I recently attended a talk by Bruce Lawson from Opera at the London Web meetup group. It proved to be an interesting insight into HTML 5 and the future of the web, including some interesting audience questions near the end.
I’ve used a few handheld devices over the years, and as there are a few more on the market now, but I’m wondering whether any of them are as efficient as they could be.
Swype launched a new beta programme recently for their unique swyping keyboard. I decided to install the software on my HTC Hero and since then I’ve been trying to get used to the new way of typing on touch screen mobile phones.
I’ve been riding a motorcycle since May 2010 and loving every minute of it (except for freezing temperatures!). I wanted something to affirm what i was learning and improve my understanding of the bike, road position and handling.
In the latest of Seth Godin’s books, Linchpin, he attempts to explain a new view on the world of work involving emotional labour, giving gifts, creating art and drawing maps. And it’s extremely interesting and thought prevoking!
I didn’t really read much as a kid. There were always far more interesting things to do. It’s only since I left university the first time (ironically), that I really started to get involved with books. It all started with a Christmas present about 5 years ago. The Art of Innovation, from IDEO’s Tom Kelley, got me hooked on learning again.
My name is Richard Stowey and I am a Digital Project Manager. I also like photography, designing, reading, writing, technology and motorcycling.
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