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BBC BigScreens

October 26, 2011

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It all started, as it often does these days, with a tweet: From Louise Angell (@louise_angell) #bbcbigscreens are keen to hear from developers/artists interested in creating interactive games & apps for our platform. Get in touch! – (19 Oct 2011) At that time, I was already talking with a number of interesting people about creating […]

Geek-lore

October 22, 2011

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Wired recently blogged about the ‘9 essential geek books’. I think their definition of geek is biased towards maths and technology but this isn’t surprising, or something that they should be critised for. Mia Ridge posed this question: ‘what book would you give someone to read to understand your geek mind?’ is an interesting question […]

Comment on “What is that beautiful house?” by James Stewart on 03/10/2011 (http://digital.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/2011/10/03/beautiful-house/)

October 3, 2011

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A comment I placed on What is that beautiful house? by James Stewart on 03/10/2011 In my defence, I find it hard to write well in comment boxes and I admit my tone here has come out harsh! After reading your points about the ‘cost’ of development, I would like to illustrate a number of […]