On Monday 12 October, I attended a debate in the Chamber regarding the variations in effectiveness of roll-out of fixed and mobile superfast broadband in different parts of the UK. I was unable to speak during the debate due to it being heavily over-subscribed, with a 4 minute time limit on those who did speak. The Government gave the following reassurances. The Minister for Culture and the Digital Economy (Mr Edward Vaizey): We said that we would deliver superfast broadband to 90% […]
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A High Wycombe resident has developed a new App to support users to capture and share inspiring moments, helping uplift others through motivating posts and interactions. The Compassion App encourages people to go beyond self-interest and give of oneself for the good of the other. The AnonCare App uses technology and age old values to create a shared responsibility for the well-being of others. Users are actively encouraged to empower and inspire others in poor health or isolation. The system […]
An excellent new tool via MyConservatives.com: Welcome to MyConservatives. MyConservatives is a new online network that gives you the tools to campaign for the candidates you support, and issues that you care about. Here are some of the things you can do: Take part in campaign activities and social action Donate directly to individual campaigns Ring voters from the comfort of your home Set up fundraising events with online ticketing And you can learn more about the site by watching […]
Update: We7 is now blinkboxmusic.com. We7‘s MediaGraft technology enables free music downloads, paid for by short adverts at the beginning of each track streamed or downloaded: We7 is an outstanding new music destination where you can listen to, share and discover music for FREE, legally and safely. You choose the music you want to hear and play full tracks and albums online, on-demand at anytime. We also offer you the ability to buy the music you love in high quality […]
According to The Register, in a typically tongue-in-cheek article: American aerospace colossus Northrop Grumman has called for the US air force to purchase a hundred-strong fleet of enormous aerial stealth raiders, able to direct “netted wolfpacks” of flying kill-robots and packing “cyber warfare tools” capable of “attacking enemy information nodes”. The proposed Next Generation Long Range System (NGLRS) cyberbomber is also, of course, thought likely to mount some kind of raygun. As a young military aerospace engineer, I recall arguing […]
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