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21st August 2015 | By:

Optimising Filemaker ESS SQL Queries

Anyone who has worked with Filemaker at length has at some point run into performance issues with queries and batch operations taking longer than we would like them to. One of the challenges for anyone with experience working directly with… Continue

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3rd July 2015 | By:

Technology Sharing in the Third Sector

Over the past few years we’ve ended up doing some of our most fascinating, and rewarding work, for UK charities across a number of different areas. It wasn’t a sector we’d proactively worked in previously, and it has been interesting to learn… Continue

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29th June 2015 | By:

Making the Internet of Things (IOT) Affordable

I attended a seminar co-hosted by Howarth Lynch and Concirrus entitled ‘Making the Internet of Things (IOT) Affordable’ last Thursday, conveniently held at the Markel offices in the Walkie Talkie building. When I came across the invite by email, I was… Continue

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16th June 2015 | By:

Taking to the skies

Most people who know me, know that I don’t like flying. It’s one of those things that I do because I have to, but no matter how much I try and rationalise the risks and tell myself I’m actually in… Continue

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11th June 2015 | By:

Literature Censorship in China

I recently attended a talk by Professor Michel Hockx, Director of the SOAS China Institute, titled ‘Inside The Great Firewall: Internet Literature in China'[1]. I didn’t know exactly what to expect, and part of the intrigue was understanding more about China’s online ‘world’,… Continue

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24th December 2014 | By:

What is the future of the Beat Bullying technology?

For anyone following the developments that have recently unfolded at the Beat Bullying Group charity, the past week was a particularly busy one. With the first creditors meeting scheduled for Friday (21st November), it was the first time ‘outsiders’ really… Continue

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8th December 2014 | By:

Inside Rolls Royce – Saatchi Gallery London

The 'Inside Rolls Royce' exhibition is quite possibly the first example I've come across of a truly interactive exhibition - and one that delivered on its promise. Before jumping in to the fascinating history behind Rolls Royce, and the exquisite… Continue