Aaron documents how he posts to his website through his Amazon Echo. No interface left behind.
Wednesday, January 4th, 2017
Sunday, October 23rd, 2016
Dave’s Kickstarter project looks like it could be very handy on Fridays a beer o’clock in the Clearleft office.
Friday, June 26th, 2015
Monday, November 4th, 2013
This looks like something that Clearleft would use. A lot.
I don’t think they deliver to Brighton though.
Saturday, August 10th, 2013
August in America, day seven
Today was another day of excellent perambulations around Philadelphia. This time Jessica and I went to the Italian market featured so heavily in Rocky. Then we wandered up to Reading Terminal Market and took in the tastes and smells. Who knew the Amish made such good doughnuts?
But the main event of this day, this week, and indeed, this month, was the PPC: Philly Pizza Club. This involves the consumption of pizza and many varieties of beer.
The beer was necessary because the other the portion of PPC is the entertainment. And I use the term loosely. This evening’s “entertainment” was the classic 1987 film Miami Connection.
It was the best crossover ’80s rock ninja movie I’ve ever seen.
Sunday, April 1st, 2012
A genuinely useful service for people in different parts of London who want to meet up for a pint.
Tuesday, April 12th, 2011
This is my bucket list. 1001 beers to drink before you die.
Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008
Robots. Beer. Pownce. Three of my favourite things, together at last.
Friday, November 9th, 2007
Here's Dan's latest project (and of course it looks gorgeous). I've been testing it for a while before the official launch and it's really sweet. Best of all, there is no sign up. All the interaction happens through Twitter. Clever.
Thursday, April 27th, 2006
Where the worlds of web and booze collide, slap-bang in the middle of London. Arranging meet-ups, every now and then, where likeminded web peeps with sore livers can share these very special interests.
Wednesday, April 19th, 2006
The blog of the book of the pubs of Brighton.
Saturday, March 4th, 2006
The standard of panels looks really good this year. As usual, it’s going to be difficult to choose which ones to attend and which ones to pass up. I remember at last year’s conference, I had the constant feeling that there was probably something really good happening somewhere at every moment and I was missing it… but I was missing it for something equally good. That’s a nice, if somewhat frustrating feeling.
But the panels and presentations are just one part of Southby. The real value of Geekstock is the pressing of the flesh and the meeting of the minds. I met so many wonderful people last year, it was astounding. I mean, by the sheer law of averages, I should have come across at least a few assholes, right? Nope. Salt of the earth, those webby geeks.
Instead of posting a list of panels I’m thinking of attending, I thought I’d put together a page of much more useful information: parties I plan on going to. To use the term du jour, I’ve “mashed up” hCalendar with Google Maps and here’s the result:
If you’re going to be in Austin, and just in case you’re wondering where I’m going to be on any given evening, just make use of Austin’s ubiquitous WiFi to pull up that page. I want to make it easy as possible for you to join me for a beer.