GenUIine engagement (see his blog): LivIng The Energetic moment (Watch Click): Terence Eden: Campaigner By Accident, Smart Home, IT Accessibility, by Design

Change your way of living…now! It’s much more possible than you thought… Above: Terence Eden on a recent episode of BBC Click Terence Eden is a phenomena: his curious, practical and intelligent way of understanding how IT and smart energy impacts on everyone is immensely inspiring. He uses his IT knowledge and skills to make […]

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Dinorwig Pumping Station: 8 Years To Build: Delivers Power In Under 12 Seconds: Not What Most People Would Call A Battery…..But What Exactly is Sophia?

Above: Future Energies Investment Riyadh where David Hanson, AI specialist and his robot Sophia were VIP guests.  Dinorwig in Wales is a great place to stay and the home of Electric Mountain  Pump Storage power station built in 1983: a very, very successful operation. (in view of the recent success of alternative energies in Britain, […]

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Radio Dawn: Empathy and Common Sense at the end of the working week: Friday afternoon phone in from 3:15pm 0115 841 1800

Featured image: signsofanopencity by Martyn Williams Photography Above: of course men are welcome to radio Dawn! Presenters always welcome. Asia and Pam are like a local Fi and Jane  the BBC radio presenters who do a podcast about how radio affects their lives and makes a difference to the lives of people who listen. These two […]

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Christian Weaver: The Best Things About Being A Qualified Barrister And What I Think Are The Signs Of An Open City…

As I mentioned in the last article, Christian Weaver is a newly qualified barrister, involved in practical activity to make things better for more people, more of the time. (His grandad was a powerful force in Nottingham’s history for standing up for equalities and was at the packed NTU debate that Christian and Akil Hunte […]

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The Contribution That Trent Uni Teachers And Students Are Making To Social Change in Nottingham…Notts TV and more

Above: sunonanopencity by Martyn Williams Photography Notts TV debate is great when you’re doing the ironing: for some reason it came off sky channel 117 in September (competition?). It makes me laugh that there are many great people with the gumption to rehearse ideas, plans and thoughts with people from different walks of life. It’s […]

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A New Way of Working and Living: Local People Employed Part Time With Training, Pensions (and Contracts) Throughout Their Lives…A New Utilities Service

Do you sometimes think that you, as the children in my daughter’s class did, poised before their big leap to secondary school, that they had the right to dream their own future? and Google,  Facebook and  You Tube could be part of it…. Jathan Sadowski writes about google’s plan to build a supercity to move […]

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The love and humour of community at the Black Achievers East Midlands Conference Centre Beeston Lane Saturday 22nd October…

What an opening: and, if you needed a who’s who of Nottingham power, celebrity and action it was here, at East Midlands Conference Centre, Saturday 21st October. The will to bring everyone together stimulated by the effervescent arboretum councillor Merlita Bryan  Merlita Bryan with Panya Banjoko, writer, poet, teacher, children’s writer, cultural archivist and literary […]

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