Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Future for Kids

My son’s website idea, the future for kids, is finally up and seems to be working. Not much content on the site yet, but it’s only been live for about an hour. If you have or know any kids, ideally … Continue reading

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Sport and technology

                          A nice download here from Atos about the use of technology in sport (thanks Francisco). On a slightly related note, the latest argument over the school holidays … Continue reading

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Coming breakthroughs in science

Earlier in the year Science Focus asked 12 scientists to make a few brave predictions. Among the highlights were: use of remote sensing technology in archaeology, developments in quantum biology, finding out what colours the dinosaurs were, developments with Graphene … Continue reading

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A medieval future?

                I’m becoming increasingly interested in the idea of neo-feudalism. This came up in a recent MOD workshop and was also the subject of a comment made by Krista in relation to my … Continue reading

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Almost back to normal

So I’ve just moved house and lost just about everything including my mind. My office is currently paperless due to a lack of printer cable and I’ve had 2 days with no easy email access or internet. Oh, and did … Continue reading

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Bandwidth

I got an email from the Guardian newspaper yesterday asking if I could write 600 words on bandwidth – by the end of the day. My answer was no – I was moving house in 24-hours (why I’m blogging right … Continue reading

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