No, the other side of the camera

New from the MySociety genii:, capsule the curiously-capitalised PlaceOpedia. Think Google Maps ? Wikipedia. Brilliant. Except that, as I write, all the links read


  1. That should be very interesting.
    What procedure are they intending to perform on you?

  2. i turn my back on you for 5 minutes and all hell breaks loose on the life front…
    do the presenter thing – you’re not adam, and you’re not marty and you are indeed you… give it a whirl !!
    ps on an ri reunion front, greetings to james in the big apple, and what about colin ward’s wedding / pics as ref’d 5 postings ago ??
    (end of nag)

  3. No, I really don’t think they were offering the chance. They’re after somebody with considerable live experience, for a start – and ideally a medical background. It’s entirely baffling why they thought I might be worth approaching in the first place.
    As for Colin & Sophia’s wedding: hey, some of us still haven’t entered the digital age! I’ll have you know that I’ve two rolls of film from the day. Film! Not only does that require processing, it also requires that it sits next to one’s keys for months before I remember to take it to the shop. It’s an essential part of the 35mm experience.

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