Monthly Archives: April 2014

Stifling innovation #2: Overland Flow

This story is a follow on from the British Standard Fire Test of an earlier post. It is the story of how an attempt to be innovative with design in the aftermath of a major natural disaster foundered on the rocks of tick-box regulation.

Satellite image of Chelmer on the Brisbane River in January 2011. Source; ABC/Nearmap.

Satellite image of Chelmer on the Brisbane River in January 2011. Source; ABC/Nearmap.

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Relentless but Futile

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Every week I receive spam emails that use the same basic template. They are relentless but futile, so I thought they would eventually decline – no sign of that after more than a year… Not even with spam filters and blacklists in place.

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