Tag Archive: augmented reality

Apr 23 2012

From dead pigeons and a statue of King Kong to civil engineering

With attendees including three Expert Panel Chairs, staff from the ICE Library and an ICE past President (logging in online from Scotland), the Institution of Civil Engineers’ Wikipedia workshop (post), which took place on Friday, certainly captured some influential eyes and ears. And presenter Andy Mabbett opened attendees’ eyes to far more than just the online “encyclopaedia …

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May 18 2011

“Talking” at Sustainability Now

Tomorrow lunchtime (12.30pm BST), I will be facilitating a conversation at the UBM online event Sustainability Now on “Can technology and social media help us interact better with the areas we live and work in?” I have been a participant in all previous Sustainability Now events (the first one was run in July 2008 – …

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Jun 14 2010

QR codes

At the end of a busy day in and around London last Thursday, I dashed off to the Russell Square, London headquarters of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations for the latest in a series of CIPR Social Summer camps. About two dozen people met to talk about public relations and mobile devices, stimulated by …

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Jan 05 2010

Socially mobile

When looking to replace my old mobile ‘phone late last year, I used Twitter and blogs to get some user feedback on the option at the top of my shortlist (a productive process that included a long and helpful review of the many pros and a few cons of my choice from one friend). As …

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