Monthly Archives: July 2012

RASPBERRY PI II – July London Raspberry Jam

After a month of emails thrown back and forth, the other co-conspirators and I presented the second London Raspberry Jam. Alan (@teknoteacher) compared for a second time and we saw a wide variety of projects, some returning, several new, as well as a call to action from three teachers. If you click on any of […]

SUNDAY SHORTS V

This weeks menagerie of miscellanea, seen and digested by me, to be regurgitated here to stimulate your mind. If you have any suggestions for the Sunday shorts please send them to “thescientificmoustache [at] gmail [dot] com”. [Fig.3] This video created by Jeremy McDonald, edits together footage he filmed when he was 12 and now aged 32. […]

EDITORIAL III – Arbitrary Day 2012

This year I decided to take part in Arbitrary Day. This event organised as an offshoot of Reddit. It involves people all over the world sending gifts to each other for no reason what so ever. It is organised in a similar way to a Secret Santa. You sign up and are given a person’s […]

CHAP OLYMPIAD 2012

Last Sunday I had the pleasure of attending the Chap Olympiad 2012. This event organised by “The Chap” magazine is the best dressed sporting event on the planet where panache and wit are reward and athletic ability is utterly irrelevant. The Chap magazine (@thechapmag) is a bi-monthly periodical dedicated to the Chap Manifesto and promotion […]

EDITORIAL II – What to expect short term

In absence of an about page or any form of introduction, I would like to take this opportunity to elaborate on what is coming up over the next couple of months. On Sunday I will be attending and covering the Chap Olympiad. This is an annual event run by Chap magazine. A brief description can […]

SUNDAY SHORTS IV

This weeks menagerie of miscellanea, seen and digested by me, to be regurgitated here to stimulate your mind. If you have any suggestions for the Sunday shorts please send them to “thescientificmoustache [at] gmail [dot] com”.   [Fig.2] Despite the atrocious stereotyping in this video, it is fair to say that women are under-represented in science.  Alice Rose […]