I was reminded the other day of a piece of work I looked at several years ago when Governments were first intervening to make broadband
The first of this two-part post focussed on a macro perspective of integrating smart technology into the UK economy. This second part aims to consider
In the previous post, the focus was on education reform to help generate the best outcome from the coming smart-technology revolution. In this two-part article,
“A slice of raspberry Pi” is the third in a series examining the shift in society caused by technology by Theo Wooster. Building on Clogs
“Hello, Hal, can you help me about AI?” is the second in a series examining the shift in society caused by technology by Theo Wooster.
“Clogs and conspiracy theories” is the first in a series examining the shift in society caused by technology by Theo Wooster starting with a look at
First published in 2009. With the various strategic shifts in the fibre market increasing leading to a patchwork, this article from the archives looks at
From the archive – January 2013. For no special reason, this is the first of the articles from the archives. This looks at the transformation of