHRANE P Don¹t make life harder than it is, ibid 11 July 02
  601. COCHRANE P Being a squirrel, ibid 18 July 02
  602. COCHRANE P Butterfly wings, ibid 25 July 02
  603. COCHRANE P The 3G chasm - deeper than we thought, ibid - 1 Aug 02
  604. COCHRANE P Exponential growth - so misunderstood ibid - 8 Aug 02
  605. COCHRANE P The blue sack, ibid - 15 Aug 02
  606. COCHRANE P 3G - now is the time to give up, ibid - 21 Aug 02
  607. COCHRANE P Screen test, ibid - 29 Aug 02
  608. COCHRANE P Stupidity on an industrial scale, ibid - 29 Aug 02
  609. COCHRANE P Chips in everything, ibid - 5 September 02
  610. COCHRANE P Your communication compromise, ibid - 18 September 02
  611. COCHRANE P Uncontrollable bits, ibid - 26 Sept 02
  612. COCHRANE P Scales of grey, ibid - 03 Oct 02
  613. COCHRANE P Who'd be a copyright lawyer? Not me... , ibid - 10 Oct 02
  614. COCHRANE P Education that doesn't fit, ibid - 17 Oct 02
  615. COCHRANE P Who goes there? ibid - 24 Oct 02
  616. COCHRANE P How many mobile phones do you need? ibid - 31 Oct 02
  617. COCHRANE P Summits, models and machines, ibid - 07 Nov 02
  618. COCHRANE P Software Licensing - Time To Get Angry, ibid - 14 Nov 02
  619. COCHRANE P Cochrane's Law, ibid - 21 Nov 02
  620. COCHRANE P G Force in a Rugged World, ibid - 28 Nov 02
  621. COCHRANE P Crippling the WWW - do we need net Police? ibid - 5 Dec 02
  622. COCHRANE P Technology fatigue - Moore¹s Wall?, ibid - 12 Dec 02
  623. COCHRANE P Science & belief, ibid - 19 Dec 02

  624. COCHRANE P Christmas shopping, ibid - 2 Jan 03
  625. COCHRANE P Oil Crisis of 2003, ibid - 9 Jan 03
  626. COCHRANE P Wireless everything, ibid - 16 Jan 03
  627. COCHRANE P Save Everything, ibid - 23 Jan 03
  628. COCHRANE P No market savvy, ibid - 30 Jan 03
  629. COCHRANE P Shopping protocol, ibid - 5 Feb 03
  630. COCHRANE P Insecure thinking ibid - 12 Feb 03
  631. COCHRANE P Counterintuitive networks, ibid - 19 Feb 03
  632. COCHRANE P Salesmanship - or a lack of it, ibid - 26 Feb 03
  633. COCHRANE P The technology business, BA Business Magazine - Mar 03
  634. COCHRANE P Invisible revolution, 5 March 03
  635. COCHRANE P Reliability & downtime, ibid - 12 Mar 03
  636. COCHRANE P Another management gaffes, ibid - 19 Mar 03
  637. COCHRANE P The cyborgs are here, ibid - 2 Apr 03
  638. COCHRANE P Think different - think non-linear, ibid - 9 Apr 03
  639. COCHRANE P Intelligent Machines, ibid - 17 Apr 03
  640. COCHRANE P Short termism, ibid - 24 Apr 03
  641. COCHRANE P Web realities, ibid - 1 May 03
  642. COCHRANE P Wearables, ibid - 8 May 03
  643. COCHRANE P Circuit or packet, clean or dirty, ibid - 14 May 03
  644. COCHRANE P Porn of no porn, ibid - 21 May 03
  645. COCHRANE P Right technology for the right job, ibid - 29 May 03
  646. COCHRANE P All seeing technology, ibid - 6 Jun 03
  647. COCHRANE P Not so wonderful spam, ibid - 21 Jun 03
  648. COCHRANE P WiFi on the fly, ibid - 19 Jun 03
  649. COCHRANE P DIY networking, DIY v DIFM ibid - 26 Jun 03
  650. COCHRANE P Nature and engineering, ibid - 3 Jul 03
  651. COCHRANE P My life bits, ibid - 10 Jul 03
  652. COCHRANE P Trusting people & self organisation, ibid - 17 Jul
  653. COCHRANE P Medical records, ibid - 17 Jul 03
  654. COCHRANE P Network power, ibid - 31 Jul 03
  655. COCHRANE P My top ten IT myths, ibid - 1 Aug 03
  656. COCHRANE P NanoTechnolgy & grey goo, ibid - 7 Aug 03
  657. COCHRANE P Death by 1M tracks, ibid - 14 Aug 03
  658. COCHRANE P Six Degrees And Supernodes, ibid - 21 Aug 03
  659. COCHRANE P The Ups And Downs Of Power, ibid - 03 Sept 03
  660. COCHRANE P 24 hours in 2020, ibid -11 Sept 03
  661. COCHRANE P Mobile Guesses, ibid -17 Sept 03
  662. COCHRANE P Crash, Crash, Crash, ibid - 25 Sept 03
  663. COCHRANE P Telecoms On The Cusp ITU Telecom World 2003 Newspaper - Sun 12 Oct 03
  664. COCHRANE P From R&d to r&D European Business Forum, Issue 16 (pp19-21) - Winter 03/04
  665. COCHRANE P Logistics On The Move, www.silicon.com - 16 Oct 03
  666. COCHRANE P Net Antibodies, ibid - 30 Oct 03
  667. COCHRANE P Wi-Fi Versus Soap And Towels, ibid - 13 Nov 03
  668. COCHRANE P Holistic Security, ibid - 26 Nov 03
  669. COCHRANE P MP3 Shoplifting, ibid - 03 Dec 03
  670. COCHRANE P A Christmas wish list, ibid - 17 Dec 03

  671. COCHRANE P Business Transformation, ibid - 14 Jan 04
  672. COCHRANE P Blind Purchases, ibid - 28 Jan 04
  673. COCHRANE P Discounting Technology Saab Magazine, (pp41-43) - Feb/Mar 04
  674. COCHRANE P Analogue or Digital? www.silicon.com - 12 Feb 04
  675. COCHRANE P All The World In Your Shirt Pocket, www.silicon.com - 26 Feb 04
  676. COCHRANE P Fractal Stupidity, www.silicon.com - 11 Mar 04
  677. COCHRANE P Outsourcing And Offshoring, www.silicon.com - 25 Mar 04
  678. COCHRANE P What Superhighway? www.silicon.com - 8 Apr 04
  679. COCHRANE P Hype and Skype www.silicon.com - 21 Apr 04
  680. COCHRANE P Are IT Departments Doomed? www.silicon.com - 06 May 04
  681. COCHRANE P The Ever-Evolving Virus, www.silicon.com - 20 May 04
  682. COCHRANE P Free Net Access For All, www.silicon.com - 17 Jun 04
  683. COCHRANE P Upside-Down Security, www.silicon.com - 1 Jul 04
  684. COCHRANE P Mobile Myth Busting, www.silicon.com - 12 Aug 04
  685. COCHRANE P Six Degrees And Super Nodes, www.silicon.com - 26 Aug 04
  686. COCHRANE P VoIP Spam - It's Coming, www.silicon.com 9 Sept 04
  687. COCHRANE P Quantum Wells And Problem Solving, www.silicon.com - 23 Sept 04
  688. COCHRANE P God For A Day, www.silicon.com - 7 Oct 04
  689. COCHRANE P A Sea Of Bits, www.silicon.com - 20 Oct 04
  690. COCHRANE P Mobile Folly, www.silicon.com - 4- Nov 04
  691. COCHRANE P The State Of Broadband, www.silicon.com - 18 Nov 04
  692. COCHRANE P Why Do We Still Travel? www.silicon.com - 2 Dec 04
  693. COCHRANE P Looking Back From 2020, www.silicon.com - 16 Dec 04

  694. COCHRANE P Life As A Tech-Nomad, www.silicon.com - 6 Jan 05
  695. COCHRANE P Why Does Technology Fail? www.silicon.com - 21 Jan 05
  696. COCHRANE P The Large And Small Of IT, www.silicon.com - 03 Feb 05
