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Positive: Holbeck Waterwheel Playful Everywhere More things for Leeds! Consult less, do more! The Guardian comment generator Greggs vs. Pret: The Bird Index

Politics: The North-South divide: we never tried Adonis is wrong on housing The Economist & Scotland The Economist & The North BBC Bias Train time map Yorkshire backwards The Vomcano 10 things London can shove Northern rail consultation Is London holding us back Move the Lords! Saving the Union

Tech: Building a simple Chrome extension. I hate webkit. Visualising mental health surveys. Microsoft's 5 easy wins Epson px700w reset Orange price rises

Old or incomplete: Dealing with NIMBYs An HE avalanche Sponsoring the tube Gender bias calculator MetNetMaker Malaria PhD Symbian Loops Zwack Kegg Project The EU Eduroam & Windows 8 Where is science vital?

Welcome

I founded imactivate in 2013 to make real objects digitally active.

My first product augments physical books for children with real-time translations and human voices so that parents can read to their children in languages they don't know. I am also creating prototypes to provide multi-lingual interactive audio guides for museums based on exhibit recognition.

Prior to founding imactivate I completed my a Ph.D in the Systems Biology of Malaria at the University of Leeds. My popular tool for manually building small metabolic networks (<500 reactions) is now available on this site only.

My interests are varied so there are a lot of links up at the top to other projects I've worked worked on and opinions that I've written. The best-known of them is the Guardian Comment Generator which has had over 200,000 unique hits to date.