Apple's brand new campus is nearing completion - and the drone videos show a fascinating complex.
Two blogs you should read: Adam's Apples and Not So Thin Lizzie
12 visions of the post-digital future, liveblogged at NEXT Berlin 2012
In my post yesterday on using technology and social business strategies to blur the boundaries between inside and outside the business I noted that some of these ideas aren’t dissimilar to techniques used by architects to do similar things with internal and external spaces.
Rachel Armstrong is talking about the future of architecture
Be2camp is a series of unconference-style events focusing on the use of social web technologies in the built environment. And given that those are two of my passions, I’m looking forward to it hugely.
Ah, dear. Nearly 7pm on a Friday evening and I’m still in the office. I really must get around to acquiring a life. However, I have just come across a couple of interesting bits in our blogs that I wanted to share with you.
And James Garner, the web editor of Computer Weekly, has posted a list of the top 10 most popular posts on the IT mag’s stable of blogs. It’s no surprise to me that cheap technology and IT security issues top the list…
You see that odd little piece of architecture on the building to the left of the church?
It was built solely so that the house would be taller than he church, after a dispute between the owner and the vicar…
I’m sticking more photos from my Cornwall holiday up on Coffee & Complexity, my new general interest blog.