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A decentralized web would give power back to the people online — TechCrunch

October 9, 2016


Abstract 3D network in future

Timely update on how a decentralised web works for more people than a Facebook-atised walled garden model. Open lines of communication and collaboration are the way forward. Lets build it.

Data Visualising the Most Popular Map Routes in Britain

September 20, 2016


Trig pillars provide a great spot to practice some yoga... Few people can resist a trig pillar photo and if you check Instagram you’ll see many with people standing on them, planking, popping their dog on top, and a good few yoga poses too. #GetOutside champion Aleks Kashefi-Mofrad managed a pistol squat on his recent visit to High Seat in the Lake District.

Ordnance Survey, makers of Britain’s maps, took a decade of data about the UK’s most popular routes and created these visualisations. If you look at the turn of summer into autumn as an opportunity to don your walking boots and climb Britain’s green and undulating hill country, then this post is for you. And Britain’s […]

App platform Kinetise aims to bring app building to the enterprise — TechCrunch

September 11, 2016



Kinetise, an app building platform and Disrupt hackathon favorite, aims to democratize the the the process of creating native mobile apps for iOS and Android in the enterprise. Using a drag-and-drop interface, the system essentially lets you build and deploy native apps, visually. In this way, non-developers are able to create and deploy mobile apps.…

Pokemon Go Works the Brain in Glorious Ways, Just Beware those Real World Issues

September 3, 2016



Augmented reality is not just Pokemon Go, though you’d think it was, but by hooking gamers into the real world it may be much more than a brain workout. Cue the science. Apparently Pokemon Go refreshes the parts that other games don’t. Writing in the British Medical Journal, Dr Margaret McCartney talks about the special […]

Cricket Laws Get the Handy App Treatment

August 14, 2016


Cricket match

Custodians of the sport Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) have released the first ever Laws of Cricket app. If you want to know your cover point from your silly mid-off, here’s where it’s at. It had to happen – from my perspective anyway – because listening to BBC’s Test Match Special and trying to imagine the […]

Money Comes Easier to Virtual Athletes than Sporting Olympians

August 14, 2016


Gamer athletes

With every Olympics comes a renewed focus on how little money most Olympians actually make throughout their athletic lives. While a few newly made superstars (such as US gymnast Simone Biles) will strike it lucky by attracting the attention of sponsors, the vast majority of competitors at Rio will struggle to break even—let alone make… via […]

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