I interviewed Jonny Miller, the new elder within The Globe Church, to get to know him a bit more and to find out more of the role of the elders within Globe.
Ideas are cheap… so how do you get your idea ready for a hackathon? Here are four ideas that you can work on before coming to Kingdom Code BUILD.
At The Globe Church we want to be a people who are confidently living to make Christ known to all people, and we long to be a church committed to doing that globally…
Alexa, Siri, Google Home… all these voice assistants look like they are here to stay. But do they have a place within the church?
I've been writing blog posts (of varying quality) since 2006. One of the things that I always dread about moving blogging platforms is the export and import process…
My Macbook's Play/Pause media keys have been playing up. Turns out that Google Chrome and Play Music were the problem.
I'm learning new things. Because learning is good.
Church Train asked me to share some thoughts around the process I went through to build The Globe Church's new website.
One of the projects that I've been working on at The Globe Church is One21, a tool to help the church disciple one another.
Ahead of Kingdom Code's 2017 hackathon I shared some thoughts about paper on the Fusion blog.
These words should be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently... bind them on your hands... write them on your doorposts and gates.
In the advent of Tay, Microsoft's AI chatbot, is there space in the church for similar things?
Guest post on The Media Net blog about working on implementing ideas, not just thinking about implementing them.
A quick review on the building process behind digitising one of the artist in residence's work at the V&A
Somehow I ended up attending The Story Conference. It's a conference about story telling…
At the V&A we've recently relaunched the Wi-Fi splash screen, the page which visitors first see when they connect to our free Wi-Fi
Guest post on OneSheep blog about good contexts to use a QR code
While studying at the University of Lincoln one of their research projects looked at the value of their ac.uk domain. I was asked to write a short post about the changes happening in address bars of 'modern' browsers.