Introduction

People are always asking me for a long list of pretty much everything I've ever written, edited or project managed... Alright, they never do, but I've made one anyway and here it is.

If for some reason you don't want to see everything I've ever done, but would rather just see one aspect of my working life, you can use the tags at the bottom of each entry, the top navigation bar or the choices on the right-hand side to filter what you see. Enjoy!



PC Plus (Issue 323 - July 2012) news feature on cloud computing:
 
Storm gathers over dirty cloud
Cloud computing’s green credentials are being challenged by Greenpeace, Jamie Middleton investigates data centres’ dirty secrets.


Tags:  PC Plus  News features  Technology  Writing  Consumer  Magazines  Cloud computing  Apple  Microsoft  Amazon  Energy  





PC Plus magazine (Issue 323 - July 2012) feature on security theatre:
 
The great security illusion
Security theatre is a frightening business that’s costing us our personal freedoms. Jamie Middleton investigates..





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Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 19 - June 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
The Man Who Stared At The Sky
A fun storybook based on a classic fable with interactive objects, scenery and simple games throughout.



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PC Plus magazine (Issue 319 - March 2012) feature on supercomputing:
 
The new tech arms race
Jamie Middleton looks at the world’s most powerful computers and the consequences of falling behind in global supercomputing.





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PC Plus magazine (Issue 319 - March 2012) news feature on 3D printing and copyright:
 
3D printing – a pirate’s dream?
With The Pirate Bay sharing 3D designs, Jamie Middleton asks if copyright law needs an update.


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PC Plus magazine (Issue 317 - January 2012) feature on cloud computing:
 
Get the best of the cloud
Which company has the online services and content which are right for you? Jamie Middleton explains...






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PC Plus magazine (Issue 316 - December 2011) feature:
 
Redefining the web
Jamie Middleton shares the websites you should already be using to make your life easier and more entertaining




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PC Plus (Issue 314 - November 2011) tutorial:
 
Boost rural broadband speeds
Jamie Middleton shows you how to get super-fast broadband without the support of big ISPs.




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PC Plus magazine (Issue 314 - November 2011) feature on home cinema:
 
Inside tomorrow’s home cinema
Can traditional cinemas hope to compete in an age when audiences can access media any time, anywhere? Jamie Middleton investigates.





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PC Plus magazine (Issue 315 - November 2011):
 
Is Android Google's Achilles' heel?
With patent wars, poor tablet sales and customer confusion, is Android doomed and could it take Google with it? Jamie Middleton investigates…






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