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Jon Knight
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One day, 30 second time lapse of broad bean seedling growing. A camera set up test more than anything.
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Why I'm Voting Green in #GE2017
Its been a while since I voted in a UK general election.  The last time was actually my first time, back twenty odd years ago when I was a young, fresh faced adult. Back then I was happy to enter this rite of passage to being a proper grown up. And the pers...
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A quick update on the project to make a peltier cooled shoe.
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The confusing world of plant pot sizes
A wet spring weekend day provides a great opportunity to clean, sort and tidy our (rather large) collection of plant pots.  We've acquired quite a collection over a couple of decades of gardening, both from buying in plants but also inheriting pots from fri...
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Update on my review of Jeremy Leggett's book "The Winning of the Carbon War" with new links to purchase it via Amazon or B&N. Though of course you should still be reading the free download and giving all the money you would have spent on shipping dead trees around the planet to Solar Aid!
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Don't buy this book!
I follow a jolly interesting chap on Twitter called  Jeremy Leggett who has just written a book entitled "The Winning of The Carbon War". The Carbon War in the title is the battle for a clean energy future versus a dirty fossil fuel based one. The fight for...
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Some thoughts on Microsoft's new Graph API after playing with it for a few days.  Lots of promise and better than I expected, but still some oddities and potential show stoppers for our use case.
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Using Microsoft Graph API from a daemon process (in Perl on Linux!)
At work, I've been asked to look at how easy (or difficult) it will be to give folk using Microsoft Office365 access to the student timetables.  We already provide a feed into our Google Apps for Education accounts for the students, and this has been very p...
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