Thursday, June 29, 2006

Later today there should be a guide to other blogs that I work on or at least a diagram as part of my learn9 website. This is about learning so one current idea is to make the blogs at least appear more coherent. I have tended to just start another one and then not continue.

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

I think this is the best blog to use as a base.

For the next couple of days at least. There will be some clarification on what is in which blog.

This weekend coming up could have been the Lost Vagueness main event of the summer and close to Exeter. One benefit would have been that Psand could well have attended and shown the effective use of satellite broadband etc. Obviously they don't tour all summer long just to help techno awareness but the occasion could have been a focus.

I tried to rehearse last weekend, just to get ready. Still in drift mode however. Not sure what it is about the middle of summer. If that is what this is. Lots of daylight anyway. It may be a time for reflection, maybe sudden action when assumptions shift.

Tomorrow is Billy Wilder's birthday. Time to get ready or update the site.

This is the reference site. At least for the next few days. In the USA if you can find TCM on cable then you will get the original and best Lost Weekend.

Friday, June 16, 2006

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This seems to be working ok so far. Just downloaded a new version of Picassa. It seems to offer me a choice of which blog to put a photo into.

This photo is from the Globe. Not off topic for wifi as in theory any sound or image could be anywhere at any time. Actually the wise people you meet at the Globe are convinced that live television is usually a mistake. Why not spend a few days in a studio with an edit suite and get rid of the nonsense? Then again, why don't I just stay home anyway? Posted by Picasa

Monday, June 05, 2006

David Tebbutt reports in Information World Review about the 'Innovate Europe' event last month. Load up video from your mobile, attach a projector etc. Not yet ready for distribution, but interesting as a sign of what is possible. Another reason to widen the scope of this blog to mobility in general.

Meanwhile there is already some interest in my attempt at a Swicki on 'ubiquity'. I came across 'swickis' trying to find out more about web 2.0. When you start one you can select a cloud of words and prioritise your own site as well as choosing other ones. So this 'wifi-Exeter' site may turn up as an example of ubiquity. I have included 'Korea' as I found out about 'ubiquity' through OhmyNews and 'Psand' as they are mostly mobile over the summer at least.