May 2010 Aims

Time once again to take a look at this blogs aims Aim One Aim one is to adopt the apple way of thinking by developing a new product that isn’t just 4 other products glued together, take the prototype out to a pub, leave it in the pub and then get the bloke who very […]

April 2010 Aims

Aim One Aim one is to adopt the Apple way of thinking by making a totally new product that is better than a car by gluing four cars together to come up with a revolutionary new method of transport that is four times bigger, more expensive and uses much more petrol Aim Two Aim two […]

The Return of Aims

Given the rarity of posts to this blog recently, something needs to be done. So time to resurrect monthly feature where we take a look at our 5 aims for the blog each month, and resident mystic Nostradamus makes some frighteningly accurate predictions for the month ahead. A feature that is in no way a […]

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