Monthly Archives: January 2015

An interesting use of opendata for protest

Proponents of open data, I count myself as one of them, quite often say, just make the data available and see what happens. People will find something useful to do with it. Lifehackers, entrepreneurs and now even protesters. It would … Continue reading

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Belief shapes culture and affects outcomes.

“Belief is a remarkable thing. If we believe that we can do something, we can. If we believe that we can’t do something, then we can’t. Our belief system limits us, shaping our entire lives, as well as the lives … Continue reading

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Are you ready for 2016? #BIM

Just in case you are not a member of this Lindked in Group I have reposted it here, but sign up and enter the discussion on A post on Linkedin from Ralph Montague BArch MRIAI, Managing Partner, ArcDox There is only 1 year … Continue reading

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While you enjoyed Xmas, this was going on at London Bridge Station

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End of year chat with the BIM Task Group

If you follow me on twitter then you will know that I raised a question regarding the methods for which compliance with the Governments 2016 Level 2 requirements will be assessed. This led to a skype call and these are … Continue reading

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Highways Agency release 2 IAN’s for data and handover

Taken from linkedin author David Owens Happy new year everyone, if you work on highways or supply to the sector please be aware of 2 new draft standards released by the HA at the end of 2014 INTERIM ADVICE NOTE 184/14 … Continue reading

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