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Jim Anning
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OK, http://MilestonePlanner.com/ now has it's own Google+ page. You know what to do ;) (pretty pretty please :) )

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Really pleased to have had milestone planner featured in this lifehacker post http://lifehacker.com/5873909/five-best-goal-tracking-services. Its our first time in lifehacker and we could do with some love on the vote-for-the-best app front... just saying :)

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Once again I'm looking for speakers for the next Reading Geek Night. Its on Tuesday (13th Sept) and I currently have one 20 minute slot and two 5/10 minute slots up for grabs.

Get in contact if you have something techy you'd like to share with a friendly bunch of Reading based geeks.

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We've been working on a new feature for Milestone Planner (our online planning tool at http://milestoneplanner.com) to help people understand how their projects have changed over time (lets face it, who's ever worked on a project that didn't change?) I've put together a short video to explain it... Would love some feedback.. Does it make sense? would you find it useful? etc

oh and I apologise in advance for all the times I say ...um... in the voiceover :)

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Really pleased that we have a fantastic line up so far for the next Reading Geek Night on 9th August. (Thats Reading the town in Berkshire, UK... not Reading the thing you do with books) So far we have talks on Molecular Design, Cross Platform Mobile Apps and Young Rewired State.


If you live, or work, or just happen to be around Reading, on Tuesday then you'd be more than welcome - just turn up :)
b.t.w. There is space for one more 10 minute talk, if you're interested in taking the slot then get in touch.

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The kids & I have been building a water rocket and launcher... went and did our first launch this afternoon - absolutely awesome fun.
Basically some tubing, a car tyre valve we blagged from the local mechanics, a pump and a heath robinson cable-tie launch mechanism make up the launcher. The the rocket is a 2L lemonade bottle fitted with a rubber ball nose cone and some fins.
I reckon it must have gone around 100 ft or so - well pleased.

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I'm looking for speakers for the next Reading Geek Night on the 9th August.

Currently we have slots for one 20 minute talk and two 10 minute talks. Grateful to anyone who can pass the message on... or can offer a talk which would interest a bunch of friendly geeks.

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if only it weren't true...
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