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August 7, 2018
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Project Japan 7

Repeat these behaviour many times:

July 20, 2013
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Doug Engelbart 1925-2013

Douglas Carl Engelbart is one of those people who should by now have become a household name, one of the pioneers of the computing revolution that we take for granted. I am saddened to learn of his death. Decent obituaries … Continue reading

March 31, 2013
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La Coupole

Walked in the freezing cold from Odéon down to the Boulevard du Montparnasse for the end-of-conference “banquet” last night at La Coupole. Tragically we were in the downstairs ballroom rather than the brasserie itself. Food mediocre but the company very … Continue reading

January 9, 2012
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Brian Sawyer RIP

Top geezer.

October 9, 2011
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Steve Jobs 1955 – 2011

Nobody who is vaguely interested in technology can have failed to note the passing—on October 5th—of Apple CEO Steve Jobs. There have been many moving and insightful tributes in the press and across the WWW. It is not my intention … Continue reading

May 13, 2010
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Chris Crawford: Masterclass On Interactivity

About three weeks ago now—yeah, I know, but I’ve been busy—Chris Crawford delivered a ‘Masterclass On Interactivity’ at Swansea Metropolitan University. Chris began with a light-hearted look back at the history of computing and, simultaneously, back over his career. Whilst … Continue reading

April 20, 2009
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J. G. Ballard 1930-2009

The death of J.G. Ballard cannot pass without note. As a young man his books were incredibly influential on me, with their intensely symbolic Max Ernst-like landscapes, pathologically driven anti-heroes, and their willful coupling of rabid sexuality and technological fetishism. … Continue reading

October 22, 2007
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Miles Davis: Blue In Green

A short film I made last year:

April 25, 2007
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Sir Ken Robinson

I came across this last night: a fantastic talk about our education systems which manages to be enlightening, very funny, and moving. Brilliant!