I haven’t done one of these bookmark posts in a while, and I’m some way off posting anything new here. So here’s a look at what I found interesting enough to bookmark recently. The state of the UK gov blogosphere – Great post by Dave Briggs. Why websites matter less and less – “Summary: Our [...]
…has started hanging out around in my back garden, much to the delight of my toddler son. You will need: Enamel paints, clean plastic pots, compost and small things that grow. Tree stumps optional. Inspiration for this one came from The Dad Manual (an ace book which I’m slightly ashamed to confess I bought for [...]
My son found him today in the aquarium at the Horniman and he hasn’t even seen the film.
…are making fantastically listenable beepy ambient dub under the guise of Robodub. In his own words: Robodub has been messing about with cheap synths, delays units, drum machines and electric guitars for about 15 years. The recent purchase of a laptop has meant live performances are finally possible. (In Exeter only, for Robodub is also [...]
Predictions abound for digital media in 2009 (even in the government space) and I’m excited to see what the year will bring. It’s also a good time to reflect on personal highlights of the year just ended and hopes for the one ahead. So for my first new year as a blogger I hope you’ll permit me [...]