A presentation at Oxford Geek Night 7 in
June 2008 in
Oxford, UK by
The series creators have said that the
Clangers, living in vacuum, did not actually
communicate by sound, but rather by a
type of nuclear magnetic resonance,
which was translated to audible whistles
for the human audience. These whistles
rhythm and intonation
script in the English language, including
the robots want
to help, but they
h1, h2, h3...
for address cards
(address book information)
View The Clangers Guide to Microformats on Notist.
A 5 minute microslot presentation introducing the concept of microformats at Oxford Geek Night 7.
Here’s what was said about this presentation on Twitter.
is heading off to Oxford Geek Night to present The Clangers Guide to microformats. Pip pip!— Drew McLellan (@drewm) June 25, 2008
is heading off to Oxford Geek Night to present The Clangers Guide to microformats. Pip pip!
will see @drewm there - and is actually looking forward to learning more about microformats.— Liam Dempsey (@liamdempsey) June 25, 2008
will see @drewm there - and is actually looking forward to learning more about microformats.
@drewm - would *love* to see that, I hope someone videos it— Kathy Bragg (@kathybragg) June 25, 2008
@drewm - would *love* to see that, I hope someone videos it