Monthly Archives: November 2010

Giving UK Technology an ARM UP

[and on the BBC website at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-11821504 ] During the 1980’s I worked at Acorn Computers in Cambridge, helping to develop the in-house engineering systems that were used by designers to create computers like the Archimedes, the popular successor to … Continue reading

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Few things finer than heading to the station in a London Cab- sadly this one not driven by @jackabnory :-(

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Life as a tech journalist can be hard… Hence the need to head to the Oxford Retreat.

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Walk into to the biz school to find @biz and @ruskin147 – on air now

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Feeling threatened?

The good people at Sense About Science have put together a useful guide for anyone whose online activities result in the threat – or reality – of legal action. As they put it: .’if anyone receives a threatening letter we … Continue reading

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Heading off back to Cambridge after exellent time at #encountersSFF – and with all at @wshed !

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Wonderful session from Andy Serkis at @wshed for #encountersSFF – thoughtful and bearded :-)

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Off to Bristol with the boy for Encounters. “I’ve never been up at 7 o’clock… What happens?!”

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And we’re off at #abawards with Kate Mosse – while @edvaizey waits in the wings…

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In Bradford for high powered meeting at Nat Media Museum… But first, there are aliens for @tonyageh to defeat

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