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15 July 2014

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  1. AirPair | World’s Best Software Experts

    I like this idea - screenshare and video call with an expert in a particular thing. Not cheap, but possibly cheaper than getting someone in for a whole day. Their d3.js guy has answered most of my Stack Overflow questions very well.

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  • philgyford’s avatar

    @holgate The ones who’ll still be MPs, anyway.

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    @tomcoates I hope someone tots up the experience, time and cost it took to create any of those “classic logos” they use as examples.

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    @blech If this was a proper ARG then I’d just about be able to see something interesting through the trees in Streetview…

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @blech Assuming you’re not near easy maps, Cairngorms National Park.

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @futuraprime Just looking at the examples, I don’t *think* so… that seems to concentrate on columns, rather than neat rows…

  • philgyford’s avatar

    Bending CSS to my will with JavaScript:

    function makeThemLineUpNormallyInRowsWhyIsThisSoHard() { … };

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    @markcridge @BSD Congratulations!

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    Diane Abbot (L), Steven Baker (C), Caroline Lucas (G), Jeremy Corbyn (L), Mark Durkan (SDLP), Peter Wishart (SNP) good. Jack Straw can go f

  • philgyford’s avatar

    Packed* House of Commons for discussion of the DRIP bill. (*Not packed.)

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    It’s good that women are now entitled to sit in Parliament as unelected representatives of a religion.

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    @helendmeyourear Pop-up Post Offices staffed by men with beards selling hand-made stamps and delivery by penny farthing.

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  • D_Nye_Griffiths’s avatar

    MPs talking about data often come across like Jen from the IT crowd. Tight-lipped, nervously verbose, unsure if they're being mocked...