Apologies for the lack of blogposts lately. Things have been very busy for Flow Associates with plenty of new work coming in. My business partner Mark Stevenson has been occupied by a big new book project, An Optimist’s Tour of the Future which is taking him round the world. That’s left me holding the Flow baby at a time when we had lots of interesting work to do. So, I haven’t had a break and won’t get one either.
I should say that we’ve appointed a new director of digital, Dr Andy Sawyer, and are also working with a number of new associates including Sally Fort, Norma Rosso, Rebecca Birch, Vivienne Reiss, Trevor Horsewood and others. So, it’s great to feel like we have a team around us.
I’ve also been blogging on a new site about Ecology in Cultural Heritage. I’ve just blogged about how it is time to get serious about climate change, and about my pledges to do more about it in the cultural and heritage sectors.
In the meantime, I have some posts brewing for this blog too, about a campaign to revive the lost NOF Digitisation content and about the Brooklyn Museum’s i-phone app and more.
I’ll be back, but in the meantime follow me on twitter…