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Pioneers: David Filo and Jerry Yang (7/10)
The Open University - Computing & ICT
Pioneers: David Filo and Jerry Yang The founders of Yahoo talk about how they got started and how their browser and search engine...
The Internet at 40 (1/10)
The Open University - Computing & ICT
The Internet at 40 Who were the internet’s pioneers, and what technological surprises has it sprung? This album opens with a...
Further thoughts on the desired #audioboocommenting feature.
Coming home from the holiday mixer at C4 Workspace!
Community garden july 21, 2014
A little check in to see if there is anything to harvest. Found tomatoes with @
The Surrey Jivers, amateur class perform in Kingston
American Civil War (2/5)
Goodbye Geocities :(
great boo. every site i have online is an experiment :P I'm an enthusiastic beginner in one sense. I say that because as a 12-13 year old I was on a team of programmers for Stack Electronics developing lightpen software for the vic20 and later commodore 64 (through my school computer club which was mostly Commodore Pet based....) unforunately my parents didn't really approve of my obsessive computer use, and removed me from the program, but having now had to leave my old career due to stress, I'm getting the chance again to Play. I'm not new to the Open play idea - in my game community (was Coltsplayground.net, now Playstuff.net) I have a dedicated server that is open for all members to try whatever out on, and an Open Drupal website called Sandvich.org that I provided in the hope lots of people would enjoy a) no worrying about breaking it, as it was backup up hourly, and b) see how much fun delving deeper into their computer can be. It didn't really get much interest, which was a shame, as the next 'plan' for it was to allow member created sub-domains, and their own Drupal installs to do whatever thy wanted with (subject to a restricted php limit)...... Oh dear. I must get a life. ^^^That essay is hardly in the spirit of AudioBoo :oops: anyway, yep, great boo - nice to hear your informed updates 8)
Pocket Community via Coffee
Wow, I'm the complete opposite. When they go out of their way like that, I figure they can't be trusted. LOL
@kenrg It's always good to be recognised isn't it? You never really think that waiters etc take any notice of their customers. But, that sort of thing proves that they actually do. It kind of takes you by surprise doesn't it?
It's always nice to be recognized at a place you do regular business in. There are some places where we expect that ... a favorite bartender comes to mind ... And then sometimes it's a pleasant surprise. Last week we went back to a steak place that we hadn't been to since New Years and a couple of the staff came over to say "good to see you again." It will certainly be sooner than another nine months before we go back!
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Sir Ned Huntington Whiteley at the launch of Time to Give Essex, an innovative programme aiming to join philanthropists in local giving.
Celia Macintyre speaks to Jim Hawkins, BBC Radio Shropshire about the Shropshire RCC Pop Up shop
Celia talks to Jim Hawkins about the Carers Exhibition on display at the Shropshire RCC Pop Up Shrop in the Darwin Centre Shrewsbury....
Identity and Relationships (6/13)
The Open University - Health and Social Care
Identity and Relationships A theatre group consisting of mental health service users and survivors talk about how their experiences...
Hartman's Piano NOT on the move
A number of folks were watching this piano out in the dark and cold, next to Hartman's Independent Grocer. A couple people were heard wondering aloud whether it was the piano that used to grace Hartman's veggie-area before vanishing - despite public outcry - in favour of flowers and shelves of pre-packed salads and dressings. No Centretown, it was not that piano. Anyone happen to know whatever happened to it, though?
#Febooary2015 Day17 - Desensitized by media. #febooary #2015 #day17 #desensitized
Music Show: 05.04.14
East London Radio’s vintage presenter and massive Angela Lansbury fan hosts a Music Hall sing-along.
Stevenage v Tranmere with drums
a shorter clip of the crowd at Stevenage FC during their 2 - 2 draw with Tranmere on 3rd April 2015. Enjoy some hearty drumming and happy...
Sowing Sneinton - Suzanna
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