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Brought to you from Pretty Things, 4 Park Place, Horsham RH12 1DG: France says there is Nil Point in Trois Strikes Piracy isnt killing creativity after all. Coinmap , the map of all Bitcoin locations. Winklevoss Twins buy into Bitcoin. Maker Spaces and Public Libraries.
Brought to you from The Kemptown Trading Post & Coffee Shop, 28 St Georges Road, Brighton, East Sussex BN2 1ED. The conversation this morning includes: Niks Google Age Issues Israel and Iran: A love story? (TED video by Ronny Edry) Google Glasses and the Social Contract App.Nets wrong direction Libraries the make space of tommorow […]
On the day that Nik couldn’t find anywhere to park in Brighton: Bitcoin adoption remains on trend. UK ISP Filtering blocks legitimate websites. And we all know how well Filtering works dont we Dave ? A Freemarket Fix for the copyright racket. Consumer profiles tell Advertisers who you were , not who you will be. […]
On the day that Andy left his parking slip in the car: Bitcoin marches onwards as WordPress accepts payment As a payment system Bitcoin will not go away Sinofsky is Offski but where goes Windows 8 ? Small Firms easy prey for Security Concerns Prime Minister David Cameron considers more pointless legislation. Niks getting angry […]
On the day that Andy wan’t ill, the moon was in the correct phase, a bazooka attack didn’t happen down Andy’s road, and therefore it was possible to do a show: UK Govt to Subsidize Rural Broadband Why do we have a Tax payer backed Tech City organisation? the UK Govt come down in favour […]
On the day that we wore the cloud (i.e. it pissed down): Finland looks to crowd source democracy a little more. Social Media National Identity Cards. German Internet Exchange peaking towards 2TB overnight data. Facebook suspends photo data from Facial tagging. Unphased by this Facebook want us to become snitches. Travis Luedeke author of The […]
On the day that Nik discovered a new cafe: The US refuses to hand over the internets Never mind though as ISPs throttle connections for Torrents Probably because 3 strikes is failing for the industry We can probably blame the terrorists Recorded at Bread and Milk, Trafalgar Street, Brighton
On the day that Andy was late to Horsham – thanks to the roadworks on the A23: Facebook abstainers may be suspicious Chat can Overthrow a Govt. Myths about Real Names Tweets are Holidng up the Games Alex Day breaks rules Record Labels protect only themselves Recorded at New House Farm Cafe, Horsham.
On the day that it rained (again) – but at least the Olympic torch is coming to Brighton: [PDF] A Recommendation to use Email as a Social Network . Def Lepard finding a copyright loophole. Will BYOD be the next ‘thing’ to spawn gurus and experts ? Evernote and Pocket fast becoming my goto tools […]