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My Town Robert BridgeHi, my names Robert Bridge. My town is Tottenham,

So where is Tottenham, UK?

Tottenham is a district located in the London Borough of Haringey, in the north of the city of London, England. It is situated about 7 miles (11 km) north of the city centre and is known for its diverse population, vibrant arts and culture scene, and football team, Tottenham Hotspur.

Tottenham is bordered by the districts of Wood Green to the north, Edmonton to the east, and Tottenham Hale to the south. It is easily accessible by public transportation, with several train and underground stations serving the area.

What are the interesting things in Tottenham, UK?

There are many interesting things to see and do in Tottenham, UK. Some highlights include:

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium: This is the home of Tottenham Hotspur football club, one of the most successful teams in the English Premier League. The stadium offers guided tours, which give visitors a behind-the-scenes look at the facilities and offer the chance to see the players’ dressing rooms and walk through the tunnel onto the pitch.

The Bruce Castle Museum: This museum is located in a 16th-century manor house and offers a fascinating insight into the history of Tottenham and the surrounding area. It has a collection of local artefact’s, including a rare Tudor wheel lock musket and a Victorian apothecary’s shop.

The Burroughs: This is a bustling local market that has been operating since the 19th century. It offers a wide range of fresh produce, clothing, and household goods, as well as a food court with a variety of cuisines.

The Lioness Statue: Located in the heart of Tottenham, this statue pays tribute to the brave women who worked in the local munitions factories during World War II. The statue is made from melted down shell casings, and the surrounding area is a popular spot for picnics and outdoor events.

Tottenham Green: This is a public park located in the centre of Tottenham, offering a peaceful and green space for residents and visitors to enjoy. It has a children’s playground, a community garden, and a café.

Overall, Tottenham is a vibrant and diverse area with a rich history and a thriving community. Whether you’re interested in sports, history, culture, or just exploring a new part of London, there is something for everyone in Tottenham.

How to get to Tottenham, UK from Oxford Circus?

There are several ways to get to Tottenham, UK from Oxford Circus, depending on your preferences and how much time you have. Here are some options:

By underground: The quickest and most convenient way to get from Oxford Circus to Tottenham is to take the Victoria line on the London Underground. From Oxford Circus station, take the Victoria line northbound to Seven Sisters, which is the nearest station to Tottenham. The journey takes about 30 minutes and trains run every few minutes.

By bus: Another option is to take a bus from Oxford Circus to Tottenham. The buses that run from Oxford Circus to Tottenham are the 123, 149, and 259. The journey takes about an hour, depending on traffic.

By car: If you have a car, you can drive from Oxford Circus to Tottenham. The journey takes about 30 minutes, depending on traffic. From Oxford Circus, take Regent Street and A501 to Tottenham Court Road, then continue on Tottenham Court Road and turn left onto A10.

Overall, the easiest way to get from Oxford Circus to Tottenham is to take the underground. This is the quickest and most convenient option, and it allows you to avoid traffic and enjoy the sights of London along the way.

Historical sites in Tottenham?

There are several historical sites in Tottenham, UK that are worth visiting. Some of the most notable sites include:

Bruce Castle: This is a 16th-century manor house that is now a museum, showcasing the history of Tottenham and the surrounding area. The building has a rich history, and was once the home of Lady Mary Hastings, mistress of King James I. It is a Grade I listed building and is open to the public.

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Tottenham Court Road: This is a historic street that has been in existence since the Middle Ages. It is known for its association with the pottery and ceramics industry, and was once home to many of the major pottery factories in London. Today, the street is a busy commercial hub, with shops, restaurants, and office buildings.


Tottenham Town Hall: This is a historic building that was built in the 19th century and is now a Grade II listed building. It is located on the High Road, the main thoroughfare of Tottenham, and is an imposing and impressive structure. The building is currently used as a community centre, and is open to the public for events and exhibitions.

Jamie Oliver Restaurant St PaulsSt Ann’s Church: This is a historic church that was built in the 18th century and is now a Grade II listed building. It is located on the High Road, and is an important landmark in Tottenham. The church is known for its beautiful architecture and its association with the local community. It is open to the public for worship and for events and exhibitions.

Overall, Tottenham has a rich and fascinating history, and there are many historical sites that are worth visiting. Whether you’re interested in architecture, local history, or just exploring the area, there is something for everyone in Tottenham.

What is the governance structure of Tottenham, UK?

Tottenham is a district located in the London Borough of Haringey, in the north of the city of London, England. The governance structure of Tottenham is determined by the local government system in the United Kingdom.

