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Contents
Orbit Tower blogging the Olympics and Paralympics
Embedding Videos from Facebook
Google+ For Musicians
When will Google+ allow people to add their own feeds?
Understanding the latest Facebook scam
Some things I can’t do on the ipad 2 yet.
The Cooperative movement was born out a mixture of radical socialism and paternalist philanthropy

Orbit Tower blogging the Olympics and Paralympics

Blogging the Orbit Tower during the Olympic Games and Paralympics For the duration of the London 2012 Olympic Games and the run up to the Olympics and Paralympics I’ve been blogging daily over at The Orbit Tower  1 . It’s … Continue reading

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Embedding Videos from Facebook

If your video camera operator (thanks to Linda) has turned their apparatus sideways, the resulting portrait styled video works better uploaded to facebook and embedded than it does on youTube. As discovered over on http://andyroberts.me/havering-folk-club/the-rowan-tree-song-at-haverfolk-for-cloudstreet-guest-night   Technorati Tags: Andyroberts, embedding videos, … Continue reading

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Google+ For Musicians

The suggested possible circles are an interesting starting point. When people start to “add” you on G+, they are just names, and you can’t see their circles, so how will you know which circle of yours to put them into? … Continue reading

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When will Google+ allow people to add their own feeds?

When if at all, will Google+ allow people to add their own RSS feeds? Friendfeed took off when rooms were added, harnessing the power of the so-called social interest graph, but it started to lose appeal again when they allowed … Continue reading

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Some things I can’t do on the ipad 2 yet.

So this is an experimental blog post feeding the output from a mind map directly via email to the blog. The mind map software is ithoughtsHD as recommended by Ed Dale and MacSparky, and it’s an addition to one I … Continue reading

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The Cooperative movement was born out a mixture of radical socialism and paternalist philanthropy

The Cooperative movement was born out a mixture of radical socialism and paternalist philanthropy during a period of upheavals and change. It was a group called The Rochdale Pioneers who established the first successful co-operative in 1844, starting a revolution … Continue reading

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