Thursday, 9 September 2010
Friday, 26 February 2010
There's a talk on the 4th March in Bristol that should be interesting. Well, I would think so because I suggested that it happen. Rob van Kranenburg is coming to talk about Living in the Internet of Things, looking at the potential impact of the "near invisible network of radio frequency identification tags (RFID) [that] is being deployed on many consumer items. These chips can connect to the Internet in an instant, creating a global network of physical objects or the 'internet of things'. Is this the ultimate convenience in supply-chain management, the ultimate tool in future surveillance, or the real enabler for a grassroot local new politics?"
Tickets are £6.50 full, £5.00 concessions.
The following day Rob is participating in a one-day symposium, Pervasive/Invasive, at the Digital Cultures Research Centre which will be a day of presentation and discussion on ethical issues around pervasive media. The aim of the day will be to develop some principles for consideration by designers and application developers. Outcomes of the day will be appearing on the DCRC website, and I will put links to any publications here too.
Thursday, 18 February 2010
"Blippy is a fun and easy way to see and discuss the things people are buying"
Register a credit card and all your purchases will be posted to the site for comment about your decision. Of course, you could just register one card and then buy only the sort of things that you want your friends to know about.
Friday, 5 February 2010
Wednesday, 13 January 2010
Tuesday, 29 December 2009
Tuesday, 17 November 2009
"Staff at one of the UK's major mobile phone companies sold on millions of records from thousands of customers, the information watchdog says.
Christopher Graham told the BBC that brokers had bought the data and sold it on to other phone firms, who called the customers as contracts neared expiry."
You just can't get the staff.