Now that the days are actually starting earlier (after emerging from the slightly bleak Scottish winter), I'm finding myself taking the time out every morning to write in 750 words. Having the space to write down and process all your thoughts is one of the best and most mindful things that I do. And recently, … Continue reading An experiment – this week I learned
Category: Hacks and Side Projects
Want to find out whether you’re going to have a good week? There’s an app for that!
Mystic Peg is an easy, simple way for anyone to see what their week is going to be like. When you look at your diary, you might just see a list of events and appointments. But imagine if you could write down how you felt about each meeting or coffee with a colleague and then … Continue reading Want to find out whether you’re going to have a good week? There’s an app for that!
Popularity of Shakespeare in Numbers (Infographic)
For one of my hacks for the EDINA ran Will's World Hack day/week, I've decided to compile an infographic/visualisation using the search results from a number of search engines. The data was compiled in a few ways: The demographic data came from Yahoo Clues using the search term 'shakespeare' The film adaptations number came … Continue reading Popularity of Shakespeare in Numbers (Infographic)