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Hacking Around

Last weekend saw the huge geek event Hacked.io at the IndigO2, organised by Geeks of London and O2’s The Lab. It was attended by almost 500 hackers keen to learn, build and share stuff with each other. Event Thoughts Before … Continue reading

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Geting My Fingers Burned: Camera Axe Construction

I wondered whether to post this in my photographic blog, but decided this bit of the game was really more for the geeks amongst my readership, and would therefore fit better in this blog. For future results, I will post in … Continue reading

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Flickr Link Shortening Confusion

I discovered something weird today. I’ve known for some time that you can get Flickr’s short link for an image if you view > source. It’s usually about 20-odd lines into the page. I was making a comment on this … Continue reading

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BarCamp Blackpool – Rocks!

I’ve never been to Blackpool before, so when the excuse of BarCamp Blackpool came along, I jumped at the chance. And since it’s a long way away, and the BarCamp was only on for one day, we took the opportunity … Continue reading

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Property Is Theft

19th-Century French politician Pierre-Joseph Proudhon might have coined the phrase, but it’s still pretty relevent today. As a soon-to-be-freelance web designer and photographer, I was particularly alarmed to read Sion Touhig’s piece at The Register, about how the glut of … Continue reading

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