When I first started working at a daily newspaper there was a darkroom alongside a bank of neg scanners. It was 2001 and thankfully I had arrived armed with a digital SLR. I learned that to deliver what the news desk demanded within 12 hours or less, I had to move fast, get the shot in a few frames and get to the next job as quick as possible. After a while I discarded the map book for my PDA … [Read more...] about Working in Digital Journalism (Case Studies)
DISCLAIMER: This is a simple procedure of dragging and dropping files to your origional Kindle Paperwhite while in USB mode. This is not a hack and does not require you to jailbreak your Kindle. That said, I take no responsibility for what may happen to your device in the unlikely event anything goes wrong. Recently I stumbled on the amazing free and open source dyslexia typeface called 'Open … [Read more...] about Add custom fonts to a Kindle Paperwhite
So much for heading off-grid to get some writing done. Who am I kidding? I'm not a writer. I'm a bad typer at best. It's all very well heading out to darkest Norfolk thinking that with fewer online distractions I can work better. But I work in multimedia. I need access to the internet to research. I need access to my online backups and clouds resources. I need to upload.. download.. browse.. … [Read more...] about Off-Grid is for adventure, not work.
See the full gallery on Posterous Here are a few Images & audio that I grabbed on my phone from the Guardian SxSW hack day at the Guardian Offices in London. Listen! Listen! Listen! Listen! Listen! It was a great weekend of geeking out with some wonderfull people. All ther more worth while by the fact we not only won best audio project … [Read more...] about Rewired State at the Guardian #GSxSW