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25th July 2008

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Summer Blockbusters

25th July 2008

Well we’ve had the big 3 and here is Phil Gooii’s Unofficial Scorecard. Ironman – 8/10 The Incredible Hulk – 7/10 The Dark Knight – 10/10 It’s enough to make me want to buy a Blu-Ray player, but not quite.

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Interactive Wiiteboard [SIC]

23rd April 2008

Using a remote controller from the Nintendo Wii and few dollars of additional hardware, new tech genius Johhny Lee has produced an Interactive Whiteboard for under $50. This could prove a very cost effective way of getting interactive whiteboards into schools around the world. He’s also produced a 3-D head mounted viewer which is equally…

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23rd April 2008

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Bird Box Project 2008

23rd April 2008

Bird Box is back. The SEGfL Bird box project is providing schools with an opportunity to share video and data streams collected from nesting boxes fitted with video cameras and other data gathering equipment. Bird Box Project 2008 is underway and is already shaping up to be the best year yet. To find out more…

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‘Who Do We Think We Are?’ Site Goes Live

1st April 2008

The ‘Who Do We Think We Are?’ educational programme engages primary and secondary school teachers in the exploration of identity, diversity and citizenship with children and young people – in their schools, local communities and nationally. The project follows the recent Curriculum Review on Diversity and Citizenship, undertaken by Sir Keith Ajegbo, which recommended that…

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19th March 2008

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Nicky’s First Marathon

19th March 2008

I’ve signed up to run the Robin Hood Marathon on September 14th. I’ll be raising money for SALVE International (www.salveinternational.org) via a fundraising page, which I’ll set up in the next few weeks.

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18th March 2008

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Back In The Zone

18th March 2008

This post on the lifehacker blog was interesting. Intentionally leaving something small and obvious broken so that it’s easier to get back into the groove when you come back to it after lunch, for example. I have done this in the past and it seems to work. Leave something small undone for a quick restart

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13th March 2008

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Neil Young

13th March 2008

I went to see Neil Young play the Manchester Apollo yesterday and rumour has it this year may be his last ever visit to the UK. The gig’s first half was a solo acoustic trip, where Young dithered around the stage, often appearing lost, before selecting which instrument to play his next song. I suspect…

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4th March 2008

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Brooker’s Blog

4th March 2008

I’ve been enjoying reading Charlie Brooker’s blog on the Guardian, if you enjoyed his Screenwipe program you’ll likely find it raises a smile too. www.guardian.co.uk/profile/charliebrooker

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4th March 2008

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V Festival

4th March 2008

Well, I swore 2 years ago would be my last V, but oooops I did it again. Nothing overly inspiring on the main stages yet, hopefully some of the smaller tents will deliver as the lineup is finalised. www.vfestival.com

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28th February 2008

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House Blog

28th February 2008

Anyone who is interested in our ongoing house renovation fiasco, see: http://housespouse.blogspot.com/ (I will update it this week.. if I get a spare minute)

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