“The Secretary of State grants licences to exhume buried human remains under Section 25 of the Burial Act 1857. Around 200 licences are issued each year for archaeological purposes.
“On 3 September 2012 the Ministry of Justice granted a licence to Leicester University to exhume human remains found during the excavation of a Leicester car park. The excavation was primarily to investigate a Franciscan friary but also to locate the… Continue reading
Two connected questions for any #startup (1) what customer need does your product meet? (2) what’s your secret sauce in meeting that need?
I know the answers to both questions for the MacGuffin app for example. As MacGuffin is not simply for movie reviews, it’s for self-expression, it’s designed to enable people to share their feelings directly after watching a movie in a direct accessible way.
And connected… Continue reading
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There’s a great blog post from Seth Godin, The opposite of ‘defenseless’ which concludes with the radical sounding thought: “Defenseless is the best choice for those seeking to grow.” I couldn’t agree more, except for one thing, in reality maybe life doesn’t work like that?
I know what I’m talking about, I’ve used that method to grow. So while in abstract it’s true, in reality if you follow… Continue reading
MVP testing is taking place in partnership with De Montfort University, Leicester.
Vision: a mobile app to inspire people to easily and simply create a short video of their experience after watching a movie/film.
Aim: the aim of this project is to discover whether the concept and the MVP created with developer used to test that… Continue reading
My comment in The Independent today:
“It’s not quite correct that the Battle of Bosworth, where Richard III was slain, brought to a close the Wars of the Roses. Two years later at the Battle of Stoke Field in 1487 the Yorkists fought their last stand. The two battlefields are 44.6 miles or so from each other. This
There used to be an empty space above Selfridge’s famous Food Hall, a hotel in fact called The Old Selfridges Hotel, which has been invaded by a curious assemblage of art and artifacts. Works and memorabilia from creative people and groups exhbited at the ICA exhibition are a dizzying list of the avant garde and anarcho do-it-yourself-ism from the 1980s post-punk up until the present. Gilbert & George, John Maybury… Continue reading
Good advice from crowdfunding site Seedrs on whether it’s worth trying to protect your idea.
At this early stage in its corporate life, with only a few bars on its platform, and a user base in the hundreds, Flowtab spent and invested scarce resources into something that would eventually yield it nothing.
You can’t, but confidentiality is the last thing a new startup should be worrying about. Sharing… Continue reading
The MA works from Diane’s end of course show which has a private viewing this evening in Lincoln.