Posts Tagged "art"

The Democratising Role of the Web

The Democratising Role of the Web

Way back in November I went to the The Roy Stringer Lecture – on the Democratising Role of the Web,  at Fact Liverpool. The speakers included Martha Lane Fox – cofounder of LastMinute.com & the UK’s Digital Champion Peter Barron – Google’s Director of External Relations & formerly the Editor of the BBC’s Newsnight Professor Andy Miah – futurist, FACT Fellow & Director of the Creative Futures...

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Links of the week

Links I have been or should have been looking at this week http://blog.jonudell.net/elmcity-project-faq/ http://kathryncorrick.co.uk/2011/02/09/apps-are-redefining-internet-and-social-media-usage/ http://www.yoursiteisvalid.com/validnews/import-data-from-any-database-into-wordpress-1063.html http://www.allaboutaudiences.com/services/clientservices/events/conference http://isotope.metafizzy.co/demos/elements-complete.html Audio clip: Adobe Flash...

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Bizvista Radio Liverpool

Bizvista Radio Liverpool

It just to show that even if you are in the same business you never know what else is going on. I can even remember how I found this but now I  have.  So for you listening pleasure here is Bizvista radio they have interviews with a variety of people in a variety of places.  Laura Walsh, Christine Chellew, George Sephton and Tim Quinn former Editor of Marvel comics. Dave Gillooley, the interviewer also does a fine line in architectural...

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Bizvista Radio Liverpool

Bizvista Radio Liverpool

For you listening pleasure Bizvista radio have interviews with a variety of people in a variety of places. Laura Walsh, Christine Chellew, George Sephton and Tim Quinn former Editor of Marvel comics. Dave Gillooley, the interviewer also does a fine line in architectural illustration. Have a look give it a...

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A long long time ago in a land far far away…

A long long time ago in a land far far away…

In the land of Munchies, chomps(ki) and hangovers a group of miscreants gathered after what was normal regular party if you lived off Catherine Street, Liverpool in the 1990’s. This play – Tales from the Settee – was based on real life – just not my own or anybodys that i knew – I think it was the friend of a friend of someone that the writer met in the pub once. I performed (If you can call it that) – I...

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