Jeff Nolan's take on innovation, entrepreneurship, tech and stuff that interests me
I saw a demo of this today, impressive. Through IBM’s enterprise mashup maker QEDWiki, Strikelron will provide its data and live data tools to make it easier for the development of mashups. Operating from a set of data widgets, these can be moved directly into the QEDWiki editor using drag’n’drop technology for faster implementation. The [...]
I wrote about this a while back, hopefully it’s a trend… I’ve just about had it with the nanny state approach to protecting me. The council of the western German town of Bohmte have decided to try dramatic measures to reduce the number of car accidents. Following the example of Drachten in the Netherlands, all [...]
This is great, once I figured out that I didn’t have to text the actual food… via Lemons’s Twitter Feed. Text a food to 411511 & it will text you 3 wine pairing suggestions.
This sounds like a really cool conference. I very much like the fact that it is being promoted through Facebook as a FB event, and the registration process is through a Facebook application. Aside from showing a commitment to Facebook itself, it’s a real world test case for the viral aspects… I found it through [...]
There’s some really good advice in this post for web designers about managing clients, but interestingly enough I thought back to a recent experience hiring a Drupal design firm and found the advice here cuts both ways. The continuing growth of Web 2.0 startups means designers can expect to be approached by a lot more [...]
Hugh pens a winner, but it’s so subtle that if you are not a British taxpayer you probably won’t get it…