This week I have mostly been…

I realised this morning that I haven’t blogged for a while now, and there’s an awful lot of things sitting in my ‘must write about’ list, so I guess this post will be a bit of a brain-dump to clear the backlog.

Been out and about the last couple of weeks, attended an event on v-government at the Serious Games Institute, had a really interesting day, met some great people, and they gave us cocktails at the end. What’s not to like? Then to the JISC Innovation Forum, which I also found really useful (two engaging events in two weeks – that has to be some sort of record?). I gave a short talk on our project, as part of a symposium, which was quite bizarre as it was in a session on the student experience, but the audience were nice and didn’t ask too many scary questions.

In between sitting on trains, I’ve been playing with Google Lively (but so far can’t seem to get it to work properly – don’t really feel like I’m missing out), considered the benefits of reading the minds of insects (anything’s possible) and wishing I’d gone to the Hide and Seek festival. I have also finally succumbed to the call of Twitter, sigh.

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