At the national level, the United Kingdom is a constitutional monarchy, with Queen Elizabeth II as the head of state. The government is headed by the Prime Minister, who is appointed by the Queen on the advice of the House of Commons. The Parliament of the United Kingdom, which consists of the House of Commons and the House of Lords, is responsible for making laws and overseeing the work of the government.

At the local level, Tottenham is part of the London Borough of Haringey. The London boroughs are the local authorities that are responsible for providing services to the residents of their areas. The London Borough of Haringey is governed by the Haringey Council, which is made up of elected councillors who represent the different wards within the borough. The council is responsible for a wide range of services, including education, housing, transport, social services, and environmental health.

In summary, the governance structure of Tottenham is determined by the national and local government systems in the United Kingdom. The district is part of the London Borough of Haringey, which is responsible for providing services to its residents.

What is the population of Tottenham, UK?

Tottenham is a district located in the London Borough of Haringey, in the north of the city of London, England. According to the most recent population estimates, the population of Tottenham is approximately 83,000. This makes it one of the larger districts in London, and a significant part of the overall population of the city. Tottenham is known for its diverse population, with a mix of different ethnicities, ages, and socio-economic backgrounds. It is a vibrant and dynamic area, with a thriving community and a rich cultural heritage.

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Making Space of Hallowed Ground

We all find hallowed ground someplace

Technology has given us the extended ability to dig a lot deeper than in previous years. Much of life may have once been buried can be dug up online thanks to the World Wide Web. Homework is a lot easier and more people join Facebook day in, day out. And for every birth there is a death of some sorts. Photographs once private like conversations, now become public, people online no longer see privacy as an issue, so they share favourite spaces. Family members tag one another, which has become a popular sport. We have more channels than relatives and find new friends through ways other than fellowship. Climbers share moments hanging from the cliff face, workers share videos of themselves climbing telegraph aerials. New families share intimate moments of birth, growing up, achieving things, sickness and then death, they can even organise funerals. This new reality must have created a rise in funeral cremations because people understand the digital footprint leaves memories in the sand for future generations to sniff out.

I wonder then what the Vatican is doing about this. Everybody around the world has dabbled with Italian cuisine, outsourced the right ingredients and focused on the finer details like seasoning to replicate dishes. In the city anywhere in the world we can takeaway exotic dishes from remote areas around the world. Rural remote areas are taking advantage of these finer details by sharing YouTube videos cooking for large families outside in big silver and copper pans. Street food is on the rise, which flattens prices through globalisation. Home deliveries via Apps are creating business for people who didn’t have any. Instagram has helped people in poor areas to reach out culturally by selling little twists on old school recipes. Culturally we have no reason not to know local myths and religious beliefs. The Vatican catholic idea of confession historically documented and hosted all sorts of things, which the online community has embraced. The popular religions come first then I gather the smaller indoctrination’s will come later. We can already speak into a device which immediately translates what we have just said. There are choices of accents. When we receive calls there is no surprise there when a foreign accent comes through. There are several immutable laws they use to bug you which you can block cold calls like them via OffCom. To make your space sacred you may need control of the elements.

The first rule of thumb depends on the activities you engage in. A camera cannot capture the amount of alcohol you consumed on that day. The office party still remains that sacred place where CEO’s, Managers and Philanthropists’ can gather there data. In such a sacred space which puts bread on the table they must examine your every move and gesture. Through this space with the addition of all the various recording devices a boss can have you shut down in the blink of an eyelid. My point is nothing is sacred anymore, even your home is target for similar shenanigans. As we move into the age of toilet politics, square paper rations and the effects on the backs of men sharing bathtubs with daddy. When you do manage to look over your shoulder you should see less on the back than what you can reach in the front. The rise of electrolysis and films paying homage to the horror flicks of mid twentieth century in the shower. Nothing is sacred anymore; even your mother’s underwear could lead to various consequences. The Vatican like the internet loves to see a bit of dirt on the shoe, it makes them feel better, which helps them invest more in the second hand objects. So to be a human temple we need to see a pan-optical view of you. And as many of you may have been born out of wedlock there are others with deeper issues that prevent them embracing big brother. The world before internet was a sickening place according the victims trapped behind locked doors. Its these people who I speak too, saying everything will be ok. No one cares about you enough to judge the wrong that may have happened to you. Without rich media evidence neither should you. The Internet then promotes doubt which brings an even bigger question on what is real and hyper real. Was it a real experience or just a deeper neurolinguistics plant put in your sacred spaces window? This type of information is gathered to create a picture of your family tree as the search continues for the perfect cells. What is it that lies beneath it all, so let’s prize of nails and then crowbar of kneecaps in a tit for tat fashion.