  697. COCHRANE P VoIP Wins, www.silicon.com - 17 Feb 05
  698. COCHRANE P Can education be saved? www.silicon.com - 10 Mar 05
  699. COCHRANE P Valley Lessons, www.silicon.com - 31 Mar 05
  700. COCHRANE P Formula For Project Failure, www.silicon.com - 17 Mar 05
  701. COCHRANE P Am I Uncool? www.silicon.com - 13 Apr 05
  702. COCHRANE P Abrupt Change, www.silicon.com - 20 Apr 05
  703. COCHRANE P Customer needs..., www.silicon.com - 22 Apr 05
  704. COCHRANE P Customer needs, part 2, www.silicon.com - 29 Apr 05
  705. COCHRANE P Accelerating Society, www.silicon.com - 13 May 05
  706. COCHRANE P Continual Reorganisation, www.silicon.com - 26 May 05
  707. COCHRANE P Don't Hold Your Breath For 3G, www.silicon.com - 02 Jun 05
  708. COCHRANE P My run-in with the IT 'SS', www.silicon.com - 09 Jun 05
  709. COCHRANE P Wireless access - the US v Europe, www.silicon.com - 13 Jun 05
  710. COCHRANE P Thanks for the memory, www.silicon.com - 24 Jun 05
  711. COCHRANE P How I fought off a DoS attack, www.silicon.com - 30 Jun 05
  712. COCHRANE P Thank Goodness Hardware Doesn't Last Forever, www.silicon.com - 1 Jul 05
  713. COCHRANE P Hollywood's Real Threat, www.silicon.com - 7 Jul 05
  714. COCHRANE P 7/7 Shows We Need More Networks, www.silicon.com - 07 Jul 05
  715. COCHRANE P Hollywood's Real Threat, www.silicon.com - 07 Jul 05
  716. COCHRANE P Are we heading towards a new dark age? www.silicon.com - 14 Jul 05
  717. COCHRANE P Start-ups And Gold Miners, www.silicon.com - 20 Jul 05
  718. COCHRANE P The Power of Wi-Fi, www.silicon.com - 28 Jul 05
  719. COCHRANE P Borrowing Wi-Fi is not a crime, www.silicon.com - 01 Aug 05
  720. COCHRANE P I'm toast, www.silicon.com - 11 Aug 05
  721. COCHRANE P School's out, www.silicon.com - 22 Aug 05
  722. COCHRANE P My digital camera feature request, www.silicon.com - 30 Aug 05
  723. COCHRANE P WiFi in the USA www.silicon.com - 9 Sept 05
  724. COCHRANE P Information the way it should be, www.silicon.com - 12 Sept 05
  725. COCHRANE P Bottom Up Wins, Top Down Loses! - 12 Sept 2005
  726. COCHRANE P Banking On New Technology - 12th Sept 2005
  727. COCHRANE P Travelling ultra-light, www.silicon.com - 27 Sept 05
  728. COCHRANE P The Search For Spectrum, www.silicon.com - 10 Oct 05
  729. COCHRANE P The UK's A Broadband Leader. Really? www.silicon.com - 17 Oct 05
  730. COCHRANE P No More Dial-Up? www.silicon.com - 19 Oct 05
  731. COCHRANE P 3G disappointment, www.silicon.com - 4 Nov 05
  732. COCHRANE P How many keystrokes does it take to buy coffee? www.silicon.com - 9 Nov 05
  733. COCHRANE P Hardware Hackers Are Back, www.silicon.com - 16 Nov 05
  734. COCHRANE P GPS Changes Everything, www.silicon.com - 28 Nov 05
  735. COCHRANE P RFID and Flight Security, www.silicon.com - 1 Dec 05
  736. COCHRANE P Lab On A Laptop, www.silicon.com - 8 Dec 05
  737. COCHRANE P Online Shopping Spree, www.silicon.com - 16 Dec 05

  738. COCHRANE P Heavyweight Delete, www.silicon.com - 3 Jan 06
  739. COCHRANE P Goodbye VHS, www.silicon.com - 3 Jan 06
  740. COCHRANE P Parking Fiasco, www.silicon.com - 10 Jan 06
  741. COCHRANE P Kids Today, www.silicon.com - 20 Jan 06
  742. COCHRANE P The MP3 Wars, part 2, www.silicon.com - 27 Jan 06
  743. COCHRANE P Start-up failures, www.silicon.com - 8 Feb 06
  744. COCHRANE P NDAs are worthless, www.silicon.com - 22 Feb 06
  745. COCHRANE P Jammers Not Listeners, www.silicon.com - 28 Feb 06
  746. COCHRANE P Snooping on a BlackBerry Fool, www.silicon.com - 6 Mar 06
  747. COCHRANE P Smart But Not Corporate, www.silicon.com - 17 Mar 06
  748. COCHRANE P Remember When Flying was Fun? www.silicon.com - 27 Mar 06
  749. COCHRANE P Wi-fi Activism, www.silicon.com - 29 Mar 06
  750. COCHRANE P A Crash-Free Life? www.silicon.com - 20 Apr 06
  751. COCHRANE P Travel pains, www.silicon.com - 24 Apr 06
  752. COCHRANE P Security and 'toilet paper', www.silicon.com - 28 Apr 06
  753. COCHRANE P Metrics overload, www.silicon.com - 2 May 06
  754. COCHRANE P More wireless equals more wires, www.silicon.com - 4 May 06
  755. COCHRANE P The GDP threat, www.silicon.com - 5 May 06
  756. COCHRANE P My guide to finding wi-fi, www.silicon.com - 10 May 06
  757. COCHRANE P Freedom, www.silicon.com - 15 May 06
  758. COCHRANE P Press and wai, www.silicon.com - 18 May 06
  759. COCHRANE P Education on the fly, www.silicon.com - 24 May 06
  760. COCHRANE P Telecoms - get creative, www.silicon.com - 12 Jun 06
  761. COCHRANE P Man vs machine - who's smarter? www.silicon.com - 19 Jun 06
  762. COCHRANE P Viagra for the brain, www.silicon.com - 20 Jun 06
  763. COCHRANE P Scam repeats, www.silicon.com - 22 Jun 06
  764. COCHRANE P No email, no banking, www.silicon.com - 3 Jul 06
  765. COCHRANE P Fat cat telcos are killing the net, www.silicon.com - 7 Jul 06
  766. COCHRANE P SMEs rule the world, www.silicon.com - 10 July 06
  767. COCHRANE P Good-bye Cds, www.silicon.com - 14 July 06
  768. COCHRANE P China, 23 years on, www.silicon.com - 17 July 06
  769. COCHRANE P China's a zero-sum game, www.silicon.com - 18 July 06
  770. COCHRANE P China's education in transition, www.silicon.com - 19 July 06
  771. COCHRANE P Yes, China is different, www.silicon.com - 7 Aug 06
  772. COCHRANE P School's out - so watch out, www.silicon.com - 21 Aug 06
  773. COCHRANE P Flight frustrations, www.silicon.com - 22 Aug 06
  774. COCHRANE P Searching for wi-fi in Norwich, www.silicon.com - 30 Aug 06
  775. COCHRANE P Laptop Error, www.silicon.com - 4 Sept 06
  776. COCHRANE P A 4G future, www.silicon.com - 5 Sept 06
  777. COCHRANE P High-speed Korea, www.silicon.com - 6 Sept 06
  778. COCHRANE P No more copper - fibre rules, www.silicon.com - 7 Sept 06
  779. COCHRANE P Airport security frustrations, www.silicon.com - 14 Sept 06
  780. COCHRANE P Net Neutrality or Suicide? Volume 96, Number 10, Proceedings of the IEEE, Oct 06
  781. COCHRANE P Poking CIOs with a stick, www.silicon.com - 2 Oct 06
  782. COCHRANE P Finding wi-fi in the unlikeliest of places, www.silicon.com - 12 Oct 06
