Blog posts I haven’t written lately

Last year I joked… Thinking about writing a blog post listing the blog posts I’ve been meaning to write… Maybe that will save some time — Adam Lofting (@adamlofting) November 20, 2015 Now, it has come to this. 9 blog posts I’ve not been writing Working on working on the impact of impact Designing Games… Continue reading Blog posts I haven’t written lately

Remembering maps from memory

Today, I found this awesome post on Uncertain Cartographies (via Flowing Data), and it immediately took me back to something I made when I was in college and studying fine art. So check out that link first, as this post will make more sense in relation to it, and it’s pretty fascinating anyway. Then I’ll… Continue reading Remembering maps from memory

Available hours in a year for personal projects

While planning ahead to finish my Open University studies, I’ve been testing how well I can study in my available free time; and my recent study with Coursera has provided a pretty good simulation. It’s important to be realistic with yourself about how much time you actually have to do these things, on a sustainable… Continue reading Available hours in a year for personal projects

For a free and open internet, be quick

“On December 3rd, the world’s governments will meet to update a key treaty of a UN agency called the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). Some governments are proposing to extend ITU authority to Internet governance in ways that could threaten Internet openness and innovation, increase access costs, and erode human rights online.” – src: protectinternetfreedom.net Here are… Continue reading For a free and open internet, be quick

On 3D printing, and a world unready

With the recent release of the Makerbot Replicator 2, 3D printing tipped into the real world. It moved from a conceptual idea that geeks and tinkerers would try and explain to their doubtful loved ones into something you can have delivered to your door in a matter of working days. It changes everything, and I think the… Continue reading On 3D printing, and a world unready

On wanting to conquer the world

I’ve spent the last couple of weeks watching updates come in from my old band as they tour around Europe with some of my teenage heroes. It’s a bittersweet experience. It’s really great to see the band going strong, but I can’t pretend I’m not a little bit jealous. Teenage me would definitely give adult… Continue reading On wanting to conquer the world