I just met a guy called Ernie on platform 4, Peterborough station. We got talking about his leg. Or rather his artificial leg. Last July he tripped over a flowerpot. That's all. Not a landmine, or road accident, or an altercation with farm machinery. A simple accident in the home that got complicated. Less than a year later he is proudly showing off some serious tech. Carbon fibre meets aircraft … [Read more...] about Leg Tech
Archives for March 2011
I found a folder of old recordings. I may start rummaging through them in order to upload some with more context and history. They remind me of a time when I spent longer in the story. Taking the time to listen & create. I still create long form media but rarely get asked for the more pensive timeless stuff. Most people seem preoccupied with transient disposable media. Something created … [Read more...] about The Lost Podcasts – Number 41
..They just get De-Pressed. As far as I know @GeoGeller was never a journalist. Ok maybe sometimes when he wanted to be perceived as one. I think of him as an artist working in every medium. Especially reality. He is also the only Insultant I know. That's like a consultant but he tells you the truths you need to know but may not want to hear. Although we've crossed paths for … [Read more...] about Old Journalists Never Die..
A few photos I took at SXSW 2011 on the Panasonic GH1 and the Panasonic Lumix GF2. All images were taken with the 20mm f1.7 lens in Raw and processes with Light Room 3. … [Read more...] about My #SXSW in colour
If I'd only come to Texas for yesterday it would have been worth it. The day before I was struggling to find value as I moved from one snake oil salesman to the next in the perpetually expanding circus that is the SXSW Interactive festival. If I was here to document capitalisation models of the mega conference and how to expand to encompass a city, I would have not only been much … [Read more...] about Capitalisation models of the mega conference