  783. COCHRANE P What are the risks? www.silicon.com - 16 Oct 06
  784. COCHRANE P Conference freebies, www.silicon.com - 27 Oct 06
  785. COCHRANE P Digital divide? What digital divide? www.silicon.com - 14 Nov 06
  786. COCHRANE P Is there nothing new in IT? www.silicon.com - 20 Nov 06
  787. COCHRANE P My productivity has peaked, www.silicon.com - 27 Nov 06
  788. COCHRANE P A crack in the wi-fi stupidity dam?,www.silicon.com - 05 Dec 06
  789. COCHRANE P Communications - the next decade, published by Ofcom. Written Ed Richards, Robin Foster, Tom Kiedrowski with contribution from Peter Cochrane - 13 Dec 06
  790. COCHRANE P A piglet, a sausage and a grinder, www.silicon.com 13 Dec 2006
  791. COCHRANE P My Christmas wish list, www.silicon.com - 20 Dec 06

  792. COCHRANE P Getting lost with GPS, www.silicon.com - 2 Jan 07 07
  793. COCHRANE P Wi-fi really is everywhere, www.silicon.com - 10 Jan 07
  794. COCHRANE P Recycling is rubbish, www.silicon.com - 23 Jan 07
  795. COCHRANE P Report from spam hell, www.silicon.com - 19 Jan 07
  796. COCHRANE P Banking Fraud - we need the will to stop it, Financial Times Digital Business, page 2 - 14 March 2007
  797. COCHRANE P Close encounters of the mobile kind, www.silicon.com - 27 Feb 07
  798. COCHRANE P Qubits Rule? www.silicon.com, - 1 Mar 07
  799. COCHRANE P No locks? www.silicon.com - 15 Mar 07
  800. COCHRANE P On cutting online fraud - Talking point letter on cutting online fraud, Computing co.uk - 22 March 07
  801. COCHRANE P VoIP reality check, www.silicon.com - 26 Mar 07
  802. COCHRANE P Where are all the young professionals? www.silicon.com - 29 Mar 07
  803. COCHRANE P Security twitch, www.silicon.com - 11 Apr 07
  804. COCHRANE P Heathrow's iris scan failure, www.silicon.com - 18 Apr 07
  805. COCHRANE P Is web 2.0 doomed to fail? www.silicon.com - 23 Apr 07
  806. COCHRANE P My changing TV habits, www.silicon.com - 30 Apr 07
  807. COCHRANE P NGNs - real or imaginary? www.silicon.com, 2 May 07
  808. COCHRANE P The power of the analogy - or not, www.silicon.com - 9 May 2007
  809. COCHRANE P Personal View, China's reverse brain-drain, Financial Times - 9 May 07
  810. COCHRANE P When will the net become intelligent? www.silicon.com - 22 May 07
  811. COCHRANE P Toilet talk, www.silicon.com - 24 May 07
  812. COCHRANE P Wi-fi radiation scare,www.silicon.com - 29 May 07
  813. COCHRANE P How we'll beat road pricing, www.silicon.com - 12 June 07
  814. COCHRANE P Are we destined to repeat history? www.silicon.com - 13 June 07
  815. COCHRANE P Can I find you? www.silicon.com 21 June 07
  816. COCHRANE P Digital Identity Management: Technological Business and Social Implications, forward - 9 July 07
  817. COCHRANE P Moving office, www.silicon.com - 11 July 07
  818. COCHRANE P How I boosted my mobile signal, www.silicon.com - 18 July 07
  819. COCHRANE P Know-nothing managers, www.silicon.com - 20 August 07
  820. COCHRANE P Damn metrics, www.silicon.com - 28 August 07
  821. COCHRANE P Media wars, www.silicon.com - 31 August 07
  822. COCHRANE P Don't mess with mobile users, www.silicon.com - 7 September 07
  823. COCHRANE P Social networks, www.silicon.com - 18 September 07
  824. COCHRANE P Unfair fallout, www.silicon.com - 20 September 07
  825. COCHRANE P No risk, no progress www.silicon.com - 3 October 07
  826. COCHRANE P Animated statistics www.silicon.com - 12 October 07
  827. COCHRANE P The last CD www.silicon.com - 25 October 07
  828. COCHRANE P Generation X www.silicon.com - 29 October 07
  829. COCHRANE P Blind security www.silicon.com - 12 November 07
  830. COCHRANE P Changing tech values www.silicon.com - 22 November 07
  831. COCHRANE P Net education www.silicon.com - 6 December 07
  832. COCHRANE P Wireless jammers galore www.silicon.com - 12 December 07
  833. COCHRANE P Christmas wish list www.silicon.com - 20 December 07

  834. COCHRANE P Resolution for 2008 www.silicon.com - 3 January 08
  835. COCHRANE P Aerial bombardment www.silicon.com - 7 January 08
  836. COCHRANE P Trying to explain www.silicon.com - 14 January 08
  837. COCHRANE P Getting thinner fast www.silicon.com - 28 January 08
  838. COCHRANE P Mobile users break free www.silicon.com - 5 February 08
  839. COCHRANE P Locked in at the bank www.silicon.com - 7 February 08
  840. COCHRANE P Tech history repeats itself www.silicon.com - 25 February 08
  841. COCHRANE P Protestors clueless on wireless health risks www.silicon.com - 4 March 08
  842. COCHRANE P DVD format wars www.silicon.com - 17 March 2008
  843. COCHRANE P The one-box generation www.silicon.com - 26 March 2008
  844. COCHRANE P Searching for the truth www.silicon.com - 31 March 08
  845. COCHRANE P Eating your own dog food www.silicon.com- 14 April 08
  846. COCHRANE P Instant delays www.silicon.com- 16 April 08
  847. COCHRANE P Airport insecurity www.silicon.com - 29 April 08
  848. COCHRANE P A petabyte before I die... www.silicon.com - 14 May 08
  849. COCHRANE P Energy shortages loom www.silicon.com - 16 May 08
  850. COCHRANE P Warped perceptions www.silicon.com - 28 May 08
  851. COCHRANE P Healthy mobility www.silicon.com - 10 June 08
  852. COCHRANE P Wireless jelly www.silicon.com - 13 June 08
  853. COCHRANE P Security scare www.silicon.com - 18 June 08
  854. COCHRANE P Power outrage www.silicon.com - 30 June 08
  855. COCHRANE P Digital Wireless - Regulation and Control Free? Point of View, Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol 96, No. 7 - July 08
  856. COCHRANE P Is convergence a fiction? www.silicon.com - 2 July 08
  857. COCHRANE P Quality by design www.silicon.com - 9 July 08
  858. COCHRANE P Out of range? www.silicon.com - 15 July 08
  859. COCHRANE P Autosync, at last www.silicon.com - 22 July 08
  860. COCHRANE P New niche for 3G? www.silicon.com - 5 August 08
  861. COCHRANE P Bordering on stupidity www.silicon.com - 21 August 08
  862. COCHRANE P Science friction www.silicon.com - 28 August 08
