Monthly Archives: April 2007

Disconnected thinking

[As ever, you can read this on the BBC News website. And while the tinfoil hat brigade is already assembling there are some voices of sanity] Students at Canada’s Lakehead University have to be careful how they connect to the … Continue reading

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Where the webcam is

Where the webcam is Originally uploaded by BillT. Inspired by John Naughton’s Dublin picture.

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Watching art imitate life

[As ever, this is on the BBC News website, and you can also find some relevant stuff over at the ENTER_  site] Next week I’m chairing a session at a major conference on digital arts in Cambridge, and if all … Continue reading

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Can the network grow?

[As ever,  you can read this on the BBC News website too.] At the turn of the last millennium financial markets around the world realised that the valuations they were offering for companies whose business plans included the word ‘internet’ … Continue reading

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in the office…

in the office… Originally uploaded by BillT. I’m in Venice for the week, but projects don’t stop just because I’m away.

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Steve Jobs proves me wrong

[Also there to read on the BBC News website, as usual] At the press event to announce that the iTunes Music Store will be selling ‘premium’ songs from EMI’s catalogue without the copy-protection offered by the Fairplay digital rights management … Continue reading

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