Author Archives: libbymiller

Strophe and Greasemonkey

This week I’ve been looking at using Strophe and Greasemonkey to try to make an evocative but simple two-screen prototype for web-based on demand video. It was a bit fiddly in parts but it’s very useful once you get it … Continue reading

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Writing scripts for teasing out requirements

The Problem We were looking for ways to bring out the full implications of our ideas for scenarios to check that they were implementable and work out how we would implement them. This is a very common problem, and we … Continue reading

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Would you like to know more? [*]

I’m a representative of the BBC as one of the ‘Usecase’ partners in NoTube, and it’s my responsibility to draft a document describing one of the prototypes we want to make, combining components created by all the workpackages. We will … Continue reading

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Why beans need counting

What if you knew what you actually liked, as opposed to what you think you like? would this be interesting or welcome – or would you see it is invading your privacy? Increasing automation means that lots of data is … Continue reading

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NoTube second project meeting

After an interesting second meeting in Gargonza, Italy, project partners are currently planning the next three months’ work.

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