  863. COCHRANE P Broadband in the UK: the Bigger Picture Ingenia, Issue 36 - September 2009
  864. COCHRANE P Why your broadband's so slow www.silicon.com 3 September 08
  865. COCHRANE P Upgrades for mindsets rather than machines, Computing.co.uk - 4 September 08
  866. COCHRANE P Social networking power www.silicon.com - 22 September 08
  867. COCHRANE P Government gaffe www.silicon.com 25 September 08
  868. COCHRANE P Screen time www.silicon.com - 29 September 08
  869. COCHRANE P Hearing Morse Code? www.silicon.com 14 October 08
  870. COCHRANE P How tech can solve the banking crisis www.silicon.com - 20 October 08
  871. COCHRANE P Tech to the rescue www.silicon.com - 29 October 08
  872. COCHRANE P Synthetic people www.silicon.com - 11 November 08
  873. COCHRANE P Wave of innovation www.silicon.com 18 November 08
  874. COCHRANE P Presentation SNAFUs www.silicon.com - 25 November 08
  875. COCHRANE P How to delete sensitive data data www.silicon.com - 15 December 08
  876. COCHRANE P New password theory www.silicon.com - 22 December 2008

  877. COCHRANE P New Year wishes www.silicon.com - 5 January 2009
  878. COCHRANE P Imprudent exposure www.silicon.com - 13 January 2009
  879. COCHRANE P Why DRM is dead www.silicon.com - 27 January 2009
  880. COCHRANE P Voice and Data Services, ComputerWeekly.com - 2 February 2009
  881. COCHRANE P There is no magic tech www.silicon.com - 16 February 2009
  882. COCHRANE P Digital Britain? Not quite www.silicon.com - 19 February 2009
  883. COCHRANE P Experimenting, Milestone Group Quarterly Q12009 - 20 February 2009
  884. COCHRANE P Face-off with a hotel TV www.silicon.com - 23 February 2009
  885. COCHRANE P Want to beat the economy? www.silicon.com - 27 February 2009
  886. COCHRANE P Beware the new phishers www.silicon.com - 1 March 2009
  887. COCHRANE P RIP Newspapers www.silicon.com - 23 March 2009
  888. COCHRANE P Set your content free www.silicon.com - 30 March 2009
  889. COCHRANE P The cloud cometh www.silicon.com - 2 April 2009
  890. COCHRANE P Ask the Experts: Should I embrace the cloud? Silicon.com - 4 April 2009
  891. COCHRANE P Uncommon mode failure www.silicon.com - 29 April 2009
  892. COCHRANE P Become a bandwidth scavenger www.silicon.com - 6 May 2009
  893. COCHRANE P Squeeze more speed out of your broadband www.silicon.com - 20 May 2009
  894. COCHRANE P Why are we so wasteful www.silicon.com - 28 May 2009
  895. COCHRANE P The Promise of Collaborative Technologies smartenterpriseexchange.com - June 2009
  896. COCHRANE P We have plenty of radio spectrum www.silicon.com - 9 June 2009
  897. COCHRANE P Baker's dozen - a lesson for broadband www.silicon.com 11 June 2009
  898. COCHRANE P Ask the Experts submission: Business intelligence (BI) www.silicon.com - 23 June 09
  899. COCHRANE P Iran, tweets and e-democracy www.silicon.com - 29 June 09
  900. COCHRANE P Coping with life in the broadband slow lane www.ft.com - 8 July 09
  901. COCHRANE P Tales of all-in-one woe www.silicon.com - 13 July 09
  902. COCHRANE P Open info for all? www.silicon.com - 20 July 09
  903. COCHRANE P Three clicks away from eight million people www.silicon.com - 23 July 09
  904. COCHRANE P Singapore's fibre paradox www.silicon.com - 30 July 09
  905. COCHRANE P Who accepts my social networking invites? www.silicon.com - 5 August 09
  906. COCHRANE P Digital TV too annoying to watch? www.silicon.com - 11 August 09
  907. COCHRANE P Can tech end bloody wars? www.silicon.com - 28 August 09
  908. COCHRANE P Software short and sweet www.silicon.com - 7 Sept 09
  909. COCHRANE P 3G Reality bytes www.silicon.com - 14 Sept 09
  910. COCHRANE P The turntable spins on www.silicon.com - 24 Sept 09
  911. COCHRANE P Linking up with Barack Obama www.silicon.com - 5 Oct 09
  912. COCHRANE P What is intelligence? www.silicon.com - 8 Oct 09
  913. COCHRANE P United breaks guitars? www.silicon.com - 14 Oct 09
  914. COCHRANE P Uneconomics www.silicon.com - 29 Oct 09
  915. COCHRANE P Facebook saves teen www.silicon.com - 16 Nov .09
  916. COCHRANE P How the telcos could save themselves www.silicon.com - 23 Nov 09
  917. COCHRANE P Can I become faster and smarter? www.silicon.com - 30 Nov 09
  918. COCHRANE P Whitehall piracy plans www.silicon.com - 11 Dec 09
  919. COCHRANE P Climate Change - Science or Belief? - 15 Dec 09
  920. COCHRANE P Telcos Must Transform Their Business to stop slide in profits, Computer Weekely, 22 Dec 09
  921. COCHRANE P Lessons from the Eurostar Channel Tunnel fiasco www.silicon.com - 22 Dec 09

  922. COCHRANE P Creativity stunted by network slowdowns www.silicon.com - 4 Jan 10
  923. COCHRANE P Newspapers have 10 years left www.silicon.com - 11 Jan 10
  924. COCHRANE P New media beats old when it comes to the weather www.silicon.com - 14 Jan 10
  925. COCHRANE P Is technology really so bad for us? www.silicon.com - 19 Jan 10
  926. COCHRANE P Apple's iPad - I'm buying one www.silicon.com - 3 Feb 10
  927. COCHRANE P Google broadband to eat telcos' lunch? www.silicon.com - 15 Feb 10
  928. COCHRANE P Why do we still secure wi-fi networks? www.silicon.com - 18 Feb 10
  929. COCHRANE P All mobiles will be free in five years www.silicon.com - 1 Mar 10
  930. COCHRANE P An industrial revolution... in your kitchen www.silicon.com - 11 Mar 10
  931. COCHRANE P If I had to start again.... www.silicon.com - 18 Mar 10
  932. COCHRANE P Boxy laptops, mobiles, cameras - be gone www.silicon.com - 24 Mar 10
  933. COCHRANE P Security trap shows people are weakest link www.silicon.com - 30 Mar 10
  934. COCHRANE P How technology is putting us out of control www.silicon.com - 8 April 10
  935. COCHRANE P Getting rid of the platters that don't matter www.silicon.com - 13 April 10
  936. COCHRANE P Protecting your bits in the clouds www.silicon.com - 19 April 10
  937. COCHRANE P Too late Debill - P2P is already engrained in society www.silicon.com - 26 April 10
  938. COCHRANE P Time to stamp out costly typos www.silicon.com - 12 May 10
  939. COCHRANE P A rock and a tardy place www.360itevent.com - 14 May 10
