It’s official, we’ve moved! 23 Apr 2012
At the beginning of last week we moved in to an office that used to be a media library in West Kingsway College on Longford St, right near Warren St station.
Using the FreeAgent API with PHP and OAuth2 13 Apr 2012
FreeAgent, the online business accounting software that we use, has just released a new version of its developer API. This post explains how to authenticate with the API from a PHP script and start fetching data.
What goes in a social media strategy? 10 Apr 2012
Everyone is supposed to have one, but most people aren’t really sure what is supposed to go in one. It is one of those tasks that strikes fear into those that have never done one before, and sometimes those that have.
Monki Gras 2012 9 Feb 2012
Craft beer meets craft tech? From what I can gather James Governor had been threatening a UK version of Monktoberfest since the successful mini-conference finished last year. Last week, he delivered Monki Gras to around 120 hackers from the US & Europe.
Outlandish Ideas is One! 4 Nov 2011
One year ago today, we received our certificate of incorporation which made us officially a company. In the ensuing 12 months we’ve worked with some great clients on some really interesting projects and doubled in size from two to four partners.
How to use analytics in social media 26 Sep 2011
Here is a summary of my recent presentation for an Econsultancy Social Shorts event in Manchester.
Recommended social media measuring tools 26 Sep 2011
Caveat before I start: This is based on my experience of using analytics when assessing the effectiveness and value of social media presences I have managed, you may well know better tools and ways of doing things. If you do, add them in as a comment below!
How does AirPlay mirroring work? 19 Aug 2011
One of the exciting features coming in iOS 5 is AirPlay mirroring which lets iPhone and iPad owners send sound and picture to an Apple TV wirelessly. But how does it actually work? With cleverness and magic.
TV apps are a flawed idea 18 Aug 2011
Internet TVs are the video phones of the 21st Century: forever touted as the Next Big Thing yet never quite catching on. The latest push is all about apps. But does anyone really want apps on their TV? What if there was a better way?
Data Art 2011 28 Jul 2011
Outlandish Ideas were proud to present some of our data visualisation work at the Data Art conference last week.« Previous Page — Next Page »