Monthly Archives: September 2009

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I like: Personas | Metropath(ologies) by Aaron Zinman

I came across this project at MIT Media Lab by Aaron Zinman. I really like the way it represents what a search term is about rating it against a pre-defined.

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Sharing Online

I am a collector. Its an intrinsic part of me. I have a bookshelf full of books, a collection of mechanical watches, a garage full of vinyl records and a.

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Lib Dem Conference Analysis – Making big noises with bad messages…

The Lib Dem’s seaside conference The Lib Dem Conference this year seems to have been more exciting than usual. I am afraid to say that too often I have dismissed.

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Don’t underestimate the Lib-Dems

David Mitchell of Peep Show fame said on Mock the Week last night that the Liberal Democrat Conference was simply a warm up for the Labour and Conservative Conference’s in.

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The new racism

I was listening to a mix by Japanese DJ SoccerBoy when I came across this page on his site. It featured a section of the documentary film made about the.

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Contradictions in packaging

I suffer from back pain periodically (hey I’m getting old, these things happen), and I use this medicine from Hong Kong to massage into the painful spot. Wong To Yick.

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When do shock campaigns go too far?

A series of fairly hard hitting ads with the tagline AIDS is a Mass Murderer, will be played on Germany TV and cinema screens in the lead up to World.

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What makes a good tweet?

At the recent Teen Choice awards one category stood out from the rest. Alongside the standard categories like ‘Best Actor’, ‘Best Actress’ and ‘Best Liplock’ the awards also ran a.

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Jargon Watch: Hyperconnectivity

Mark Pesce, one of the pioneers of the modern web; who was the prime mover behind a now-forgotten technology called VRML. In the mid-1990s virtual reality was all the rage.

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It’s a generation thing

A interesting post appeared on the BBC dot.life blog yesterday afternoon outlining the results of a recent panel discussion held by the Centre for The Study of Financial Innovation. This.

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