  940. COCHRANE P The hidden security threat in your office - printers www.silicon.com - 18 May 10
  941. COCHRANE P Broadband speeds fail to measure up www.silicon.com - 10 June 10
  942. COCHRANE P Dumb networks are about to get smarter www.silicon.com - 16 June 10
  943. COCHRANE P Three cheers for Android on iPhones www.silicon.com - 23 June 10
  944. COCHRANE P Our sinister silicon insiders 360°IT - 25 June 201
  945. COCHRANE P Outdated formats are depriving us of precious data www.silicon.com - 30 June 10
  946. COCHRANE P Why do people care about bandwidth www.silicon.com - 6 July 10
  947. COCHRANE P Beyond Seeing is Believing BCS EVA Conference www.eva-conferences.com/eva_london/2010_home - 5 July 10
  948. COCHRANE P Why do people care about bandwidth? www.silicon.com 6 Jul 10
  949. COCHRANE P Artificial intelligence: will we be aware when we've made a breakthrough? Computing, 08 Jul 10
  950. COCHRANE P Paralysed by constant restructuring www.silicon.com 14 Jul 10
  951. COCHRANE P The big mobile phone signal fail www.silicon.com 21 Jul 10
  952. COCHRANE P Experts - just how wrong can they be? www.silicon.com 29 Jul 10
  953. COCHRANE P Is this the final chapter for books? www.silicon.com 9 Aug 10
  954. COCHRANE P The truth about hacking www.silicon.com 17 Aug 10
  955. COCHRANE P Making a call on a mobile? Surely not www.telegraph.co.uk - 12 Aug 10
  956. COCHRANE P Rigid education fails to make the grade www.silicon.com 24 Aug 10
  957. COCHRANE P Managers are blind to dazzling ideas www.silicon.com 31 Aug 10
  958. COCHRANE P Farewell email, hello social networking www.silicon.com 6 Sept 10
  959. COCHRANE P A Measure of Machine Intelligence, Beyond seeing is believing www.ieeexplore.ieee.org - 10 Sept 10
  960. COCHRANE P Say cheese - your picture's on file for good www.silicon.com 15 Sept 10
  961. COCHRANE P Lost in translation? www.silicon.com 22 Sept 10
  962. COCHRANE P Taxing Digital Britain into the slow lane? www.computing.co.uk 5 Oct 10
  963. COCHRANE P Why We Need Fiber: Why Do People Care About Bandwidth? Broadband Properties Magazine Sept 10
  964. COCHRANE P China hogs the screen www.silicon.com 28 Sept 10
  965. COCHRANE P Curtain rises on tech's next big movie role www.silicon.com 4 Oct 10
  966. COCHRANE P Can a people's revolt end this digital tyranny? www.silicon.com 11 Oct 10
  967. COCHRANE P Is spam dead meat? www.silicon.com 17 Oct 10
  968. COCHRANE P Text summarisation in brief www.silicon.com 15 Nov 10
  969. COCHRANE P The true power of social networking www.silicon.com 22 Nov 10
  970. COCHRANE P Ignorance is spawning a climate of tech fear www.silicon.com 29 Nov 10
  971. COCHRANE P Problems with partial solutions in contact centres, Journal of Customer & Contact Centre Management, Vol 1, No 1, 30 Nov 2010
  972. COCHRANE P The great power-up turnoff www.silicon.com 7 Dec 10
  973. COCHRANE P Inside a giant wi-fi antenna www.silicon.com 14 Dec 10

  974. COCHRANE P Welcome to the world of amorphous computing www.silicon.com 11 Jan 11
  975. COCHRANE P Seeing red over going green www.silicon.com 17 Jan 11
  976. COCHRANE P Phishing tackled www.silicon.com 25 Jan 11
  977. COCHRANE P Egypts internet block backfires www.silicon.com 4 Feb 11
  978. COCHRANE P Dodging denial of service www.silicon.com 7 Feb 11
  979. COCHRANE P Near-field tech edges closer www.silicon.com 3 Mar 11
  980. COCHRANE P Our bungling telecom leaders www.silicon.com 10 Mar 11
  981. COCHRANE P Dropped smartphones and laptops www.silicon.com 17 Ma 11
  982. COCHRANE P Elementary my dear Watson www.silicon.com 22 Mar 11
  983. COCHRANE P How to visualise radio signals www.silicon.com 28 Mar 11
  984. COCHRANE P ET - is there anyone out there? www.silicon.com 31 Mar 11
  985. COCHRANE P Phone industry doesn't get it www.silicon.com 7 April 11
  986. COCHRANE P How the Cloud brings improved security Business Cloud News, 11 Apr 2011
  987. COCHRANE P Why the cloud will become ‘the norm’ within 10 years, Business Cloud News, 27th March 2011
  988. COCHRANE P A Measure of Machine Intelligence, The ITP Journal, Vol 5/1, Jan - March 2011, pp26 - 32
  989. COCHRANE P Why the cloud will become ‘the norm’ within 10 years, Business Cloud News, 27th March 2011
  990. COCHRANE P Time libraries were shelved? www.silicon.com, 18 April 11
  991. COCHRANE P Why Al fails to outsmart us www.silicon.com, 5 May 11
  992. COCHRANE P Explode those nuclear myths www.silicon.com, 9 May 11
  993. COCHRANE P Cloudy insider threat confounded Business Cloud News, 16 May 2011
  994. COCHRANE P Our digital slime trails www.silicon.com, 17 May 11
  995. COCHRANE P The Demise of IT Departments, Financial Director Mag June 2011 
  996. COCHRANE P Apple and Google brewing up a cloud storm for hackers, www.Silicon.com, 4 July 2011
  997. COCHRANE P Shafted by a USB stick, www.silicon.com, 11 July 2011
  998. COCHRANE P How much time are you wasting on online time-wasters?, www.silicon.com, 18 July 2011
  999. COCHRANE P What my mobile knows, www.silicon.com, 25 July 2011
  1000. COCHRANE P Confounded by Complexity, Digit Magazine, July 2011, p36
  1001. COCHRANE P Cloudy Insider Threat Confounded, Financial Director Mag July 2011
  1002. COCHRANE P What's the next component to be optimised? Us, www.silicon.com, 2nd Aug 2011
  1003. COCHRANE P Educational priesthood's credo is killing innovation Us, www.silicon.com, 8th Aug 2011
  1004. COCHRANE P Will robots make our smartphones smarter?, www.silicon.com, 17th Aug 2011
  1005. COCHRANE P The obsession that's throttling business, www.silicon.com, 23rd Aug 2011
  1006. COCHRANE P The Biggest Tac Challenge Ever , Financial Director Mag June 2011 
  1007. COCHRANE P When will the wheels come of the silicon chip cycle, www.silicon.com, 1st Sept 2011 
  1008. COCHRANE P Where is HAL 9000?, comment.rsablogs.org.uk, 1st September 2011
  1009. COCHRANE P IT security: still a tangible issue?, www.businesscloudnews.com, 5th Sept 2011 
