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!



Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 22 - November 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
The Monsters family
Why not stop monsters haunting your kids' dreams and get them teaching them essential word, shape and colour recognition skills instead



Tags:  iPad magazine Tap!  Reviews  Technology  Writing  Consumer  Magazines  Apps  Apple  iPad  iPhone  Education  Children  Gaming  





Pre-school app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 22 - November 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
Fairy Magic
An augmented reality app that not only asks 'Have you got fairies at the bottom of your garden?', but can show you them as well.



Tags:  iPad magazine Tap!  Reviews  Technology  Writing  Consumer  Magazines  Apps  Apple  Gaming  iPad  iPhone  Children  





Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 21 - August 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
Little Digits
A deceptively simple app that really does help pre-schoolers learn to count, add and subtract using their fingers.


Tags:  iPad magazine Tap!  Reviews  Technology  Writing  Consumer  Magazines  Apps  Apple  Education  iPad  iPhone  Children  





Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 20 - August 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
Collins Big Cat Playing Story Creator
An interactive storybook app from a popular author that also lets you create your own story using characters and objects from the book.



Tags:  iPad magazine Tap!  Reviews  Technology  Writing  Consumer  Magazines  Apps  Apple  Education  iPad  iPhone  Children  





Book app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 20 - July 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
Wind in the Willows
Introduce your children to Kenneth Graham's The Wind in the Willows with this slightly abridged version animated with interactive illustrations.



Tags:  iPad magazine Tap!  Reviews  Apps  Writing  Consumer  Magazines  Apple  Literature  iPad  iPhone  Technology  Children  





Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 20 - July 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
Keys Kids Play HD
A versatile music app that lets your child 'play' various instruments by themselves or with friends.



Tags:  iPad magazine Tap!  Reviews  Technology  Writing  Consumer  Magazines  Apps  Apple  Children  Education  iPad  iPhone  Gaming  





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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Tags:  PC Plus  Features  Technology  Writing  Consumer  Magazines  





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.



Tags:  iPad magazine Tap!  Reviews  Technology  Writing  Consumer  Magazines  Apps  Apple  Children  Education  iPad  iPhone  





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.





This was also converted into online form for TechRadar.com.


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1001 before you die books
3D World
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