Plain Sailing

The good ship Triton has been back in port for a day (no site down time was required, hey this is an analogy) for a spruce up and refitting with some new technology. I have been removing the barnacles from … Continue reading

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Casting the first bell

A picture tells a thousand words, which in theory means I don’t need to write a blog post. Rather than putting myself out of work, the Politics Inspires team has devised and developed a series of plugins to allow for … Continue reading

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Ned Ludd – The first futurologist

I grew up one village over from where Ned Ludd may well have been born – there is a belief that he may well have been fictional. The machines destroyed by Ludd – stocking frames – where the beginning part … Continue reading

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Keeping the door open – final Ripple workshop

This was the fifth and final workshop in the programme of support offered by the Ripple project. The topic was sustainability and future collaboration in OER. In addition to this, and in response to previous requests from project partners, there … Continue reading

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Gambling against Kierkegaard

“Leap of faith” is a weird phrase. The wikipedia article for “leap of faith” spends a lot of time discussing Kierkegaard – who the article admits never used the phrase. Other sources attribute it back to John Wycliffe and Latin … Continue reading

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