Monthly Archives: January 2012
I live and work in Hampshire. I’m biased. But I still think this is really nice.
I spent Friday and Saturday in London at UK GovCamp 2012, or #UKGC12 as it’s known on Twitter. It was an “unconference” with no prepared agenda. If you aren’t familiar with unconferences, Steph Gray gives a good description in his November … Continue reading
I got the idea of blogging about maps and apps a couple of weeks ago whilst reading Louise Brown’s fascinating first post for the #weeklyblogclub entitled: “How will I be using technology in 2012”. I’m interested in technology – not … Continue reading
Visit a traditional barbershop and you can get a haircut for under a tenner. It may not have the exoticism of today’s stylist or unisex salons, but its history is every bit as exotic, and much longer. According to The … Continue reading
How ironic. I finally start blogging and my first couple of posts are both about Twitter. This coincides nicely with Twitter being down “for maintenance”