Rory Hammond

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Introducing the next 6 digital media startups from the BBC’s accelerator in London

Over the past year, the commercial arm of England’s almost century-old media powerhouse the BBC has been searching for the most innovative digital …

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Why Vine is a killer app but it might have hit the LTE wave too early

About two weeks ago, I was sitting in the Castro Theater in downtown San Francisco listening to Google Ventures’ (s goog) Kevin Rose interview …

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Served.<p><b>dinners ready</b><p>( ._.)./ an explanation:<p>The dog has an issue where his esophagus doesn’t work right; it doesn’t get food in there right because it’s all stretched out and stuff. So what dog owners (and cat owners and I guarantee you the cat ones look goofier) do is make a highchair and feed them upright so gravity can be a hero. It’s also really cute.<p>The disorder is called Megaesophagus.

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What the UK's Silicon Roundabout Needs to Do to Take on Silicon Valley

<b>Editor’s note:</b> <i>Craig Le Grice is a member of BIMA‘s Executive Committee, and Chair of the organisation’s Silicon Roundabout group, he is an industry advocate for entrepreneurship and next generation talent. Follow him on Twitter: @craiglegrice.</i><p>Silicon Roundabout, Tech City, Old Street Roundabout – …

myPhoneDesktop Allows You to Send Data from Mac/PC to iPhone

myPhoneDesktop allows you to send data from your Mac, Windows, or Linux PC to your iPhone right from your desktop, allowing you to call phone …

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<b>Jay Adams</b> circa 1970 ~ Early 70s<i><br>“In contests, Jay was simply the most exciting skater to watch. He never skated the same run the same way twice. His routines were wickedly random yet exceedingly tight and beautiful to watch; he even invented tricks during his runs. I’ve never seen any skater destroy convention and expectation better. Watching him skate was something new every second - he was ‘skate and destroy’ personified.” -</i> Stacy Peralta<p>z-boys for life

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