Monthly Archives: September 2010

At the V&A for David Anderson’s leaving drinks- Christopher Frayling giving v entertaining valedictory

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At the V&A for David Anderson’s leaving drinks- Christopher Frayling giving v entertaining valedictory

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Byte Night, October 8 – care to sponsor me?

On the night of Friday October 8 I will be sleeping rough in Cambridge for Action For Children as part of the national technology community’s ByteNight – we’re out on the Science Park where i used to work for PIPEX, so it … Continue reading

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Heading home after long day but my friend Jamie gave me this to read and it is wonderful :-) out April from Canongate

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Report on Web Science at the Royal Society #RSWebSci

I wrote the following after two days at the Royal Society Web Science event. You can also read it on the BBC News website, of course http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-11425795 — I’m spending two days this week at the Royal Society in London sitting … Continue reading

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Having a short rest from Twitter duty at #RSWebSci

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#RSWebSci @luisvonahn takes questions while @billdutton wonders if he’s just had a déjà vu glitch in the openMatrix

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Let’s not be too optimistic about digigov says Helen Margetts at #RSWebSci – DWP data

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Question to Jon Kleinberg from @timBerners_Lee at #RSWebSci

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Hard at work in #studio2 – but #picnic10 tweets make me wish I was in Amsterdam.

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