  1010. COCHRANE P Raise the spam shields, Scotty, http://www.silicon.com, 6th Sept 2011
  1011. COCHRANE P Raise money from the web? It's a problem that's taxing the politicos, www.silicon.com, 13th Sept 2011
  1012. COCHRANE P So you think you've got security nailed down?, www.silicon.com, 20th Sept 2011 
  1013. COCHRANE P Smartphones, wi-fi, TV - we're swimming in a sea of radiation, www.silicon.com, 28th Sept 2011 
  1014. COCHRANE P The Mobile Game Changer, Financial Director Mag Sept 2011
  1015. COCHRANE P The World according to Facebook and Twitter!, www.silicon.com, 11th Oct 2011
  1016. COCHRANE P High-speed trading? It's just a dangerous sham, www.silicon.com, 14th Oct 2011 
  1017. COCHRANE P The iPad and iPhone revolutions presage a deeper turmoil, www.silicon.com, 19th Oct 2011
  1018. COCHRANE P Kipper ties, flares, big hair - tech takes education back to the future, www.silicon.com, 25th Oct 2011 
  1019. COCHRANE P Forecasting Beyond iPad & iPhone, www.innovationexcellence.com, 26 Oct 2011 
  1020. COCHRANE P Don’t Blindly Optimize Companies Mag Oct 2011 
  1021. COCHRANE P Poor wi-fi? Cook up a better signal with a baking tray, www.silicon.com, 1st Nov 2011 
  1022. COCHRANE P Digital divide? Why it doesn't add up to a big problem, www.silicon.com, 8th Nov 2011 
  1023. COCHRANE P A really bad technology day. www.silicon.com, 15th Nov 2011 
  1024. COCHRANE P Why I'm trying to take to the cloud, www.silicon.com, 24th Nov2011 
  1025. COCHRANE P The Next Industrial Revolution, www.innovationexcellence.com, 3 Dec 2011 
  1026. COCHRANE P What entrepreneur ever took a degree in entrepreneurship?, www.silicon.com, 7th Dec2011 
  1027. COCHRANE P What Entrepreneur Ever Got a Degree in Entrepreneurship, www.innovationexcellence.com, 12 Dec11 
  1028. COCHRANE P How can firms manage with so many bosses?, www.silicon.com, 13th Dec 2011 
  1029. COCHRANE P More Management Equals Less Output, www.innovationexcellence.com, 15 Dec 2011 
  1030. COCHRANE P My IT Wish List, Financial Director Mag Dec 2011 

  1031. COCHRANE P It's the end of the line for the printed word, www.silicon.com, 3rd Jan 2012 
  1032. COCHRANE P Social media's future? Why the prophets have got it all wrong, www.innovationexcellence.com 16th Jan 2012 
  1033. COCHRANE P Tech growth and decline - why people just can't do the maths, www.silicon.com, 18th Jan 2012  
  1034. COCHRANE P Data protection - Who's sticking to the letter of the law?, www.silicon.com, 20th January 2012  
  1035. COCHRANE P Computer forensics - Why you're not so hard to track down, www.silicon.com, 24th Jan 2012 
  1036. COCHRANE P I need help Mr Watson, Financial Director Mag June 2011 
  1037. COCHRANE P Innovation just isn't what it used to be -It's actually better - as long as the young and capable are engaged in the process..., www.silicon.com, 3rd Feb 2012
  1038. COCHRANE P Our attitudes to data privacy are nothing to shout about Why have people become so indiscreet about communicating?, www.silicon.com 10th Feb 2012
  1039. COCHRANE P Time to thrash out a new deal on contract negotiations, www.silicon.com 20th Feb 2012 
  1040. COCHRANE P Smartphones and tablets are the new cool but here’s why it can’t last, www.www.techrepublic.com.com 28th Feb 2012 
  1041. COCHRANE P Convergence, Financial Director Mag Feb 2012
  1042. COCHRANE P Google’s privacy policy? Why the EU should just back off, www.www.techrepublic.com.com, 7th March 2012 1043. 
  1043. COCHRANE P ‘Cell phones kill bees’ stories create buzz but the internet pays the price, www.techrepublic.com.com, 13th March 2012 
  1044. COCHRANE P Paper vs digital: Why you can’t flog a dead encyclopaedia, www.techrepublic.com.com, 23th March 2012
  1045. COCHRANE P Mobile working? So where on earth is wi-fi 
  1046. COCHRANE P Future Education and Training, Financial Director Mag June 2012 heaven?, www.techrepublic.com.com, 13th April 2012 
  1047. COCHRANE P Tech mind control? It's not what you might think, www.techrepublic.com.com, 17th April 2012 
  1048. COCHRANE P My laptop is so dumb - why can't technology give me something smarter?, www.www.techrepublic.com.com, 23th April 2012
  1049. COCHRANE P Blinkered business created this mess: Don't expect tech to dig us out, www.techrepublic.com.com, 30 April 2012 
  1050. COCHRANE P More Management Less Output, Financial Director Mag April 2012
  1051. COCHRANE P Virtual hacks: How the dark side is morphing, www.techrepublic.com.com, 14 May 2012
  1052. COCHRANE P Walls Have Eyes and Ears , Financial Director Mag May 2011
  1053. COCHRANE P Hardware implants: How tech could really get under your skin, www.techrepublic.com.com, 12 June 2012 
  1054. COCHRANE P Fail Tale: The collapse of ConceptLabs, Wired.co.uk 25 June 2012 
  1055. COCHRANE P 100 Years in The Past and 100 Years in The Future Proc IEEE, Vol 100, May 13, 2012, pp 1278- 1284 
  1056. COCHRANE P Tech manufacturing: A disaster waiting to happen, www.techrepublic.com.com, 18nd June 2012 
  1057. COCHRANE P Gesture recognition: Wave if you think it’s the future, www.techrepublic.com.com, 22nd June 2012
  1058. COCHRANE P No Vision and No Plan, Financial Director Mag June 2012
  1059. COCHRANE P Printing Genuine Fakes, www.techrepublic.com.com, 2 July 2012
  1060. COCHRANE P Clear Sighted Transparency (Transparent Optical Networks) Invited Keynote: 14th ICTON IEEE Conference, Warwick University July 2012
  1061. COCHRANE P Bandwidth problems? DIY fibre could dig you out of a hole, tech republic.com 5 July 2012
  1062. COCHRANE P Cloud security: Why the future’s bright - but not if you’re on the dark side, tech republic.com 12 July 2012  
  1063. COCHRANE P My sad experience - but tech stepped up to the mark, www.techrepublic.com.com 20 July 2012 
  1064. COCHRANE P IPV6 Day, Financial Director Mag June 2011 
  1065. COCHRANE P Computers are no Dickens but the writing's on the wall for human authors, tech republic.com 3 Aug 2012 
  1066. COCHRANE P 2012 Olympics and tech: What will remain once the cheering stops? tech republic.com 6 Aug 2012  
