There is a fair chance Professor Einstein never actually said this but it remains a great quote and sums up how I feel about my latest idea! Now I’m back working in Bristol I’ve been thinking a lot about whether to get back involved in the local digital community — either by helping with an existing meet-up … Continue reading A minimal viable meet-up?
Just the fact that the Bristol Cable exists is an achievement worthy of praise but the fact that it is fast becoming a really interesting publication beyond its origins and operating model is something that should really be celebrated. For those who don’t know the Bristol Cable describes itself as; ..a media co-operative — created and owned … Continue reading Bristol Cable
As part of the Bristol is Open initiative the Council has released an API providing access to all manner of local transport data including live bus times. Given the complexity of the public transport environment in the city this is no mean feat and the team should be applauded. The thing is though does the … Continue reading The Hello, World! of open data development
Last night was the second Ignite Bristol - this one taking place at the Tobacco Factory Theatre rather than the Polish Club where I spoke at the first event. This did rather represent a general step up for the entire event - it was MUCH bigger this time with a crowd of over 200 people … Continue reading Ignite Bristol 2 #ignbrzl
I briefly mentioned Bristwestival in an earlier post but I think its a big enough to justify a whole post of its own! I have purchased my ticket (along with about 25 others at this point) and was especially pleased to see the venue is the Lanes, a new bowling alley/diner/night club hybrid in the … Continue reading Bristwestival