Co-founder of Nodestone
Integration and Development Lead
I’m a communicator and communication technologist. I love to enable, enhance and integrate human to human communication, whether face to face or via the social web and social media. Social web integration and development comes naturally to me.
Mostly, these days, I’m using social media stuff, web development and engineering to work with CO2 and resource measurement social — calculators, widgets, whole web appications for carbon measurement.
I’m a capacity builder by nature. It just makes sense to spread the knowledge around and help us all jump up.
I’m a communications engineer by degree and for as long as I can remember, I was always the person building communication platforms for myself and others, beginning with radio transmitters, student newspapers and bulletin boards. The coming of the social web delights me but I’m realistic: the social web is led by technology at the moment – sometimes the human need is obscured. We need to keep that in mind.
I have a background as an: telephony engineer, hardware designer, advanced technology researcher, software team leader, strategic technology consultant, management consultant, systems engineer, system architecture, project manager and software development methdologist, group process facilitator, freelance software engineer, web application developer, web entrepreneur, startup founder and CTO/COO.
Graeme’s recent blog posts:
I've just had a play with Google Scribe, which is, according to themselves: Google Scribe provides text completion service. Using information from what you have already typed in a document,...
Many, many thanks to Mat Walker for organising Certified Scrum Master training in Brighton that I just did. It was two full days of interesting material, ideas and practical activities, skillfully presented...
Just thinking about twitter being all noise. It is kind of a human noise making machine. People pour out their noise. However, if you think about sound synthesis, often you start...
Gordon Brown today warned that the world is on the brink of a “catastrophic” future of killer heatwaves, floods and droughts unless governments speed up negotiations on climate change before...
In search of compelling visualizations to explain CO2 use and savings, I’ve come across Information is Beautiful, a blog collection of ‘qulaity’ visualizations by David McCandless is a source of...
The TrickleStar calculator works out your CO2 and money savings when you install a TrickleSaver (a USB or power sensor) that then switches off accessories attached to your TV/Home Entertainment...
Read the article here New Scientist reports on the psychology of climate change, and references a couple of papers on the subject. Bottom lines from this: 1/ Psychology can help how we sell the...
To make good on that 10:10 committment of reducing your CO2 by 10% by 2010, how are you going to do it? Here are three things you can do to get...
The 10:10 campaign, born out of the Age of Stupid film, launches today, September 1st. Great film. Please go and see it or put on a screening if you haven’t seen...
Here are the slides from my talk this evening at Twitter Dev Nest. It was great fun writing and delivering this talk, and thanks for the great feedback in person...
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