Some projects I have been involved with:
- A programable personal datastore.
- Bicycle barometer
- Takes various data about the tube network and weather and tells you if to cycle or take the tube.
- A single government website run by the Government Digital Service.
- A prototype for a single government website.
- A platform for doing data science on the web.
- Making campaigning more transparent - real-time election leaflet monitoring and archive for the UK.
- Stay Private
- Stay private was a single service for opting-out of unsolicited mail, phone calls and faxes. It was run by Consumer Focus.
- Ernest Marples
- An API to make it easy to use postcode data in applications.
- Rewiredstate has been organising hackdays to show what can be done with government data since 2008.
- Recalled Products
- UK and EU product recall notices by email and RSS. It was run by Consumer Focus.
- An digital printing service.
- An email alerts service for UK planning alerts. Now closed, but lives on in Australia.
- Commentable manifestos and candidate lists for the 2006 Lambeth local election
- Tiny data - OpenTech 2013 [slides & video][audio]
- Alphagov feedback / Q&A (with Matt Patterson, James Stewart & James Weiner) - OpenTech 2011
- News apps: Showcase and strategy - Online News Association, Washington DC 2010 [video]
- RewiredState - lightning talk, Etech 2009 [slides]
- Web of Power (with Rob McKinnon) - OpenTech 2009 [slides][audio]
- Don't just map it - 2009 [slides]
- Streetwire - MiniBar 2009 [slides]
- moo.com - simple tools to help people make stuff - MiniBar, August 2007 [slides]
- Groups, scale & distribution of power - RCA 2009 [slides]
- PlanningAlerts.com useful web service or mass decentralised data theft? - UK GovCamp 2007 [slides]
- Scraping Lambeth planning data & Love Music Hate Racism's use of PledgeBank - Forum on Civic Information 2006 [slides]
Some links to press stories about projects I've been involved with