Monthly Archives: April 2009

Ada Lovelace at be2campnorth

I am delighted that Suw Charman-Anderson (Social Techology Consultant, Guardian writer and twitter-er) will be talking at be2campnorth on the 15th May in Liverpool on the inspiration of Ada Lovelace   (Well actually Suw will be presenting from home via … Continue reading

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HIP blog and tweets

Prompted by a tweet from Paul this morning I have been reading back through the excellent informative posts on his HipConsultant Blog In addition, since the end of 2008 HIP-Consultant.co.uk has been on twitter to Update followers with articles published both on our blog … Continue reading

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be2camp north shapes up

Interested in the Built Environment?  Not sure about Web 2.0, social media, blogs, Twitter and the like? Then Be2camp North is the event for you. Following on from the world’s first Web 2.0 construction event, in London in October 2008, … Continue reading

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sustainability now champion

Phil Clarke at Building Mag @zerochamp has asked me to be a  champion for the forthcoming Building magazine’s Sustainability Now virtual event taking place 13 and 14 May. Still awaiting details, but I will be online in the discussion lounge on the 14th … Continue reading

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fm2.0 wordle

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construction the future report wordle

Wordle image created for Constructing the Future Report 08/09

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twittering on as @fairsnape

An explantion as to why I have taken the decision to switch to a new twitter account; I have long suffered with @martinbrown account which has had problems in not being able to contribute to #hashtags, random hit and miss … Continue reading

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