Our libraries have wonderful maps!
By luck more than design we had not one but two fantastic presentations from national libraries.
Nevertheless, I've stumbled across another small reminder where game is less 'fun and games' and bit more 'gaming the system'. And in one of my . . .
Much to my shame, I've tried a few times to get blogging. I never stuck at it properly. Come to think of it - two main reasons:
- Twitter - you CAN say so much with 140 characters, and very easily too;
- I'm yet to learn how to bang out short, to-the point, bitesize posts.
One of the last attempts is over there at Wordpress. It's . . .
Lots happened in 2013. On reflection I've got mixed feelings. It feels a bit like a 2-2 football game. Albeit one of those draws at a tough away ground that could yet prove decisive in the title run-in.
For now, though, there are the four strongest impressions I've took from 2013. I've tried to pull in one each from different . . .
This morning I came across these two humble contributions to the genre on Nestoria:
The originals are fairly straightforward, but our resize sharpen pipeline seems to trip . . .
The best way to ascertain if a discipline is mainstream is to gauge the depth of controversy on related meetups. By this measure and based on 10th eBay Tech Talk,
it's safe to say that product management is well and truly established. To the point that it is if not outright boring, then at least pleasantly predictable.
Tech Talk - all . . .
Geomob October 2013
To claim that there is a single unifying theme behind Geomob speaker roster
would probably be an overstatement. Yet, if there was a common thread between the three out of six talks on last night's even, it would be Harry Beck and his London Underground map.
The focal point was certainly excellent talk by dr. Maxwell Roberts on rethinking . . .
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