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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ
Father first. Vegan marathon runner and kidney donor. A design leader who codes. Working in the open in UK Gov, Home Office. Save the animals, save the world.
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ 13h
Replying to @samwake
You did an amazing job. You’re spreading the truth and demonstrating what it really means to show: integrity, honesty, objectivity, impartiality and to top it off, courage. I think you should speak at more gov events.
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ 23h
Very impressed with this list of services by collected and curated into seven different service patterns.
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ Jan 21
Replying to @HarryTrimble
It’s after Pancake Monday. Mmmm pancakes every day 😋
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ Jan 19
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ Jan 17
An open and honest reflection of the last decade with fears and hopes for the future by
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ Jan 17
Children’s universal love of puddles amazes me. If I’m late and wet the next time you see me, you know I’ve been embracing my inner-child.
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Andy Budd Jan 16
We all know about the double diamond right? This illustration by shows how much resource is actually invested in each part of the process.
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ Jan 15
A true creative and man of 2020; I’ve started learning to knit 🧶😳
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Carrie Bishop Jan 9
I do like our 404 page
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ Jan 10
Brilliant. I’m familiar with most of this so sure I can muddle through. Do you (or can you) use it to syndicate long form blog posts to Medium for example?
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ Jan 10
I like how you’ve got all your content for this, like and replies on your website. How are you doing this?
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ Jan 10
Game on! Can you beat me at ? I’ve already crossed off 11 boxes. How many have people tried?
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ Jan 8
Work in 2020 so far seems like it’s going to contain all of the same nonsensical frustrations as 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016 and...keep rewinding back until the Golden Age of the paper round years: good times
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ Jan 8
Replying to @Amy_Hupe
Have you tried the Prosociano Wedge? We’re a vegan family (two adults, two children) and use this all the time for grating on top of pastas, salads, chips. It’s a bit of a journey to find the right product for the job you need but you’ll get there. Don’t give up.
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ Jan 6
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ Jan 5
Replying to @paulmsmith
Also, the use of Google Analytics really irks me — when so many privacy conscious alternatives exist, I question the ethics of contributing user activity data to Google and surveillance capitalism
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ Jan 4
Replying to @paulmsmith
Agree — the blogs off-the-shelf approach is the type I’ve come to despise on websites. When we’re so open with sharing code, this is a strange thing to implement vs the existing custom design on
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ Dec 24
This year, in an effort to reduce waste and carbon, instead of sending cards I’m donating the money saved to and I’ve replaced some gifts with purchases to to gift people who truly need. Merry Christmas everyone 🎄
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ Dec 24
Replying to @adambsilver
I did some interesting work in this area a few years ago which didn’t go anyway — its a big market to influence
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Charles Reynolds-Talbot Ⓥ Dec 22
Replying to @BenHolliday @cjforms
That means a lot Ben, thank you. At least we only have two babies to cope with (I don’t know how you do it). I hope you and your family have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
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