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Member of the Month

Started by Annabelle Lambert in Membership. Last reply by Robert Pye Sep 9. 82 Replies

MEMBER OF THE MONTH - August 2014Hugh GlaserHow did you…Continue

Anyone know a Wordpress expert?

Started by Fran Mullins in Hub: London Sep 9. 0 Replies

Attached is a job description (although that doesn't really exist at Ethos) for a Senior web developer to work on the development of the Ethos websites.Ideally it would be someone who would be…Continue

Collaborative Commons

Started by Robert Pye in Briefings. Last reply by Annabelle Lambert Aug 27. 1 Reply

After reading Jeremy Rifkins book…Continue

Ethos Matcher

Started by Peter Feltham in Hub: Cities Jul 28. 0 Replies

Adrian Ulisse, MD of Ethos Smart, has asked me to pass on a request to any member that would like to help us with thoughts about our "Re-Imagining the High Street" project that is currently underway.…Continue

Tags: Cities, Matcher, Ethos


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1 Ethos and Sponds - A Personal View

Ethos and Sponds - A Personal View

Added by Hugh Glaser on August 21, 2014

2 small things

small things

Added by Annabelle Lambert on August 27, 2014

3 Collaborative Commons

Collaborative Commons

Posted by Robert Pye on May 30, 2014

4 NESTA launching Innovation magazine

NESTA launching Innovation magazine

Added by Peter Feltham on August 20, 2014




Blog Posts

The art of story telling

Posted by Peter Feltham on September 14, 2014 at 19:45 3 Comments

My friend David Wilcox pointed me at this link: it's wonderful. And thought-provoking


Honda show their Smart Towing technology

Posted by Peter Feltham on September 13, 2014 at 23:51 0 Comments

I am following the developments within the Connected Car market, - namely the ability for future cars to talk to each other, exchanging information and performing useful services. It is developing at a very fast rate now that the basic hardware and software plaforms are available to the manufacturers.

Here's an interesting example - which would be useful if a driver became incapacitated so the vehicle would need to be recovered.


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