Monthly Archives: February 2010

Computer Science for Fun?

ShareTweet Just a very short post to make people aware, if they’re not already, about a great new magazine I came across at the EPSRC’s ExICTe workshop in Birmingham on Wednesday.   Computer Science for Fun, or cs4fn, was created and … Continue reading

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Innovation: it’s all in the micro-networks

ShareTweet Just a quick post to note the outcomes of  a study carried out by Cambridge’s Centre for Business Research calling for changes in Government policy towards technology commercialisation/high-tech start-ups.  It points to the significance of lead customers in development … Continue reading

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Boomers Mix TV with Their PCs? No surprise to me!

ShareTweet   Boomers are tech-savvy, avid Internet users and multitask online while watching TV, says a recent report from eMarketer, Boomer Demographics and Media Usage. In the article, the author of the report Lisa E. Phillips points out that in … Continue reading

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Value Creation in Creative Arts Projects

ShareTweet I had a great afternoon on Monday at the Liverpool Institute for the Performing Arts (LIPA), where I gave a Masterclass hosted by Maria Barrett, a Lecturer at LIPA.  It was the first time I had visited the Institute, … Continue reading

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Identity and privacy in the digital age

ShareTweet Haawwooo <sound of dog/wolf howling in true Blues tradition> Woke up this morning On the world wide web Tweeted my identities To make one a celeb…   [blues courtesy Ted Fuller, unpublished email] I thought I’d start this blogpost off … Continue reading

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Privacy, identity and status?

ShareTweet “Their relative positions on the DZ corporate ladder were obvious to McNihil, just from the density of the swarms of E-mail buzzing around their heads, Some of the execs had only two or three of the tiny holo’d images … Continue reading

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