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Euro Foo Camp: Ben Hammersley - Better Living Through RSS

Debonair man-about-town Ben Hammersley talking about what he's been squeezing into RSS.

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In Talks on 21 August 2004. Permalink

Euro Foo Camp: Matt Webb - Brain Hacks

Matt Webb entertains the crowd with his descriptions of experiments on psychology undergraduates. Funny and interesting stuff.

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In Talks on 21 August 2004. Permalink

Euro Foo Camp: Steve Coast - OpenTextBook & OpenStreetMap

Steve Coast (physics student at UCL) on OpenTextBook and OpenStreetMap both of which could do with more collaborators. The latter is especially interesting to me, and it'd be fun to be involved (time allowing).

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In Talks on 21 August 2004. Permalink

Euro Foo Camp: Jo Walsh - Literate Programming

Jo Walsh started a discussion about what literate programming is, how practical it is, what we can do with it. Although it's interesting stuff, it was a small group and I kept drifting off as people grasped at the vagaries. So these notes only really capture the less vague moments when I was also paying more attention.

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In Talks on 21 August 2004. Permalink

Euro Foo Camp: Tomas Krag & John Naughton - Digital Divide

A small group for this one...

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In Talks on 21 August 2004. 1 comment. Permalink

Euro Foo Camp: Simon Wardley - 3D Printing

Wardley and his two Canon colleagues aren't working in this (I think) but have been interested in this for a few years. This stuff is all so close now...

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In Talks on 22 August 2004. 5 comments. Permalink

DIY Design

Last week I went to ‘DIY Design’, the St Bride Library conference 2010. It was two days of talks about design, printing and typography, “celebrating the work of all those who have chosen to do things differently.” Here’s more or less what I scribbled down…

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In Talks on 3 June 2010. 1 comment. Permalink