Monthly Archives: September 2007

RBC (or NEN) Conference 2007

My last post will make it obvious that I have been at a conference for the last three days. Here is slide which was used as the main banner for the conference. It is interesting that on this slide we … Continue reading

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Shifthappens

I am currently at the Regional Broadband Consortia (RBC) Annual Conference which is taking place at a hotel on the shores of Lake Windermere. Two of the key presentations so far have referenced a very thought provoking video which is … Continue reading

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To see oursels as ithers see us!

To day I am on leave. Its a bank holiday in Glasgow I have taken the day’s leave and am spending it at home. Mary is working this morning (unfortunately) so we can’t spend the time together. This has left … Continue reading

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The Projection

Further to my post about traffic levels below, John Connell has very helpfully posted in his blog about the original projections that he ( to which I referred ) made a few years ago. If this is something that interests … Continue reading

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From Projection to Reality

This week I presented a Technical Brief about the Glow project at the Scottish Learning Festival. Part of the presentation included a few slides about the amount of network traffic that Scottish Local Authorities have generated since the introduction of … Continue reading

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