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I thought I’d try out Getty Images’ new embed feature. So here is a view of Aberdeen. ♠
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I STARTED editing ChannelBiz a few weeks ago – TechEye continues… ♠
WENT to an Intel gig last night at the Bloomsbury Ballroom – covered it in TechEye yesterday.
The biggest problem any journalist have was not solved by Albert Einstein. If there’s an infinite amount of space to fill, do you have the time? The Tantrarajatantra is quite illuminating about this, if you’ve the time to read it.
After ducking out of the Intel conference because we were feeling a bit peckish, we proceeded in an easterly direction to Lamb’s Conduit Passage, there to the Dolphin to quaff a few ales with our old mate Tony Dennis.
Opposite the Dolphin is The Enterprise, on Red Lion Street. On Red Lion Street is Conway Hall, an emblem of the ethical society, free thinking and humanism. The last time I was in the Dolphin it was with David Tibet and Dadaji. David Hall might have been there too… The former had a skeletal hand on his belt and a Tibetan thighbone trumpet, and many a piercing around his ears. Dadaji was dressed in full ceremonial Nath regalia. Dave Tibet said to me quietly: “It’s a bit embarrassing being in a pub with a man dressed like a sadhu.”
How we laughed. ♥
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JEEPERS, CREEPERS, where did you get those peepers? Jeepers, creepers, where did you get those eyes?
And so JAM IT Media – that’s J(ames), A(llan) and M(ike) started a UK tech site today called www.techeye.net. We’re hoping it’s going to be sort of the All Seeing Eye on technology.