Rory took photos up on Hardcastle Crags. Meanwhile, Bryn used moving house as an excuse to let go of things that he no longer needed.
Dan looked back over the last 7 years of Three Rings DevCamp events, blogging about the experience for the first time.
Rory visited Queen Street Mill, a textile mill still operating under steam power in Lancashire.
Dan concluded his series of blog posts on the subject of storytelling using virtual reality with a summary of the challenges and opportunities that he feels face VR storytellers.
Bryn looked back over how the last two years helped (or hindered) in making him who he is today.
Rory shared a photograph of a fly dodging raindrops on a spider’s web!
Rory bemoaned the gloomy wet winter and took photos reflecting the recent flood damage and the winter in general.
Dan continues his exploration of virtual reality and storytelling possibilities by borrowing an Oculus Rift and thinking about movies.
The only Abnibber blogging so far this year, Dan talked about the highlights of the year so far and about how he’d been playing with virtual reality, and how it could be used as a storytelling medium.
Dan got lazy with updating Abnib (sorry!), but still found time to blog about how to turn a Raspberry Pi into a VPN-enabled WiFi hotspot.
Sian looked back on her year and how she failed to get outside more and to make more things.
Rory shared photos of a spooky house, Shinjuku, and Oxford Circus on Christmas Eve. He also reviewed a Fuji XF 55-200 camera lens.
On his professional blog, JTA talked about why he is in favour of librarians having to demonstrate ongoing professional development.
Dan challenged his coworkers to play Post-It Minesweeper. Later, a doctor continued the investigation into his illness earlier this year by inserting a long tube into his bladder and taking a look around.
Dan reported on his and Ruth’s anniversary break in a gypsy caravan in Herefordshire.
Sian fought against her toddler’s “terrible twos” with the help of some installation art made of sellotape.