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Sustainable computing on the radio (and Pod)

May 30, 2012

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I run a weekly sustainability-focussed radio show “Sustainable Lens: resilience on radio“. At CHI 2012 I took the opportunity to record conversations with an amazing group of colleagues working at the intersection of sustainability and technology. The shows are scheduled for the next six weeks: May 31st: Dr Bill Tomlinson (these links to their homepages, […]

Could Google Glasses be sustainable?

April 5, 2012

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The potential for a real Sustainable Lens suddenly got very real. Google’s Project Glass getting real (well, real as in concept video). AR has been around for a long time, what’s exciting is the consumer focussed seamless integration. From a development perspective the tools move into the realm of App development rather than that of […]

Sustainable Lens: A visual guide

December 23, 2011

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It started out as notes for a designer, turned into a page with 100K hits, and now (drumroll..)… “Sustainable Lens: A visual guide”. Sustainable Lens traces the development of sustainability through its representation in diagrams. Sustainable Lens presents a model for seeing the world through a sustainability-driven perspective. Sustainable Lens is laid out in such […]

Sustainable Lens: Resilience on Radio

March 30, 2011

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So, let’s make a radio show we said.  And make a radio show we’re doing.  And it’s a blast.  And, dare I say it, it’s good. Sustainable Lens: Resilience on Radio has now had five shows (podcasts from sustainablelens.org).     Each week Anton Angelo, Shane Gallagher and me talk with an invited guest, all through […]

Extra-dimensional sustainability?

March 17, 2011

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Last night I went to a talk by Professor Lawrence Krauss (famous for writing, amongst other things – The Physics of Star Trek). The subject of Krauss’ talk was the question of whether there are hidden dimensions and whether there is evidence in the natural (physical world) for them – or is it just something […]