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Having been socialised into a society that worships the ???0??? I???m using a small anniversary to ponder social music. Just as we celebrated the arrival of the year 2000 with fireworks (and fears that it would kill our computers and bring planes out of...

Following up some recent posts on the Breda project, just a couple of notes on the next stage of the work. A fortnight ago I watched the students' presentations from the Netherlands, while I sat in my flat in EH11. Breda live stream all their lect...

Inspace, housed within the University of Edinburgh, has hosted a number of events that I've enjoyed over the past year ??? from mushroom-inspired improvised music to film screenings. On Wednesday 23 February I attended an 'openness' discussion: open...

Tuesday morning: with barely minutes to go, as I sped through the central belt to Glasgow, my Twitter feed told me my meeting had been upgraded to a summit! This was fantastic news ??? really set the tone for a productive catch up with some other ev...

Have I mentioned how much I admire the work of David McCandless and the very idea of 'Information is Beautiful'? You can get the book, a great Christmas present for the more cerebral - or visually stimulated - members of your family. You can follo...

What have the last ten years done for us? Given us an ever-wider range of software for one thing. So, with a sizeable piece of work somewhere on the horizon, mixed up with the everyday cycle of work and play, these are the pieces of software I see...