16 May
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ChooseIt! Maker 3 wins CODiE Award

When I come to San Francisco I like to stay across the Bay in Marin county. I particularly like Tiburon, a smart but sleepy town with a view of the San Francisco skyline and the Golden Gate bridge  … and a ferry! What a superb way to begin an evening! A small boat heading for the high rise of America’s best city. Then the historic, hysterical cable car ride to Market Street via the Powell-Hyde line. And finally the fantastic old world interior of the Palace Hotel! Even better was unexpectedly coming across my old friend, the CEO of Texthelp,… read more >>>

First Blog Post

Breaking News: Just writing my first blog for this site when news of Terry SweeneyÆs resignation as CEO of RM plc came in. Terry had a long association with Inclusive Technology and I guess the next blog will be about that. Iáused to blog regularly twelve years ago before I knew it was actually called blogging. One blog about BETT upset EMAPÆs lawyers a lot and gave birth to the Special Needs Fringe whose eleven-year champagne and coffee-fuelled run ended last January (there will be no Fringe in 2012). Another was composed as I walked round devastated lower Manhattan shortly… read more >>>

11 Oct
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Martin Littler reports from Manhattan

I was in Lower Manhattan shortly before the tragedy of September 11th and have been there twice since. It is difficult to deal with. Here, tens of thousands of New Yorkers have had friends and relatives taken from them. Mayor Giuliani called for people to get back to visiting New York on the Saturday following the air strike. At the same time President Bush said we must “go about the business of America”. Closer to the scene, life is sort of back to normal. New York is fully functioning down to Canal Street, which bisects Manhattan a few blocks above… read more >>>