I really liked this – taking every day objects, and by adding some wire bringing them to life in a whole new way. Something I’ll keep in mind, and may have a go at.
Archive for January, 2011
Posted by Paul Smith on 27 January 2011
Posted by Tom Gidden on 16 January 2011
Posted by Martin Poulter on 15 January 2011
This week we celebrate ten years of the world’s free encyclopedia. The official birthday is today, being celebrated at hundreds of get-togethers as well as online events. Sue Gardner, Executive Director of the Wikimedia Foundation, has a round-up of some of the more interesting media coverage, including a remarkable column by the vice-president of Oxford University Press and Lifehacker’s How Wikipedia Can Make You A More Tolerant Person.
Earlier in the week, Jimmy Wales came to Bristol to two talks, one at the Cathedral School and a public talk at the University of Bristol’s Victoria Rooms. Lots of video, public discussion and media interviews emerged from the day. Below is a ten-minute video interview for BBC Focus magazine, conducted in the Watershed. Read the rest of this entry »