Let the media play on with Kodi!

Kodi is open source home theatre software – still known to some by its old name, XBMC. It’s perfect for organising and viewing all your saved or downloaded digital media – those old MP3s or home videos that you made. Kodi has been developed since 2004 and is still free, open source software. It’s available […]

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Meet Bytemark at FLOSSUK and PHPNE14 this week

It’s a good week for events and we’re out and about at two major conferences across the country. PHPNE14 We’re pleased to be sponsoring PHPNE14 conference tomorrow (Tuesday), being held at the stylish Tyneside Cinema. The diverse sessions include a keynote from Ross Tuck on giving and receiving advice; setting up Dokku to deploy apps; […]

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Manchester Bus Times

I was browsing the other day when I came across an interesting post – someone had written a bus times application for Manchester. As a Mancunian who chooses not to own a car, making buses easy to use is something I’m quite interested in – finding a list of the times a bus arrives at […]

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Supporting mySociety

You may not know of mySociety, but you’ve almost certainly used their software – whilst they were the original developers of the 10 Downing Street petitions website, their current projects have a much wider reach: TheyWorkForYou provides accessible versions of Hansard so people can find out what their elected representatives are talking about in Parliament. […]

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