World Wide Waste with Gerry McGovern

Liam Nugent '99.9% of what you do is rubbish'

John Carter
February 18, 2021
41
 MIN
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World Wide Waste with Gerry McGovern
February 18, 2021
41
 MIN

Liam Nugent '99.9% of what you do is rubbish'

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John Carter
Tech Vlogger & YouTuber

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When Liam Nugent closed down his digital agency he accounted for all the digital stuff they had created. Each employee was generating about 100 gigabytes of data a year. When they cleaned up all this data so as to give a quality hand-off to their clients, they found that 99.9% of the 8 terabytes of data they had created was useless.

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