Monthly Archives: September 2008

throwing eco sheep

At the time I heard the Radio 4 news report on Tim O’Reilly, founder and CEO of O’Reilly Media,  that we should use the Web for more important things than throwing sheep, and read the ExtranetEvolution blog, I also read … Continue reading

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picture that tells a 1000 words

This is cool. This image, easily generated at Nokia Barcode Generator site contains links to my site. Anyone with a barcode reader can zap the images and instantly ‘read’ the information and save to contacts. Also works with text and … Continue reading

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UKGBC task group too important to be so narrow?

The UK Green Building Council (UK-GBC) has announced the panel of experts that will shape the Code for Sustainable Buildings to complement the government’s consultation on its target to make all new buildings zero-carbon from 2019. The task group comprises: • Bill … Continue reading

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does the built environment ‘get’ the web?

CEO’s do not ‘get’ the web, according to the last of four articles in today’s Telegraph that reviewed Steve Tappin and Andrew Cave’s book The Secrets of CEOs and looked at the emerging web3.0 and its impact on business. Web3.0 … Continue reading

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future of conference – 2

My earlier post on the future of conferences being of a barcamp, open, participation nature has been picked up by Conference Bay – with a useful list of how to unconference elements of mainstream conferences. The feature doesn’t deal with … Continue reading

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be2camp badges

show your support with be2camp badges now available from  (Each badge will link you through to the different sections of the be2camp site, ie attendees, agenda, speakers etc.

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the built environment twitters

There has been a welcomed increase in Twitter from uk construction recently. New to this world is: the UK construction magazine Construction News has a twitter @CNplus with deputy editor Nina Lovelace having a twitter account at @nina_lovelace New Civil … Continue reading

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