At the South Devon Tech Jam we are involved with a project with Encounters Arts to build a sound reactive cloud lamp. Our next meeting is on 11th May at Paignton Library and Information centre. 11am to 15:00 If anyone would like to get involved and help with this, details on the project so far are on my website http://zleap.net/encounters-arts-chrysalis-project/
Gates will open as usual at 6pm on Friday 3rd May 2019.
There will be thousands of bikes arriving along the sea front and plenty to see all weekend. Music will finish at 11pm. Saturday the 4th May sees the gates opening at 10am and the same on Sunday 5th May with a full programme of Bands every day.
More details about the Beers & Ciders will be available shortly – so stop your mouth watering for a little while longer.
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This could cause a few issues, what if you're playing a sports game and are on a good winning streak, sometimes you're on a roll and keep playing. I can understand some of the advertising stuff, maybe we get people to come here, they can click, like, dislike, share etc as much as they want, and not a shred of data is collated on them (at least I think that is the case).
British cosmetics firm Lush is closing several of its UK social media accounts this week.
Announcing the news on Twitter, it said it was "tired of fighting with algorithms" and did not want to "pay to appear" in newsfeeds.
I may try and invite them to the Fediverse.
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Former England rugby union international Christian Wade says he is "completely lost for words" after signing for the NFL's Buffalo Bills.
Marilyn Martin, the manager of The Acorn Centre in Barton and the former chairman of Hele's Angels, passed away peacefully in her sleep today, community centre and sports hall has announced: "It's with a heavy heart that I let you all know Marilyn passed away this morning.