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Once upon a time my taxi was overtaken by an ambulance. There was an emergency in Welwyn Garden City. The thing with ambulances and police cars and fire engines is that you see the lights and you hear the sirens, but the data from your senses usually triggers only a motor response (get out of […]

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It has taken me 17 months to row just over 1000 kilometers. I know this because I started recording my rows on Daytum back in January 2011. Daytum is a simple data collection and visualisation application that was co-founded by Nicholas Felton – he of the personal annual reports and the Facebook timeline design. I […]

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Hats off to the BBC for its series The Story Of Science. I stumbled upon it tonight and ended up a happy licence fee payer. Tonight’s first episode, presented in a passionate and accessible way by Michael Mosley, looked at the history of our understanding of the physical machinations of the solar system and the […]

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