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Gail Boyle – Making Collection Connections

People are different, and a whole lot less likely to think like professional museum curators than they would like you to believe. Gail Boyle of Bristol Museum and Art Gallery explains how she tries to combine items in the City’s … Continue reading

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Nigel Howe – Timber House

Never mind that no-one has built in timber on such a scale in the city for close on a century, Nigel Howe’s plan is to no less than to rebuild “the finest building in England” and a Bristol landmark that, … Continue reading

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Tomas Rawlings – Building News-Games

When people heard about Endgame: Syria, a video game created by Tomas Rawlings and his Auroch Digital team, they naturally assumed it would be another crass shooter, tastelessly exploiting the misery of people still enduring the civil war. But that’s … Continue reading

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Rob Jonson – Joys of the Small Claims Court

The small claims court outperforms banks? That’s a case of oranges and pears isn’t it? Not if you are Rob Jonson. Rob is not a lawyer, he’s a programmer. But that doesn’t stop him being highly successful in the small … Continue reading

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Lia Han – Stop Asking for a Lightsaber

Luke ran around the swamp on Dagobah encumbered by nothing more than an oddball green midget with a peculiar turn of phrase. We doubt that he would have been quite so nimble if he’d been dragging a four-ton power source … Continue reading

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Caitlin Greenwood – It’s all just ancient history

Ancient history is interesting. It’s a great source of stories and more historical fiction than you can fill a library with. But it shaped our world, from our governments and to our hallway floors. Caitlin Greenwood wants us to remember … Continue reading

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