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Everyware. Bring it on.

February 1, 2008


I love it when people as influential as Tim O’Reilly blog about stuff which really floats my boat. I’m an enormous fan of the concept of Everyware – the ubiquitous web – augmented reality – the spime – the whole notion of accessing the web from the “real” world, not just from a desktop PC. […]

Museum directory v2.0

July 3, 2007


In my previous post about the “museum directory” I built at UK Museums on the Web mashup day, I mentioned a museum address CSV file from the 24hr Museum which I planned to put use at a later date. The original source I had contained *really* dodgy data and only about 380 institutions – I’d […]

#1 Live from Mashed Museum

June 21, 2007


Well, we’ve started.. Everyone found the building which was a good start…and Ross bought a bunch of sweets, which is also proving a boon. Top dollar organisational skills from the man – we’ve decamped upstairs to where there’s a stronger wifi signal and all seems to be groovy. We’re even spoilt with 2 machines each…almost […]

Object locating: have you done it?

June 2, 2007


I’ve been very interested for some time in how you might go about tracking objects around a space, but I haven’t yet had a conversation with anyone in a museum who has actually done it. This could well be because it isn’t yet do-able, or more likely I just haven’t found the right people to […]