Monthly Archives: May 2007

Technophobic seniors: include them or boot them out?

Was just sent this link to an article about a phone designed for baby boomers. I read the article and the intention seems very noble – designing a phone for technophobes (and possibly the infirm?) – the whole experience of using the phone seems to have been considered with full support from an online interface […]

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Online eco-warriors

My friend Claire has Flickr set illustrating the effect sand dredging is having on the Gower Coast. We are a funny bunch us humans, the way we just consume without thinking. As I have said before: reduce, reuse, recycle!

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Blogging

At some point or another those who blog and those who read blogs end up having some sort of dialogue (internal or external) about blogging. The Voice’s workplace has recently launched a blog. (Though, as it allows no comment, I would argue that it is more of an archive of articles.) And, as a clever […]

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