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#SciFoo @Google

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My first #SciFoo (Science Friends Of O’Reilly Media) event just came to a close and it was a marathon of crazy conversations with people doing remarkable things in science, art,...

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A career in sports broadcasting?

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Back in the summer of 2014, the International Amateur Athletic Federation brought me in to give some social media training for their athletes at the World Junior Championships. The others...

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My #REF2014

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The #REF2014 results came out, but the details are still unpublished. I led the Unit 36 submission for the University of the West of Scotland, which managed to achieve a 25%...

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Live Event: Sports Media

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On Wednesday 17th December, I will host a webinar event for the International Olympic Committee MOOC on Sports Media, which will feature British Olympian Samantha Murray. Register here   Here...

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Oscar Pistorius is more than just a fallen hero

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This entry was initially published as a blog piece, but later in the Huffington Post It was only a few days ago that the world of sport was talking about...

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My take on Lance Armstrong in Wired Magazine

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A couple of weeks ago, I talked about a new, radical article on Lance Armstrong. That article never made it to print, at least not yet. A number of news...

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TEDx Warwick

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On Saturday 9th March, I’ll give a talk as part of TEDx Warwick. This will be the second time I’ve spoken at Warwick, the first being at the Virtual Futures...

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The Value of Arts and Humanities Research

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This week, the AHRC asked me to submit some quotes to them that spoke to the value of arts and humanities research. The request came a couple of weeks after...

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TV Like Us

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A new book edited by Hanna Harris with Suvi Kukkonen, Olli-Matti Nykänen and Jenni Tuovinen, of the Finnish Institute in London, considers the role of community media today. It includes...

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PODIUM 2012 Awards

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Last night, I attended the PODIUM awards on behalf of #media2012. PODIUM is the London 2012 education initiative, which has been focusing the HE, FE and school sector on the...

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the #media2012 Charter

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This week, the #media2012 collective launched the #media2012 Charter, a document that outlines the mission and values of the community. The website has a Q&A with me, explaining what it’s...

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Republic of the Moon

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Last week, the new exhibition @FACT_Liverpool opened, bringing together a number of installations that are themed around the concept of space exploration and occupation....

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Light Shower

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While at the #braingear conference last week, an art installation was presented by Dutch artist Lambert Rozema. He took a few snaps while I was inside the apparatus. The experience...

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Liverpool Riots

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UPDATE 2011.08.09, 4pm: The streets in my neighbourhood (L8) are quiet, but there is news that shops in the city centre are closing early to be on the safe side and...

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The Olympics (2012)

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Dr Beatriz Garcia and I have just launched the website of our new book, due for publication by Taylor and Francis in February 2012. It is titled ‘The Olympics: The...