Monthly Archives: August 2012
This week we released some great improvements to StageBitz, and there will only be more; you’ll see new improvements every 3 weeks from this point on.
Here’s what’s happened in the August StageBitz features release:
You can now upload as many images as you like to your items.
We store the images better, so you can now download each image in full resolution as well.
The invitation process is smoother for the Company and Project… Read more
I love the internet. There are many things I loathe about it, like the way people can sign up to be notified which B-list celebrities share their birthdays and other meaningless timewasters like that, but on the whole I just love the fact that the whole of human experience and knowledge (except the bits about celebrity birthdays) is there right for the taking. Even more importantly, it’s right there for the giving – more and… Read more
Ok, it might not be capturing actual carbon, but if you or the organisations you work for are starting to think about what your carbon footprint is for each new project you do. Julie’s Bicycle has worked out this little tool to help you capture the data, at least.
You can either do it in the planning stages (e.g. what are we likely to create, carbon-wise, so we can figure out how to reduce it… Read more
No doubt at some point in the last week or so you’ve seen a few minutes, at the very least, of the Olympics. I confess I am not that nuts about sport in general; I’m more interested in the highlights package at the end of the news than watching everything live at 3am, but you have got to admire the spectacle!
There must have been thousands of UK theatre people sewing, gluing, sawing, welding, soldering,… Read more
A fantastic new world has opened up for those of us with a great idea but no money to do it- crowdfunding.
Crowdsourcing has been around for a few years now; the idea is you put what you want done out into the big wide world and people from around the planet put in bids to do it for you. Think www.freelancer.com, or www.designcrowd.com and so on.
But crowdfunding is relatively new and it’s really… Read more