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Category Archives: Web/Tech
Aaaannnnd we’re back
We took a bit of a break before and after Xmas – life just got too busy with work, winter colds, family etc – but we are back now in 2014. Happy New Year.
Posted in Weblogs 2 Comments
We’ve just given the About section of this site a quick wash and brush up. It now includes a full list of authors, links to all our social network presences and our latest statistics. Hope you like it. About us … Continue reading
Posted in Noticeboard, Weblogs Tagged Clare Hill, Daniel Zylbersztajn, Robert Milne, Sean Murray, Sophie Talbot, Stephan Schute, Will Perrin, Zannthie Bennett Leave a comment
Kings Cross in augmented reality
Technology fans will be interested to know you can now see many blog posts from this local web site in augmented reality. We’ve been geo-tagging posts for a while (clicking on a map to insert the latitude and longitude into … Continue reading
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Resources for community groups
King’s Cross Community Projects has just added a new section to their website, ‘KXResources‘. They aim to use their pulling power to bring in all kinds of resources to the area, as a first step they’ve secured a donation from … Continue reading
Posted in Community groups, Web/Tech Tagged Community, King's Cross Community Projects, Microsoft Leave a comment
Guardian launches KX street stories app
Our neighbours The Guardian have launched an experimental mobile app for iPhone and Android, inspired by King’s Cross. The free mobile app – ‘King’s Cross, London – Streetstories’ is an immersive audio walking guide with a difference; as users walk … Continue reading
Posted in Arts and Entertainment, Kings Cross local history, Web/Tech Tagged Guardian 2 Comments
KX Development Forum meets 7 Feb
The next meeting of the Forum is from 7:00 to 9:00 on Thursday 9 February in Committee Room 2 of Camden Town Hall. At the meeting the Forum will discuss what is now known about: The desirability and feasibility of … Continue reading
Old mobile phones please!
Have you got any old mobile phones lying around… If so there’s a home desperate for them in Uganda via locally based Alison Hall’s charity Seeds for Development. Mobile phones are revolutionising the poorest parts of Africa, Uganda included. They … Continue reading
Posted in Current Affairs, King's Cross People, Noticeboard, Weblogs, Young People Tagged Alison Hall, Community, Donations, Local people, Seeds for Development, Uganda Leave a comment