July 18th 2016
Physical actions in the real world and data processing in the digital world are fusing as the Internet of Things takes hold. Unlike other data sources, machines – i.e. connected devices within the Internet of Things – can be programmed to produce clean and consistent real-time data feeds. That’s data that scientists and others can use to predict the future, going beyond correlation and contemporaneous events.
April 28th 2016 – Sydney Morning Herald
Australia spends more than $30 billion a year on projects which produce “grey literature” – documents which are produced by government departments, academic institutions, private companies and more. But despite all this effort, Australia lacks a standardised mechanism to curate and freely distribute grey literature.
November 9th 2015
Timothy McCallum was asked to present at The Festival of Audacious Ideas. This article is an outline of his presentation which was designed to inspire participants to join the Startup Toowoomba event which is held in early November.
April 22nd 2015
A quick look at how Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) can be used to perform tasks autonomously.
31st March 2015
In this article Timothy looks at how we write, publish and distribute in the 21st Century and how the digital age is providing opportunities to improve collaboration and agile and open practice.
March 6th 2015
A quick explanation on backing up a WordPress instance to Dropbox is performed (includes links to open source code written in Python)
3rd March 2015
Timothy looks at products such as Overview, AntConc and Bookworm which provide an opportunity to analyze thousands of documents in next to no time at all, collectively providing a variety of useful tools, including full text search, tagging and topic modelling by way of stunning visual analysis.
31st October 2014
An article about analysis, evaluation and the optimal use of available technologies to ensure improved student retention
30th October 2014
This article aims to provide a new line of thinking into designing and building open educational resources
27th August 2014
A look at the elements of success in a fast paced and volatile business environment.