Monthly Archives: May 2010

UDS Maverick

I’m here at the Maverick Ubuntu Developer Summit for a couple of days. It’s been a great experience so far, and the quality of the discussion has been outstanding. I’m primarily here to listen in on the Ubuntu on ARM … Continue reading

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Cycling

In honour of my new bike, here’s a bunch of bike links: www.waterscape.com/in-your-area/london maps.camdencyclists.org.uk/allroutes/ www.bikemap.net/route/437398 in particular looks interesting and in general www.bikemap.net/ london.cyclestreets.net/ seems way better than the TFL cycle route planner www.sustrans.org.uk/ also got stuff from them in … Continue reading

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Slick units

What’s the standard measurement unit for leaking oil? Whatever’s the most sensational. For example: “Should the rig leak, officials estimate that up to 336,000 gallons of oil a day could be released.” – 23rd April 2010, http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/8639857.stm “Some 1,000 barrels … Continue reading

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Flash the future

There’s been some truly fascinating shifts in the world of computing, mobile and the technology ecosystem over the last few weeks. Here’s just a few links that sum up where things are going. Firstly, the much-circulated, oft-quoted “The real reason … Continue reading

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