Month: June 2016

#filters #nofilters

Now that the modern world can be communicated on the go via smart-phones and social media, you may be more familiar with the hash tag symbol # Used to ‘tag’ or code posts so that they can be found more easily (where have we heard language like that before NLP’ers?) ‘hashtags’ have found their way into the everyday. I digress with a purpose, I’m still talking about filters. For the sake of this blog, filters work in two ways; helping us to sort information through a process called “delete/distort/generalise” or to change perception – like a polarising lens on a camera like