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Exhibitions, shows and attractions.

Creative Computing Day 21st March 2020

Creative Computing Day 21st March 2020

Makers and Artists will be getting together at the UAL Creative Computing Institute to showcase their projects and share their joy of computing

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Mini-break to Edinburgh

Mini-break to Edinburgh

Over the school half term, we took a family trip up to visit relatives and had a quick trip over to Scotland in the middle. We dropped into Edinburgh Castle, The Camera Obscura and National Museum of Scotland. The castle

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The history of British video gaming

The history of British video gaming

For many of us, our workshop sheds are more than just a functional space, they are also a space for us to relax and be at ease whilst doing things we love. For some, it’s DIY, for others its scientific

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Prague Technical Museum the lower levels

Prague Technical Museum the lower levels

I left the technical museum cafe through the rear door and found myself on a staircase. Hugh had mentioned a mining section so I headed down to see if I could find it. But instead, I found a large mechanical

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Prague Technical Museum

Prague Technical Museum

Last week, I was invited to give a short talk on the Joy of Making to my college friend Hugh’s HackSpace, the Garage at Microsoft Prague. The following morning I visited the Prague Technical Museum

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Guild of Makers

Guild of Makers

The Guild of Makers is a membership organisation. It exists to encourage Makers to support, encourage and help each other. Definition of a Maker for the purposes of this Guild:A practical person who takes pride in creating physical items using their

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Planes, Trains and Automobiles

Planes, Trains and Automobiles

Earlier in the year, a work trip took me out to California. On the way back to LAX airport, we had to make a detour to avoid a traffic problem. As the cab passed over a railroad I spotted an

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Calbourne Water Mill

Calbourne Water Mill

Calbourne Water Mill & Rural Museum is located at the North East corner of the Isle of Wight. There’s been a mill on the site since before the Domesday Book was written in 1086. I had a chance to visit just

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