Simon Bisson (sbisson) wrote,
Simon Bisson
sbisson

My tweets

  • Wed, 16:31: Early start across the lake for #fgwc2010. Marvelous view of dawn light on the Olympics, peaks on fire over the clouds.
  • Wed, 16:44: Third part of Douglas Coupland reading his new novel Player One now online: http://bit.ly/duAbUc
  • Wed, 17:01: Australia as examplar for the new broadband world? It certainly looks so. We all need step change, not increments. #FGWC2010
  • Wed, 17:57: Wow. Animal testing of a malaria live vaccine underway and giving promising results. Human testing soon. #FGWC2010
  • Wed, 17:59: Investing in women pays global dividends. #FGWC2010
  • Wed, 19:27: X-Prize Labs at US universities: multi-disciplinary approach to designing incentive competitions. Something we need in the UK? #FGWC2010
  • Wed, 19:47: HP using silicon with microneedles and microfluidics for tightly metered drug dispensing with wireless activation. Fascinating. #FGWC2010
  • Wed, 19:53: RT @doctordns: A cold Martini, a great steak and a fine Rioja. Paradise. Jeff Hicks-eat your heart out.:):)
  • Wed, 21:30: Mark Hurd preaching that good old IT-Business Alignment sermon at #fgwc2010. Seems sad that we've been talking about this for a decade now.
  • Wed, 22:31: Wondering how open protocols like Odata and the late Jim Grey's concept of data-driven science fit into Government 2.0. #FGWC2010
  • Wed, 22:32: Realising that Mira Grant's zombie blogging politcal thriler Feed is one of the first novels about crowdsourced government. #FGWC2010
  • Wed, 22:48: A quick #fgwc2010 reading list: Robert Charles Wilson, Julian Comstock; Mira Grant, Feed; Tony Hey (ed) The Fourth Paradigm. More ideas?
  • Wed, 23:44: Here's a recent piece I've written on cloud, security and regulation: http://bit.ly/cnZtfs #FGWC2010 FIts in with the theme of discussion.
  • Thu, 00:58: RT @jcleon: Thomas Aidan Curran (Deutsche Telecom): Bandwidth demands double every five months. (On their network) #fgwc2010
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