Barry Frost

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Mobile Phone, iPhone and Tablet Repair in London

London’s Best Commuter Towns

Map with scoring for commuting time, life satisfaction and house prices

I’m in Covent Garden, London, not far from today’s attack and marking myself safe.

Top 100 Recruiters In UK Startups

Recommended [London Startup Technology] Recruiters

With Associates

We plan, design and build digital services, websites and apps

Charming short film of a brave actor trying “offline dating” by approaching women in London. So many knockbacks!

Reposted Venntro (@venntro) Venntro (@venntro)’s post on Twitter
Good morning from Venntro's London HQ...

3D maps of every Underground station

Soho is the new Shoreditch: this map shows where startups are looking for workspace


Find the perfect office for your startup in London. Coworking, shared & private offices in London

“The Waterloo Bridge Handicap” (race commentary from 10m30s)

Love this clip of Leonard Rossiter ‘racing’ other commuters which was played on the screen at last night’s Belle and Sebastian gig. The race follows the same route I take when working in our London office. I also always end up pretend-racing others walking across the bridge up to the Strand. I wonder if they’re also in on it?

Enjoying this (much-linked) Nathan Barley 10-year retrospective which times nicely with my visit to Hoxton tonight


Fast iPhone/iPad/smartphont repair in London. Based in Fitzrovia. Tip from Ben Hammsersley.


UK home cleaners booking service


Technology companies in London

Innovation Warehouse

Innovation Warehouse brings together entrepreneurs, investors and innovators. Our locations provide coworking, shared office space and access to startup growth accelerator programmes such as seed funding, angel investing, mentoring and events.

The App Business

Mobile app development company, London, UK - iPhone, Android & Windows developers

Last night was the first London Homebrew Website Club meetup. I said a few words about this site and touched on some of the IndieWeb concepts I’ve been experimenting with, which seemed to go well. Strong turnout of about a dozen people: some completely new to the ideas and others who have been involved with the community for a while.

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