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Got tech? Hear me roar!

It’s been a week or two of interesting stories related to school students harnessing social networks in order to make a point. We’ve had school speeches on the state of education… 616 more words


John Green: Star Author, Vlgobrother and Nerdfighter by Eric Braun.

Popular writer of contemporary young adult fiction, this biography provides insights into how John Green developed from a shy and nerdy high school geek into a major social media personality and widely acclaimed and celebrated author. 123 more words


How can digital technology help the NHS rise to the challenges ahead?

The Kings Fund’s annual Digital Health and Care Congress recently explored the latest technologies and research emerging from the world of digital health. Read Matthew Honeyman’s reflections on the congress… 28 more words

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Making the Most of Google Keep

I came across this post on Free Technology for Teachers for an interesting educational application of Google Keep (an application I use for grocery lists among other things).

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Is Architecture in danger from automated design?. . . . Not likely, see why....

This is a great article about why architects really don’t need to worry about AI ever (or at least in the perceivable future) replacing the human decision making process. 88 more words

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MA: DTCE end of year dinner

It was a pleasure earlier this week to be able to take a group of MA: DTCE students out to Jamie’s Italian in Manchester city centre for our 2015 end of year dinner. 195 more words

Use of technology and data can help plug NHS funding gap

Rapid advances in the use of technology and data will see the NHS improve patient care and help meet the predicted £22billion deficit in its budget. 188 more words

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