Highlights from this category
- 10 top tools for getting the most out of Twitter (2014 version) 10 Jul
- Ten WordPress plugins to make your blog shine (2014 version) 4 Feb
- Councillor Camp: 10 questions to see if your council gets digital 12 Jan
- Why you should feed the trolls 17 Oct
- Have you been fooled by the social media hype? 19 Nov
- My first five emails on Gmail 13 Oct
- Britain’s first cybercafe – and thoughts on what makes for great innovation 7 Sep
- Why do you walk on the wrong side of the corridor in Tube stations? 19 Aug
- The future of newspapers as it looked in 1994 4 Aug
Phew: turns out there’s a medical explanation as to why I sometimes imagine my phone vibrating when it isn’t there
Have you thought your phone was vibrating in your pocket when it wasn't really there?
Many years ago, before tablets and smartphones, I trialled some technology in a council by-election that looked promising for improving telling.
The absence of actual problems when 2000 arrived is either an indication of how well the whole issue was handled or a demonstration of how much fears were exaggerated.
I'm not sure the electroVine is the wisest of new product ideas, all things considered...
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake show you what a Twitter conversation sounds like in real life.
Transparent solar panels are on the way after a research breakthrough.
Experience the power of a bookbook™
The chemicals which leak out from mines are poisonous to some plants, so if you inspect the right plants over a suspect area, the patches of dead plants will then reveal where there are mines to be cleared.
Academic and TV historian Mary Beard has disclosed her innovative approach to dealing with her vitriolic Twitter trolls – writing them a job reference.
I recently received a text message from 97885, claiming to be from Vodafone and asking me to reply and take part in a survey.