Week Notes 5


Short week! Monday was a bank holiday (mostly recovering from my mate Pete's wedding) and Friday was off to EMF Camp.

But, I managed to get some work done!

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NHS

Majority of my time spend on helping run a design sprint for improving some NHS processes with Data Science. At my dark moments, I wonder if we can ever break free of the inefficiencies of paper and fax.

Standards

Submitted a request to The European Multi Stakeholder Platform (MSP) - the expert advisory group on ICT standardisation - for HTML5.
We have to make sure that modern standards are quickly adopted and promoted.

Bugs

A little quirk with XML files. Not an earth-shattering bug, but it annoyed me. Fixed by Deborah Chua.

Reading List

What books I've read this week. Thanks to Net Galley for some of the review copies.
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Fiction

  • Edna's Death Cafe - Angelena Boden
    • An unconvincing soap-opera of a novel. The dialogue is sub-Archers and the "twist" is shocking to no one. There's a beautiful gem of a story in here - revolving around how we talk about death and dying. But it is smothered in a dappy plot.

Non-Fiction

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One thought on “Week Notes 5

  1. Thank you for taking time to review my book, Edna's Death Cafe. All opinions are welcomed and valued. I am so glad you respected the key theme of the book - the need to talk about death and dying.

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