Just the other evening I said to some friends that I’d noticed self-organising systems turning up more and more in popular culture. Well this takes it further. A Swarm of Angels is an attempt to build an open source — or Cinema 2.0 — movie. Has real links to what’s going on over at the brilliant if:book.
These have to be two of the best urban views in the world… Just back from a trip to New York and then straight into the Atlas of Ideas launch conference. The second photo was taken in a 70mph wind as we tried to walk from the IET to Waterloo station.
Demos has a MySpace page. It’s in advance of the launch of Their Space: Education for a Digital Generation by my friends Hannah Green and Celia Hannon. I helped out a bit with the research for the project and it’s been fascinating to work on. Hannah and Celia have done a brilliant job at bringing […]
The Enron story seems to be everywhere at the moment. The movie was on the TV the other night, the papers all have bits about the sentencing of various lesser players and Malcolm Gladwell has written a piece for the New Yorker which he describes on his blog as a ‘semi-defense’ of the company. His […]
Lovely quip from Sandi Toksvig on the News Quiz: “You’d think with a Government as right wing as ours, at least the trains would run on time.”