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Goodbye from Analogue76

A note to clarify that the Analogue76 web consultancy no longer exists. If you have contacted me with work enquiries or viewed blog posts on this site thank you for your interest. Read more →

All that is solid melts into air

Notes on a session at The HIghland Fling web conference in Edinburgh that have turned into a rather long reflection on the disruptive economic impact of increasingly rapid technological change. Read more →

A new design, again

A few quiet weeks have given me the opportunity to get round to redesigning this website. For some time I've wanted something that made bolder use of imagery and text. Hence this new look, with its prominent masthead banners and generous font sizes. Read more →

Impact48 hack weekend

I was glad to participate in the second Impact48 weekend a few days ago, which took place in the opulent Attacat offices on George Street. In addition to enjoying fine views of the castle and agreeable cake, we sought to employ our collective web related skills to the development of useful new online applications for the Edinburgh Cyrenians. Read more →

The promise and limits of civic hacking

The hack weekends organised by Impact48 exemplify one of the most interesting emerging uses of web technology: the design of innovative new channels for the delivery of public and charitable services. Read more →

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