A rainy day, lost luggage and tangled Christmas tree lights

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  1. A rainy day, lost luggage and tangled Christmas tree lights

    Clearleft’s Cennydd Bowles on why a little personality in technology would go a long way. Recorded in Brighton at Skillswap on Speed on Wednesday 29th October 2009.

    A follow-up blog post here: http://www.cennydd.co.uk/2008/why-is-technology-so-dull/.

    —Huffduffed by skillswap

  2. When Zeppelins Ruled The Earth

    Simon Willison on the history of the UK and US airship programmes. With laughs. Seriously.

    Recorded in Brighton at Skillswap on Speed on Wednesday 29th October 2009.

    —Huffduffed by paulrobertlloyd

  3. When Zeppelins Ruled The Earth

    Simon Willison on the history of the UK and US airship programmes. With laughs. Seriously.

    Recorded in Brighton at Skillswap on Speed on Wednesday 29th October 2009.

    —Huffduffed by skillswap

  4. Tempo

    Cathy Jones exploring the concept of tempo within user-experience design.

    Recorded in Brighton at Skillswap on Speed on Wednesday 29th October 2009.

    —Huffduffed by boxman

  5. Why do children go to school?

    Jenni Lloyd asks why it actually is that children go to school.

    Recorded in Brighton at Skillswap on Speed on Wednesday 29th October 2009.

    —Huffduffed by skillswap

  6. Why do children go to school?

    Jenni Lloyd asks why it actually is that children go to school.

    Recorded in Brighton at Skillswap on Speed on Wednesday 29th October 2009.

    —Huffduffed by PlanningQueen

  7. Square eyes and blue faces

    The world is stuffed with data and we’re becoming dependent on screens. What alternatives do we have, and why should we care? A talk by Ben Bashford at Skillswap Brighton.

    —Huffduffed by skillswap

  8. The data will improve rockets

    Narratives shape our journeys through data, and those stories don’t have to be complicated to have a huge impact. All you have to do is think about your audience – your companions – and where you want to take them.

    —Huffduffed by skillswap

  9. Printing trains

    Using technology to bring user centricity to the physical world of hobbies.

    —Huffduffed by skillswap

  10. Atoms are hard

    Dan Williams wades through the trough of disillusionment of the Internet of Things.

    —Huffduffed by skillswap