Twitter Bootstrap


Bootstrap is a toolkit from Twitter designed to kickstart development of webapps and sites.  It includes base CSS and HTML for typography, forms, buttons, tables, grids, navigation, and more.

Typically I’m not a huge fan of development frameworks like this one, but digging into it there seems to be quite a few things to learn.  Another framework worth looking into is the responsive Skeleton that comes from one of Twitter’s designers Dave Gamache (also on Tumblr).

Ogilvy Notes - Day by Day Archives

Each keynote/major talk was written up in the beautiful storyboards…. Get them below


For those of you interested in downloading day by day archives of Ogilvy Notes, you can use the links below for ZIPs of all the images.

Day 1 - Click here

Day 2 - Click here

Day 3 - Click here

We’re thrilled with the response to the program and can’t wait to share some plans for the future!

I must say your Socialgo V2 email and website are intriguing! I love the designs, colors and obvious enthusiasm all of you have in building this great platform for non-coders to use. We greatly appreciate the work and changes you are doing. We look forward to the new version and the wonderful things you have planned to make social networking even more easier than it is now with
— Feedback received on, and a nice way to round off my week

We at were pleased to help support the launch of the Goverment’s initiative to make east london the UK’s own Silicon Valley. It includes a number of tax breaks for entrepreneurs as well as a plan to use the Olympic Media Center as a space for high-tech companies. Full details on the speech here. Above, me on Channel 4 News adding my 2 cents on the matter at 1:40.