  1067. COCHRANE P Could 3D printing spell the end of our throw-away culture? www.techrepublic.com.com 8 Aug, 2012 
  1068. COCHRANE P Guns and 3D printing? A dud but the message still hits home www.techrepublic.com.com 16 Aug 2012 
  1069. COCHRANE P How coffee, traffic jams and hotel pools can crash networks www.techrepublic.com.com 24 Aug 2012 
  1070. COCHRANE P The golden rules of IT projects: Ignore them at your peril www.techrepublic.com.com 13 Sept 2012 
  1071. COCHRANE P Wireless bands are old tech: For mobile’s sake let’s abandon them www.techrepublic.com 25 Sept 2012
  1072. COCHRANE P Doing an RBS, Financial Director Mag Sept 2012 
  1073. COCHRANE P Internet Freedom, www.techrepublic.com.com 2 Oct 2012 
  1074. COCHRANE P Short Termism and Stupidity, www.techrepublic.com 4 Oct 2012 
  1075. COCHRANE P Keystrokes to Power SmartPhones, www.techrepublic.com 20 Oct 2012
  1076. COCHRANE P Moore's Law: About to fail ? www.techrepublic.com 20 Oct 2012
  1077. COCHRANE P Is It Getting Harder to Keep Up, www.techrepublic.com 24 Oct 2012
  1078. COCHRANE P Where are My Bits, Financial Director 25 Oct 2013
  1079. COCHRANE P Big Data Bonanza, www.techrepublic.com 13 Nov 2012
  1080. COCHRANE P Linkedin Endorsement, www.techrepublic.com 21 Nov 2012
  1081. COCHRANE P The business of Butterfly Wings, The Economist, 28 Nov 2012
  1082. COCHRANE P Mobile Data in The Cloud - Not for Me! www.techrepublic.com 14 Nov 2012
  1083. COCHRANE P LinkedIn Endorsements, www.techrepublic.com 23 Nov 2012
  1084. COCHRANE P Butterfly Wings, The Economist, 28 Nov 2012
  1085. COCHRANE P Soviet Era Thinking and Technology, www.techrepublic.com 7 Dec 2012

  1086. COCHRANE P Nerves of Glass - AI, www.techrepublic.com 15 Jan 2013
  1087. COCHRANE P Ten Business Trends for 2013, www.techrepublic.com 16 Jan 2013
  1088. COCHRANE P A New war Front on Spam www.techrepublic.com 21 Jan 2013
  1089. COCHRANE P The strange Attractors Take Over, Journal of Digital & Social Media Marketing, Jan 2013
  1090. COCHRANE P No Broadband No Future, TechCity News, 28 Jan 2013
  1091. COCHRANE P Internet Must Be Borderless, Financial Director 30 Jan 2013
  1092. COCHRANE P Soup to Nuts Marketing, Columbian Retail magazine
  1093. COCHRANE P Mobile Game Changer, Columbian Retail magazine
  1094. COCHRANE P The Rise of Killer Complexity, Formicio Insights Jan 2013
  1095. COCHRANE P The Internet Must Remain Borderless, Financial Director 30 Jan 2013
  1096. COCHRANE P Back To The Future, NexstDigital.com Feb 2013
  1097. COCHRANE P Working from where? Making mobility real, Financial Director 22 Mar 2013
  1098. COCHRANE P Super Secure Clouds, Computing Magazine, 23 Mar 2013
  1099. COCHRANE P FTTH The Only Solution, Prysmian Group Magazine on world cable communication March 2013
  1100. COCHRANE P The Demise of IT Depts, Computing Magazine, 6 April 2013
  1101. COCHRANE P Has enterprise resource planning had its day ? Computing, 18 April 2013
  1102. COCHRANE P IT Interfaces heading to a Star Trek Future, Financial Director Mar 2013
  1103. COCHRANE P 4G Merely a kick starter, Telegraph.co.uk 19 April 2013
  1104. COCHRANE P Let's banish cards and cash and embrace digital wallets, Wired Magazine, 25 April 2013
  1105. COCHRANE P FTTN A Huge Mistake, Delimeter.Com, 30 April 2013
  1106. COCHRANE P Enterprise Planning or Chaos, Computing Mag, 10 May 2013
  1107. COCHRANE P The Cloud Will be The Norm in 10 Years, NewWeekly, 23 May 2013
  1108. COCHRANE P Beyond 3D Printed Guns, TechRepublic 10 June 2013
  1109. COCHRANE P Could AI be the next step in search engines ? Telegraph.co.uk 20 June 2013
  1110. COCHRANE P Windows XP Bites The Dust, Financial Director 20 June 2013
  1111. COCHRANE P Connectedness and Intelligence, Formicio Insights 28 June 2013
  1112. COCHRANE P Future smartphones may bend us to their will, Telegraph.co.uk 20 June 2013
  1113. COCHRANE P Driverless cars and the highway to the clouds Telegraph.co.uk 19 July 2013
  1114. COCHRANE P Drop in Center Insecurity, Financial Director Aug 2013
  1115. COCHRANE P Will Laser Eye Displays Outshine Goggle Glasses ?Telegraph.co.uk 16 Aug 2013
  1116. COCHRANE P Science Fiction or Reality, Places and Faces Sept 2013
  1117. COCHRANE P Cloud Strife Financial Director 1 Sept 2013
  1118. COCHRANE P Moving Target, Financial Director 27 Sept 2013
  1119. COCHRANE P Tax - A Moving Target, Financial Director 27 Sept 2013
  1120. COCHRANE P Think about the IT minefield when you want M&A, Financial Director 27 Sept 2013
  1121. COCHRANE P & COREY W  Marketers Need to Start Capturing Meta Data and Big Data, Marketing Blog 13 Oct 2013
  1122. COCHRANE P Kids have mastered real-time resource allocation. Have you ? Financial Director 30 Oct 2013
  1123. COCHRANE P Marketers Need to Start Capturing Meta Data and Big Data, Financial Director 30 Oct 2013
  1124. COCHRANE P Cybercrime, Security, and the Risks of the Future, Wired Magazine Innovation Insights, 4 Dec 2013
  1125. COCHRANE P Top Tech Trends That Will Change 2014, Huffington Post, 31 Dec 2013
  1126. COCHRANE P Investing in Technology Should ba at The Heart of Business, Financial Director Mag, Jan 2014
  1127. COCHRANE P One Future for Radio, RSGB RadCom Mag Jan & Feb 2014
  1128. COCHRANE P Who Watches the Watchers ? Wired Innovation Insights, 25 Feb 2014
  1129. COCHRANE P Predictive selling to become part and parcel of commerce, Financial Director, 4 Feb 2014
  1130. COCHRANE P Working From Where, Making Mobility Real, Financial Director Mag, Mar 2014
  1131. COCHRANE P Moving To VOIP Can Be Filled With Glitches, Financial Director Mag, Mar 2014
  1132. COCHRANE P Security, Privacy and Freedom - Let's Tell the Enemy Everything , Huffington Post, 9 April 2014
  1133. COCHRANE P Social media marketing can get lost in translation, Financial Director, 28 April 2014
  1134. COCHRANE P Let patients look after their own medical records,digitally! Wired Magazine, 20 May 2014
