Don’t Try This at Home, Use it at Work

As you can see, screwing around a bit at work has the potential to make you the most productive, creative and dynamic mind in your office. Here are a few simple ways – among others – to get started staring blankly into the vast depths of possibility: Make Your Next Break Just That – When […]

Life, Below 600px

Above is @ 1024px x 600px. Some people would have you believe that you aren’t reading this. Why? Because it’s not ‘above the fold’. (read more) (via @iamtomwhite)

The Making of Medway – Poem

A poem commissioned by the Making of Medway Regeneration project. Written and performed at the conference by Curtis Tappenden

Dehisce Hand Carved Animation by @markawebber

This is a project for “The Art of Lost words”www.textgallery.info Mark Andrew Webber website is:www.markandrewwebber.com After a recent email exchange with my friend from my I at college, I was made aware for this animation he had created since leaving college. What following is quoter from Mark’s website. I chose the Word Dehisce from a […]

‘Thoughts on Flash’ by Steve Jobs

Read AppleInsider’ summary and key points from the letter here. (read more) (via AppleInsider) Jobs’ letter is republished here in its entirety: Thoughts on Flash Apple has a long relationship with Adobe. In fact, we met Adobe’s founders when they were in their proverbial garage. Apple was their first big customer, adopting their Postscript language […]

Have a Great St George’s Day #stgeorgesday

St George’s Day is celebrated by the several nations, kingdoms, countries, and cities of which Saint George is the patron saint, including England and Germany[citation needed], the old kingdoms and counties of the Crown of Aragon in Spain—Aragon, Catalonia and Valencia; Portugal, Cyprus, Greece, Georgia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Macedonia, and […]

Fixing the global e-waste problem

iFixit co-founder Kyle Wiens discusses the impact of careless e-waste and what we’re doing to help.

My new favourite lunch place

Last Thursday and today (Wednesday) I found my self going in search of something different to eat. Fast sandwiches where getting old and I had heard about a market just up the road call Whitecross Street Market. I found it very hard to settle on what to eat as the smells that fill the air […]