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Cosmonauts at the Science Museum
Posted in: General

This week a new exhibition about the Soviet space program opened at the Science Museum. Offering a different perspective of the well worn space race. Like most modern museum exhibitions, it’s costly weighing in at an astronomical £14. I understand the need for museums to make money. But £14 for one exhibition is a touch […]

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Tall Ship on the Thames
Thames Path – Woolwich to Greenwich
Posted in: Travel

For the last year I’ve been regularly walking around London. The river usually plays a part in most walks as I love the Southbank. It’s a great way of walking through London without having to worry about traffic or polution. The Southbank is actually a section of something called the Thames Path which runs from […]

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The iPhone 6. Apple following the crowd
Posted in: Apple, Review

Part of the reason Apple are Apple is because they do not feel the need to follow the crowd. But with the iPhone 6, that’s exactly what they’ve done, followed the recent trend to increase the size of phones. Is that a good thing? Sales will no doubt show it is. But here’s my perspective. […]

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    Paul Hudson

    Paul Hudson

    Learning Technologist

    I'm a web developer at the University of Hertfordshire who specialises in the application of web-based technologies to support learning and teaching.