The BBC, the big smoke and bloody touchscreens

December 10th, 2009

Thought Den have been in London, invited down to a BBC Audio and Music Interctive christmas schmooze sesh off the back of the multiplatfom event at the Arnolfini a few weeks back. Don’t worry, those license fee pennies were well spent, no swanky venue and red carpet, but a great opportunity to bend the ears

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Our Boy Band photoshoot dream finally comes true…

September 8th, 2009

A big and very important publication shall soon be released, celebrating the success of the Media Sandbox scheme that proved so instrumental in helping launch our business. The Happy Packages project in collaboration with Mobile Pie, currently in suspended animation / on hiatus, has opened many doors for us but more than anything has kept

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The Ethics surrounding Happy Packages

March 26th, 2009

The Happy Packages team has been invited to explore the ethics surrounding our project today with some of the country’s top thinkers. We’ll be presenting the project in all it’s detail to Pervasive Media Ethics group ( who are then invited to discuss anything and everything. No holds barred! I’ll then be blogging up the

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Google App Engine, Hello Worl… Thought Den!

February 12th, 2009

Come and sign our Hello World Thought Den book. It can even be a little rude if you want!

NMA go pervasive!

November 17th, 2008

[PARP] That’s the sound of our own trumpets screaming to the heavens as we find ourselves in the industry magazine NMA (New Media Age). The article is all about the Happy Packages project and covers how Thought Den and Mobile Pie are working together in the Pervasive Media Studio to produce a sexy iPhone application

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Happy Packages gets lost in the Post…

July 3rd, 2008

It could’ve done cos’ the last time you saw the team we were hugging and drinking 9k’s worth of champagne at the final MediaSandbox Event. Well here’s where we’re at… The Team have been ripping the research apart and putting it back together in the form of the Pervasive Campaign machine ready for investment. Though

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Re: Pervasive Weather (where’s Facebook gone?)

May 15th, 2008

I’ve been carrying out some very ‘in-depth’ studies into social network usage over our short-lived British Summer, and realised I’ve been using Facebook a lot less. Apparently my ‘phone-losing house-mate‘ hasn’t checked hers in a few days too and it raised the point relating to my pervasive weather post. We’re more likely to interact with

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