Category Archives: technology

Tate Modern’s multimedia guide – a review

 I am voraciously hungry for knowledge. My (almost) 40 year old brain has likely had enough of the input, given how hard it is to remember anything these days. Yet, I still keep trying to feed it more, usually in vain. … Continue reading

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My Pastry Box article on the speed of our industry and how we treat clients

Back in February(!) I wrote this article for the Pastry Box project; re-posting here for posterity. When I think about what it means to be a craftsman, I think about my friend Jon; he builds houses. He’ll probably do that … Continue reading

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Do computers cause dead parrots?

At a train station a few weeks ago I hit a wall of bureaucracy that enraged me beyond my usual breaking point. I had booked a ticket on the web, and at the collection machines, I was issued only half … Continue reading

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Apps…. extinction ahead?

A couple of weeks ago I had the good fortune to attend the first designpush - working with some designers and some developer folks from chrome+mozilla. Our chosen topic was the emerging standard for webintents (follow that link for a better summary … Continue reading

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