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Ada Lovelace Day Post

Tweet I have been lax in getting involved properly with Ada Lovelace Day today, partly because there is so much else going on at the moment too, but I want to focus my attention for this year’s tribute to women … Continue reading

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Technology & education

Office from Wikimedia Commons

Tweet I’ve been spending the past few weeks almost completely focused on writing new curriculum for graduate subjects on technology in education and much as I’d love to share the fruits of that enterprise, I’m afraid it’s commissioned work, so … Continue reading

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Elections, debt and technology: how they interact

Tweet It’s election day here in the UK and I will be spending the evening watching the coverage with two of London’s great ladies, Jemima Gibbons, author of Monkeys with Typewriters, and Mecca Ibrahim (aka Annie Mole) the author of One … Continue reading

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BectaX – Liveblogging

Tweet I’m here at BectaX and we’re underway, and I’ll be taking notes during the day.  Perhaps it won’t be my usual minute-by-minute liveblogging, but I want to capture a lot of the ideas being discussed.  There’s no power in … Continue reading

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Wonderings of a Digital Nomad

Tweet In this post I want to explore the idea of authenticity in an age of digital identity.  My objective is to consider how it is possible to measure authenticity or to assume that practices among digital nomads are ‘natural’ … Continue reading

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Liveblogging the Innovation Reading Circle

Tweet I’m liveblogging this session on Manuel Castells’ book. Keep refreshing the page for updates 🙂 7:10pm Doing the introductions. Lots of people in design, technology companies and consultants in technology strategy and marketing. 7:15 Kathryn Corrick begins her analysis … Continue reading

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Policy, public engagement and emergent technology

Tweet This week in Australia, the establishment of a new taskforce was announced, the Government 2.0 Taskforce, in emulation of the UK’s Power of Information Taskforce which reported in March of this year.  Leaving aside the woeful title of Australia’s … Continue reading

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Ada Lovelace Day: Celebrating Women in IT

Tweet When Suw Charman-Anderson asked me to support her pledge to blog on 24 March about women in IT I admire, in the name of Ada Lovelace, the first real programmer, my only concern was narrowing the field of candidates … Continue reading

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