Transport Museum Goes Digital

Transport Museum Goes Digital for Thought Provoking Event Sense and The City Our friends in the London Transport Museum wanted us to flag this event. On Monday evening 17th October the digital arts organisation onedotzero will bring together artists and industry leaders from the worlds of art, architecture and advertising to showcase some imaginative digital … Read More »

The Possibilities of Real Time Data

We are looking forward to hosting our seminar The Possibilities of Real Time Data on Monday 19 April and still have some tickets left if anyone wants to attend. Its free so just email if you want to come along. Paul Clarke will be moderating the Twitter Feed on the morning and anyone interested … Read More »

Redbridge Raise the Bar

When people in the public sector talk about open data there can be quite a variance in definition. So it was an eye opening experience to meet with Redbridge Council last week to discuss their approach to data and their proposed participation in London’s Datastore. Chief Executive Roger Hampson is a member of the Local Government … Read More »

Hectic times

It’s been a fairly hectic time since our soft launch of the London Datastore on 7th January which featured a live linkup (well mostly live!) with the CES technology conference in Vegas. We were delighted that the launch received such a positive response in both the developer community Mad Prof, Brian Hoadley, Chris Thorpe, Chris … Read More »