10th March 2017
The AMEE story In 2005, I was working with climate change charity Global Cool, and global hedge fund Man Group (in my spare time) to try and create a global movement around climate change awareness and action. While chairing the working group that created the “Global Cool Tonne” (which became one of the UK Government’s Gold […]
24th February 2017
Slides from Data Protection 2017, https://dma.org.uk/event/data-protection-2017 “Culture is always left to the end in technology revolutions. Make no mistake, the web of data is a revolution: but it has very little to do with new technology. Learn about the cultural impacts and business models that will help you navigate in a data-driven world.” DMA — Data […]
8th May 2014
Well, it’s been a while since I posted here (Twitter still winning), but here’s a long overdue synopsis of some of the things my first startup, Tornado, created. I’ll be adding to this from time-to-time as I get in touch with some of the old team.
19th July 2012
[repost of my AMEE post on Energy Identity] Since AMEE’s inception in 2005, we have recognised that the emerging sets of data needed for carbon calculation and energy assessment present huge privacy issues. Combined with the automation of data capture through smart-meters, mobiles, purchases and other “digital identity” sources there is a real need to […]
16th October 2010
A big shout out to RinseFM who just got their FM license [Guardian, Evening Standard]. This is the second station I’ve helped with streaming that’s ended up with an FM license (the first was Resonance FM). Having put Virgin Radio, Kiss FM and Classic FM streams online in the mid-90s, and then all of the […]
2nd January 1994
I used to work as an Experimental Officer here… doing lots of coding, data processing, and set up their website in ’94.