I have traveled quite a lot recently, but must confess to never having opened the British Airways inflight magazine, ‘Business Life’. It was something of a surprise to be informed by Andy that my name gets mentioned in the February edition, and it makes me wish I was a regular reader, and had discovered it […]
A story in other people’s Flickr photos… Can you guess what it is yet? Mouseover for clues. You got it.
So speaking at the NMK event was fun. I’ve done a longish writeup about it on Eightbar already, which I won’t repeat here. Who was blogging about it? Well, Mike Butcher who chaired the event made some notes. Gauti Sigthorsson was speaking, and was wondering in advance about the best way to pronounce MMORPG Esther […]
Tap tap.. Is this thing on? Right then. I’ve been writing on Eightbar, and other places, for a while, but I sometimes itch for a personal blog of my own. Darren, Richard and Andy (to name but a few fellow IBMers brave enough to blog in public) make a pretty good job of it. It’s […]
Below are some tools to help with your election night enjoyment…From the BBC: Scorecard – refreshes annoyingly frequently, but keep you up-to-date with results. Map – watch your constituency, or the overall picture. Blog – BBC blog content has traditionally been excellent Seat-by-seat results Streaming news player – watch headlines and election news online. News […]
“Seven mice, forced to listen to music by The Prodigy, died” was the wonderful phrase I heard while listening to BBC Radio 4’s news recently. Cambridge University has received “formal admonitions” from the British Home Office for an experiment it undertook involving 283 mice, some methamphetamine and some music. It seems the scientists at Cambridge […]
Yesterday, I discovered I was completely addicted to Gravilux. It is nifty. It runs as an applet, and by changing the size and fiddling with the params, I have been making art for my desktop. Must stop. Must stop. My project leader is away for two weeks (getting married). This means that I have to […]