Prior to the UK referendum vote to leave the EU on June 23rd, my personally espoused view on the EU was rather academic. My internal argument was that the EU had its problems but it was on the whole a … Continue reading
I went to a talk on Thursday evening hosted by CSaP. It was Mark Henderson talking about his new book, The Geek Manifesto. The talk was interesting and Mark had lots of good points to make about science in government … Continue reading
After you’ve roasted it in foil for an hour, stick a fork in one end, hold it vertically up, and scrape it downwards with a teaspoon.
Earlier this week, my father was lamenting the fact that his boot laces keep coming undone. This is apparently a particular problem when the boot laces in question are under a pair of gaiters, but I personally think it must … Continue reading
The Innovation Agency website has now launched officially. Be delighted by its greenness and its wordiness (and also by its content!). That is all.
This is seriously exciting. If I understand what it says correctly, the UK government is going to require that a whole raft of interesting and publicly relevant data is made available for public use, through dumps or APIs. It’s too … Continue reading