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When we say we see the light is this because we want to appear more focused. Which implies that we are still searching for something? Hopping around religions and flower beds looking for new experiences. Tarred with the same feathers from a sacred pillow, hidden beneath the outside drains; clowns collecting twenty peas for god knows what. Nothing is sacred outside and in the mind when you see it you will articulate its place through art, creativity, mixed media and teaching experience. And on television again is Terry Wogan with special guest David Icke. David meet Terry and if this goes well you can have a fireside chat with Graham Norton. Point being if your sacred space is a studio it’s only a matter of time before we start seeing pictures of all your mates naked stroking reptiles.

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The Media Wheelbarrow

Attracting and connecting the media wheelbarrow: A satirical post about media biology.

This post has metaphors and explains the media we use in a satirical way. We make our own media again and again. Like fishermen we throw the net out there and hope for the best. The effects if done correctly can raise a profile and carries on for years. Much of this sort of media hangs around in archives dotted all over the place. There are instances where media gets lost. Media images via Pixel Pipes, Yahoo Pipes and other such places have closed down. Mostly though they still exist. As the times change some media may need editing for all sorts of reasons. Equally a lot of it we have hosted in reliable Cloud software.

Trimming media fat or carrying it around with you – It’s part of you and this is what people see, it is already outside your physical body, to carry media around with you could require a media wheelbarrow. The media lives inside the internet tubes which I want you to see as your stomach. It can give you indestion and hurt insides. Outside people may look at it in disgust or dismay. By carrying it around in a squeaky wheel trolley inside you get relief and outside you can arrange your guts in a way you can see. You won’t need a cat scan, there is no worries about it falling through the gaps and give you the oppurtunity to prune it all at once. This is the media wheelbarrow inspired by the star sign the big dipper.

Videos are dispensable and last less than ten seconds. Media stomaches comply more with behind the scenes tags and time attachments. Images with high resolution sizes and shapes. As web design changes images loose visibility in search engines. outside of your own management companies trying to help people in these areas focus on this sorts of stuff. They offer coffee and fizzy drinks to wash down allsorts of stuff. Some of what we are feed linger in our own digital pipes; RSS streams and web sites dotted all over the globe pulling in data. Imagine connecting thousands of users intestines together. Forming media spaghetti that overtime makes a morphological mess.

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What is the chemical explanation of these formulated contents?

I may need some help here. First we need the name of the final product, then we need the ingredients and instructions on how to access and order of things to construct or deconstruct. How to extract from stomach without doing damage to the pipes. Finding out where you stand – the peeks and troughs.

WP_000149The ingredients in our media wheelbarrow once laid out neatly can be, photos, stickies, blurbs, blogs, Tweets, testimonies, reviews, questions and answers. Places you may find these outside the big three, Google, Yahoo, Facebook could be anywhere. Overtime these recipes become in house. You may have to contact months in advance to get coding a seat. Dining suits for the media maybe required part of coding. You might have to prove your metrics or wait for them to watch so be as honest as you can. You may already be well connected and plugged into other peoples soup. Those people change a lot of stuff because good advice like media can change overtime. Allsorts of things from this can bubble up to the surface.

There is Quora Q & A, Triberr RSS and comments, inside forums go public and Google refresh. There are a million entertainments apps and games that could open up a stomach load of stuff. You just have to do your homework and be able to remember where they did their business fodder. If you have someone to clear up for you when mistakes are made this helps. You will be uninterrupted and more able to continue your train of thought. Some of what you say, make, concoct could be a massive anchor in making your point. You don’t want to sink to the bottom of the media ocean and you want to find the best of which is politically correctly provided.

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May Day Updates SoundCloud Pet Talk

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Media Marketing Communications III podcast. The third one afraid in on SoundCoud rather than Podbean. Listen in a find out all sorts of stuff from my mindful babble.

Hiya and welcome to this weeks media marketing communications blurbs. My hope is to ignite and transpire that spark that lives in all of us. We are all Firestarters, the consequent occurance of events creates allsorts of stuff. If you listen to my 20 minute blurbs you might be able to be, do or have anything. A disclaimer for the FTC in America is that I know nothing, I am not a fizzy drink or Caesar Cezanne and any academic knowledge shared is nothing new. Infact most of it is three years old, some of this is years out of date andd allsorts of other examples.

