So I’m in Paris at a mega academic conference, the first one like it I’ve really been to. It’s called 4S/EASST and is being held at the Ecole des Mines which is an incredibly beautiful rambling old building overlooking the Jardins du Luxembourg in the Latin quarter. It’s all about the social study of science. […]
I’m writing a feature for the Guardian’s Spark supplement about how the open source model is being applied to things beyond just software. If you know of any interesting examples or can think of things you think it should be applied to, drop me an email. Afraid I’m still having a bit of trouble getting […]
I love this. Low Morale is a “series of animations portraying one man’s struggle to cope with the soul-sapping, will-to-live draining, life-force mugging, morale crushing experiences of work”. This particular one takes the form of a video for the accoustic version of one of my favourite songs — Radiohead’s Creep.
So I’ve been living here at BedZED for a month and have now gotten round to taking a photo. When I say it looks a bit funny, this is what I mean… On sunny days like today all the windows are and doors are open and kids are running around. There are also a few […]
I’m back in London today after a week of walking the West Highland Way in Scotland. If you haven’t heard of it, the WHW is Scotland’s first long distance path officially opened in 1980 although farmers, missionaries and soldiers have been using sections of it for far longer than that. It runs from a station […]