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Freelance consultant, learning facilitator, and writer, founder of extreme-inventing.com, ooleee.net (with artist Gary King), knowledgecafe0151. Teach technology entrepreneurship at School of Engineering at University of Liverpool, UK. I have a longstanding and avid interest in Technology as a unique human phenomenon. I'm actively engaged in research on how enterprising individuals shape material culture through inventing and innovating, with palaeoanthropologists at the Dept. of Archaeology, Egyptology and Classics, also at University of Liverpool.

Riddle me this!

Not long ago I took over a much overgrown and neglected allotment, a piece of land my local council/government office has to provide the community with. I decided to sieve my inherited soil to remove weeds and stones, but I hadn’t a riddler, a sieve, so I invented my own from found objects. This is my extreme invention. I found an old baker’s tray, normally used to carry loaves of bread to and from shop delivery trucks. To this I added some found chicken mesh, which is usually used to make chicken or pet cages or hutches.

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