Monthly Archives: January 2009

Don’t dream it… Google it.

I’m an easily distracted person, as anyone who’s ever had the misfortune to talk to me at a party will agree. It’s not that I’m not interested in what someone is saying, and I do pay attention, but I have … Continue reading

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Why we need to stop the data retention proposals

I’ve just had this article posted on the Index on Censorship site ..we need to stand up against the plans because even if the current proposals can be justified as a proportionate measure –– and remember that only details of … Continue reading

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Changing the world

[As ever, you can read this on the BBC News website] Coming up with ideas for new digital products and services is hardly difficult in this world of rapid technological development and increasing access to computers and the network. Anyone … Continue reading

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Our Connected Christmas

We had a traditional Christmas this year, though since the kids are now sixteen and seventeen their sleep patterns were not disturbed by an anxious wait to see what Santa would provide in return for their good behaviour during the … Continue reading

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