  1135. COCHRANE P Old Technologies Struggle To Meet New Demands, Financial Director Mag, Jun 2014
  1136. COCHRANE P Dynamic Clouds of People and Things, ICTON 2014 Graz Proceedings, July 2014
  1137. COCHRANE P Automation has made certain professions an endangered species, Financial Director Mag, Sep 2014
  1138. COCHRANE P The Infinite Security of Clouds, Networks 2014 Sept Maderiav
  1139. COCHRANE P The Cloud Will Amplify Artificial Intelligence, FedCSIS, Sept 2014, Kraków, Poland
  1140. COCHRANE P and BANK G Pre-Microphone Acoustic Filters With Gain IoA Repro Sound Conf, Birmingham, Oct 2014
  1141. COCHRANE P Ignoring an increasingly complex world is not an option, Financial Director Magazine 24 October 2014
  1142. COCHRANE P An Infinity of Clouds, ITP Journal, v8/2, pp 33-41, June 2014
  1143. COCHRANE P A Wireless Future of: No Bands, Channels, Controls, ITP Journal, v8/3, pp 23-30, October 2014
  1144. COCHRANE P A clear and tangled vision to benefit from the cloud, Financial Director Magazine, 4 August 2014
  1145. COCHRANE P Computers and the internet surpass inventions of the past, Financial Director Magazine, 26 Nov 2014
  1146. COCHRANE P Exponential Technology and The Singularity, Ubiquity Symposium The Tech Singularity pp 1 - 9, Nov 2014

  1147. COCHRANE P Telecoms and Exponential Growth, ITP Journal, v8/4, pp 18-24, Dec 2014
  1148. COCHRANE P Jobs for the bots, Financial Director 24 Jan 2015
  1149. COCHRANE P Boardrooms must adapt to new technologies or risk monolithic failure, Financial Director 24 Feb 2015
  1150. COCHRANE P and MOSCHELLA D Networks Without Infrastructure CSC LEF Forum Blog 1 March 2015
  1151. COCHRANE P Networks without Infrastructure, CSC Leading Edge Forum 1 March 2015
  1152. COCHRANE P Ownership theft will eclipse identity theft epidemics, Financial Director 27 April 2015
  1153. COCHRANE P AI requires ethical programming, Financial Director 16 June 2015
  1154. COCHRANE P We cannot afford to be limited by failing networks, The Independent p.51 24 Aug 2015
  1155. COCHRANE P Testing times for IT means paying for hackers to go on a bug hunt, Financial Director 13 Aug 2015
  1156. COCHRANE P Does wearable tech have a finance future? Financial Director Mag 18 Sept 2015
  1157. COCHRANE P I read my last book, The ITP Journal, Oct 2015, p43
  1158. COCHRANE P Securing the inseparable, Financial Director 19 Oct 2015
  1159. COCHRANE P All I want for Christmas is a 'Please Fix IT list', Financial Director 08 Dec 2015

  1160. COCHRANE P Power shortages coming your way, Financial Director 06 Jan 2016 
  1161. COCHRANE P Death of the PC, Financial Director 22 Feb 2016
  1162. COCHRANE P  Becoming paperless is achievable, Financial Director 26 March 2016
  1163. COCHRANE P Intertwining of Rail and Telco, AmadeusNet  19  April 2016
  1164. COCHRANE P The IoT: is it the real thing ? Financial Director 5 May 2016
  1165. COCHRANE P New Zealand reaps fibre benefits as copper-choked UK risks digital exclusion Peter Cochrane, Computer Weekly, 24 May 2016
  1166. COCHRANE P Financial control or creativity ? Financial Director 12 June 2016
  1167. COCHRANE P 5G - not such a big deal after all? Computing 29 July 2016
  1168. COCHRANE P The industry needs auto-immunity for a secure IoT Computing 16 Aug 2016
  1169. COCHRANE P Networked AI in cloud and IoT already exceeds human ability, Computing 5 September 2016
  1170. COCHRANE P DIY HealthCare: The case for tech-enabled personal responsibility Computing 26 Sept 2016
  1171. COCHRANE P Cyber Security: The Need to Share: Ahmed Almagarmid, Peter Cochrane & Mourad Ouzzani - The ITP Journal, Vol 10/3, July - September 2016, p28 - 31 
  1172. COCHRANE P Cyber Security: Auto-Immunity: Ahmed Almagarmid & Peter Cochrane - The ITP Journal, Vol 10/3, July - September 2016, p32 - 37
  1173. COCHRANE P Cyber Security: Need to know or need to share: The Dark Side is winning and the industry needs to act
    Computing 16 Aug 2016
  1174. COCHRANE P Need to know or need to share: The Dark Side is winning and the industry needs to act, Computing 18 October 2016
  1175. COCHRANE P There's much more to blockchain than financial transactions, Computing 7 Nov 2016
  1176. COCHRANE P The Truth Engine - how soon until the internet can detect lies? Computing 15 Nov 2016
  1177. COCHRANE P Philip Hammond's Autumn Statement digital infrastructure plans need a serious rethink, Computing 24 Nov 2016
  1178. COCHRANE P Big Brother state, or Little Brother society: How healthy is our data-sharing culture? Computing 7 Dec 2016
  1179. COCHRANE P The '1984 about-face': Is our data sharing obsession progressive or dangerous? V3 7 Dec 2016
  1180. COCHRANE P Technology now has ears - but where is the sweet spot between useful interaction and 'uncanny valley'? Computing 03 January 2017
  1181. COCHRANE P What is the REAL risk in cyber risk? Computing 09 January 2017
  1182. COCHRANE P The Sociology of Things: What will self aware devices mean for us, and our data ? Computing 13 Feb 2017
  1183. COCHRANE P Google! Here's how to achieve 'really intelligent search' Computing 28 Feb 2017
  1184. COCHRANE P How Little Brother took over from Big Brother, Connected Roads Pirelli.com March 2017
  1185. COCHRANE P Why can't AI do more to help with information overload? Computing 14 March 2017
  1186. COCHRANE P When will self-aware AI develop its own instinct? Computing 10 April 2017
  1187. COCHRANE P BlockChain The Ultimate Ledger. ITP Journal V11/1 Jan/March 2017
  1188. COCHRANE P Disconnected thinking: Why are we managing optimised systems with dated human mindsets? Computing 8 May 2017
  1189. COCHRANE P The road to password heaven or insecure hell? Computing 31 May 2017
  1190. COCHRANE P Teaching Technology Computing 8 June 2017
  1191. COCHRANE P WannaCry? I wanna understand what's going on! Computing 14 June 2017
  1192. COCHRANE P The 'war of the wireless antennas' won't be won without a fundamental rethink Computing 1 Aug 2017

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