For the last few days I've been sharing more selectively and yet i've written more than I have in a long time. As I have been recovering from my recent operation, most of what I have written has been offline. The recent update to the app 'Day One' has had me now adding photos to my daily diary. There is something liberating about writing a blog for an audience of one. It's not a cheap app, but … [Read more...] about Social Networks Aren’t Free
ser·en·dip·i·ty/ˌserənˈdipitē/ The occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way: "a fortunate stroke of serendipity". Just like Aleks Krotoski in her BBC Radio4 series The Digital Human, I've been fascinated with Serendipity for a good chunk of my life. I don't remember the first time I ever heard the word, but I do remember the first time it's meaning was … [Read more...] about Serendipity Lives Here
I've seen a few of these signs mysteriously pop up along the A1 so i'm snapping this while on a dog waIk in order to remind me to do what it says. … [Read more...] about Google Norman Scarth?
For me a community is not tied to a geographical area. It's more an area of common life. I live across a number of communities. Family, friends, work, and a number of geeky tech loving groups who exist both on the web and in physical space. Some hold a fellowship of solidarity and trust. Others merely contain a group of peope who share a common interest. Either way these communities are really … [Read more...] about Reinventing Communication & Protecting Community
The dust has just about settled after the Vodafone 360 launch and after having no clue at all as to what I was going to see, I now have much more of an idea and am genuinely excited about what is in the pipeline for mobile users. I've never really subscribed to the platforms spawned by the mobile giants, either from the carriers or the handset makers. I made a point of avoiding Vodafone Live as … [Read more...] about Vodafone 360