Finally I am back from my travels across the globe, and I am rather glad because it means I can actually knuckle down and do some work. It has been rather hard to do so when one is on the road and has so many people to see along the way.
Since I’ve been away things have progressed a little further with the EPSRC Digital Economy Sandpit project, called TOTeM, that we have been working on. We now have a website, though the content still needs a bit of fleshing out, it does at least give you an idea of what TOTeM is about. If you are looking for a research job or phd studentship, and are interested in "The Internet of Things" we will be posting full job descriptions up soon, so bookmark the site.
While we are getting the TOTeM project underway, I now have a couple of months to devote time to getting on and making artworks. Already though, with a baby on the way I am wishing there was a way for midwives appointments and antenatal classes to be contained on an USB flash drive and just uploaded to or from my brain as needed, so I can get as much as possible done before the wee bundle of joy arrives.