When you look into mainstream media you find oligopoly and monopolies swearing allegiance to allsorts of mixed messages. Often missing crucial news to stop contenders of the public getting rammed in the ring.

Since the beginning of time we have seen the red carpet be pulled from underneath the feet of normal citizens. People falling left, right and centre to allsorts of stuff. And as the red flag raises, be mindful of the hooks, sinks and troughs people send out. Like the Argentinean Isles you could find yourself stuck in that damp trench for days and no one will find you.

Whatever your trip is: health, wealth, survival and other readings this will complement that. So please place on those headphones and set aside 20 minutes of your busy day listen to my meanderings.

Yours in Blogging Media through blurbs and podcasts,

Robert Bridge


Making Big Data Medium Simple Through Storytelling


There was once large buckets of big data you needed to learn before you even began any decision about your next purchase.


Change was a lot slower and began at a time when a return on investment required reading the manual.


We live in an age where the warranty is more important. This is a story about a boy with a computer who had two choices: which framework to mediate and how much memory he needed to store the Big Data on the device of choice.


This is a tale of growing up and as the boy becomes a man he is told the devices he uses are getting smaller, but all around him he see’s the big picture.


The story is one of information and woe. In a world heavily outweighed by circumstantial reasons.



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This is a story about a boy and a computer who had two choices about Big Data. A practical look at the world of coding.


The day after Christmas day we sat there surrounded by polystyrene, stacked on top of a couple of boxes wondering what to do. This is not a commercial story or one of right or wrong decisions.


The magazines in the store were then limited catalogues listing companies from binary opposites and they had no expectations about KPI factors or promised a return on investment.


They were what they tried to define on the box and in the advertisements, merely supplementary modes of of entertainment that the world would all learn about.


The same ritual happened for boys and girls across the country and over the pond. New alliances were being made and the divide introduced curiosity about each others Christmas experience.


There was a new language being spoke, teachers would also have been struggling to keep up with the kids hands on approach to computers.


It wasn’t long before IT merged with the already set financial educational sector. In order to understand what was happening the best way I can think of explaining it was what was already happening outside.


The penny arcades and go carts, were transforming into computer video games. Ghost trains were being replaced by dodgem cars and roller coasters travelled around the country eminating the Disney World and MTV we seen working in the USA.


Having a computer meant travelling would change, and at the same time we were led to believe there was a triangle in the middle of the ocean where things disappeared.


Seems a bit of a tall story right? perhaps so I digress but like most entries about computer nostalgia I call upon historical beliefs about the planet.


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Many could already make that decision; between dressing up and going out on Sunday, to staying in with a great excuse, empowered with a great excuse not to engage.


Big data took presidence in houses all across the country and to be quite frank it was wicked.


The fine line between someone knowing what they were talking and passing the test changed.


The success in the digital world redefined itself, where learning was important but showing competent competence was where near as exciting.

We grew up with this right? And seen the gaming world grow into a competition, those boys and girls have grown up and some of them still have dreams of winning in a game where only the winner gets any money.


They if they choose and not be lazy get to travel the world and manage to finance this hobby by sponsorship; parental support because the parents have already been attached or indoctrinated in some way to the dream.


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two choices about Big Data and coding.


We could spend a whole lesson just learning the rules of the calculator, getting ready for the test.


Mark my words Big Data does have similar tests, coding does come in all shapes and sizes, the packaging has thankfully gone away.


We still see and need the remains and understand that pictures and price do not help understand the amount of coding that goes into anything anymore.


The box and warranty has changed. So why would we?


So now we see men all grown up who say they are good at coding and all around the world there are companies who require an understanding of coding.


Of course were not all Shelock Holmes but nothing much has changed.


The information is there, the yes economy is upon us (if you can say yes to everything your guaranteed a six to one month contract.


We can be and do anything. There are coders who all their life have been coding but have no practical experience using the very devices they have helped created.


The world is a flat segmentation of what it used to be and as the game of battleships continues the wise ones are playing a new game of Scrabble, where the words are made up only the grammar and syntax need refining.


So people pay out of the borrowing budget, capitalism waves a wallet and the bigger the wallet, the less chance of anyone taking it out.


Coding then is an ocean, feeding the media which is harvesting the dreams cleverly constructed back at a time when far less confusion was at stake.


The union came about when people stopped turning up and more buttons are now designed because of this.


Buttons to shoot and jump, drop down menus, buttons that are measured by milliseconds of time.


They are not loose buttons and like wearing a tie on Sunday a lot of the things we used to worry about have now change.


do you think in the grand scheme of big data we can all live happily ever after if united using the same platforms designed with big data?


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