Monthly Archives: December 2007

Twitter…again

I just read the following “twitter” from one of my American contacts. I only follow people I know personally, so this makes it even more disturbing. He twittered:  “So far it seems that no one I know was shot at … Continue reading

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Participatory Video Workshop at the OU

I’ve just finished two days with Chris High and Emily Flower (and Rick who came in on the second day to help with editing) to look into Participatory Video. Emily works for Insight and is involved in many PV projects. PV … Continue reading

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Google maps on a mobile phone

I’ve just installed Google’s mobile map application on my Nokia N80 http://www.google.co.uk/gmm/index.html?utm_campaign=en&utm_source=en-ha-emea-uk-google&utm_medium=ha&utm_term=google%20map%20mobile . It works. It wasn’t all that clear how to actually access the application after I installed it, but that is more a feature of the way the Nokia works … Continue reading

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TV on your Apple Mac

I won’t even bother to go into the excuses used to justify this purchase. Just couldn’t resist another bit of technology. This gizmo from Equinux is called the TubeStick and is a little USB stick with a teeny arial that you … Continue reading

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