Highlights from this category
- 10 top tools for getting the most out of Twitter (2013 version) 8 Jul
- Ten WordPress plugins to make your blog shine (2013 version) 4 Feb
- Councillor Camp: 10 questions to see if your council gets digital 12 Jan
- 10 top tools for getting the most out of Twitter 13 Jun
- 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
Yes it is, according to the Harvard Business Review. No it isn’t, if you take a close look at their evidence. Regular readers will know this is a regular theme of mine, so let’s first clear out of the way some of the common mistakes people make, which to its credit the Harvard Business Review’s […]
Mobile mapping, from a world before mobile phones.
Sci-fi meets horror meets alternative history meets espionage: The Atrocity Archives: Book 1 in The Laundry Files
Charles Stross's (and the accompanying short story of his) is science fiction, set in the present with a strong alternative history taste, plenty of technology speak and a touch of the horror novel thrown in.
Prime Minister David Cameron appeared to accidentally follow a high-class escort agency on Twitter.
Anscombe's Quartet is a set of four datasets that share similar properties but are actually very different.
I really should have got one of these:
IfOnly is a website that lets anyone (well, anyone with enough cash) buy celeb activity direct – e.g. if you’ve got $80 to spare and you know who Summer Sanders is* you can pay her to send a personalised tweet to someone you know. (You can of course also do this if you don’t know […]
Diverless cars are likely to start appearing as a regular feature on Britain's roads before the next set of general election manifestos for the main parties even go to print.