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Paper tigers

I once believed that there were few things that could strike greater fear into the heart of a home owner than a letter with the words “planning application” on it. 3,718 more words


On matters of #hyperlocal #journalism: squaring the circles of familiarity vs functionality

I’ve already posted twice on the possibilities of an alternative Twitter/Facebook, using the WordPress theme P2. In fact, this site is, at the time of writing, an example of just such a beast: 281 more words

Miljenko Williams reblogged this on MILJENKO.COM and commented:

From WONDER.wtf, a new brainstorming I'm involved in, which aims to use the WordPress blogging-engine to create a Twitter/Facebook clone. The purpose is to combine it with wiki tech and make a new kind of hyperlocal environment ... hope you like it. :-)

Eel Pie Music Museum Update

Remember a few weeks ago when we told you all about the plans for a museum dedicated to Eel Pie Island’s music heritage? Of course you flippin’ do, although it was really the organiser Michele Whitby rather than us who told you all about it. 244 more words


How does it work?

We as customers, have been buying from brick and mortar stores for decades, maybe centuries. Walk/Drive down to the store, pick up your things, pay and return back to wherever you were! 139 more words


Who are we?

Shopplift is a small startup from Mumbai that is aiming to connect small brick and mortar stores to the ever-growing online market!
We’ve had a tough time trying to connect small stores, mainly because they fear the online market. 140 more words


How much can we alter our pictures and still call them authentic?

There is a huge beauty community on Instagram and I wanted to reach out to a few people and ask them this question – How much can we alter our pictures and still call them authentic?  485 more words