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GENERIC NUMERICAL METADATA for Meta Views of Big Business and Very Big Science Data

Mashing up the best of the best seems to be the challenge of our time. Yesterday I met Charles Brewer who is remarkably likeminded in terms of ‘where we are at’ and ‘where we need to go’, as humanity evolves … Continue reading

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SMART Knowledge Portals as New Instruments of Investigation – for lifelong learning and education

Why is it so rare for me to be understood and believed? Why do more people like my poetry than the potential of my software? When will my idea of Smart Knowledge Portals see the light of day? In a … Continue reading

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MIGHT I become a TED Fellow and give the talk of my life for 18 minutes?

Anybody vaguely interested in computing will have heard about TED talks [Technology, Entertainment, Design]. I recently met a  TED Fellow at a meeting of Women in Technology who said that applications for TED Fellows have opened. And thus I filled in … Continue reading

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More success with crowdfunding than the Technology Strategy Board?

My frustration with the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) has boiled over after attending the last workshop: sooo much effort for so many people and eventually 10 projects may get £60,000… While I have my application for a Mobile Image Explorer … Continue reading

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