Today, I’ve mostly been making polar panoramas. They please me greatly. Thanks to Dirk Paessler for a great tutorial.
Visiting Trafalgar Square still brings back childhood memories of feeding the birds. Fifty pence (I think) for a spray-can-lid full of seed, rather than the more traditional tuppence a bag. Filthy winged rats they may be, but I can’t help feeling sorry for the children who don’t get to experience that terrifying thrill of finding […]
guardian.co.uk: All this online sharing has to stop – “But, um, music people? Better form an orderly queue. You think you were the first to suffer from your content getting ripped off and spread to the four corners of the earth? Get to the back of the line, bud. There’s a few people ahead of […]
The Virtual Worlds BusinessCast: Roo Reynolds & Ian Hughes, Metaverse Evangelists, IBM – Ian and I did an interview for Voices In Business recently. “Episode Eleven of The Virtual Worlds BusinessCast, brought to you by Voices in Business. Today, we talk to Roo Reynolds and Ian Hughes, Metaverse Evangelists at IBM.” CES 2008: IBM Wins […]
Testing Blues – “Test is the new development” – the thoughts of some interesting people in IBM Hursley with an interest in testing. Guy Kawasaki: How to Change the World: Forget the A-List After All – “Evangelism is not about sucking up to only people who are famous and self-important” … “It was unknown artists, […]
CIO.com: Confessions of a Facebook Addict – “To get the most out of these social networks requires a pretty high level of what industry analyst James Governor calls ‘declarative living.’ The more you share about yourself, the more value you get.” Ascent Stage: Favorite links of 2007 – John’s links for the year The Best […]
Mainly TV related stuff, for a variety of reasons… The History of the Channel 4 logo and idents – All you wanted to know about the “4” logo BBC iPlayer FAQ – Will I need a TV licence to watch programmes on BBC iPlayer? – “You do not need a television licence to watch television […]