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karmakingRe: visages 2 (evis)

Here we go again! :)





3 years, 1 month ago, 3 Comments

karmakingRe: Should OBP Push Or Pull from Bank? (evis)

Does it have to be "either/or"? Can't it be a different model?

I.e. like a VOIP client, who initiates the connection to a server and after that opens a port / listens to incoming connections as well. The bank would be the "client" to OBP (giving control over the initialisation to the bank) and after that waiting for incoming requests as well.

OBP could sort of forward-handshake connections from/to user side then and wouldn't have to store any sensitive information.

Does that make sense!?

cheers D.

3 years, 8 months ago, 2 Comments

karmakingRe: visages 2 (evis)

some more! :)





3 years, 9 months ago, 4 Comments

karmakingRe: visages 2 (haha)

The show must go on! :)





4 years, 1 month ago, 3 Comments

karmakingRe: visages (evis)
Here's another one... that's funny, once you conditioned your mind, these come popping in all the time :)



5 years, 3 months ago, 3 Comments

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3rd-Party-InfluenceThe 32Hex tour (event)

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OpenBankProjectHacked @ Hack/Make The Bank #6 in London (evis)


We had great fun in London this weekend thanks to the almost 100 participants who joined us during two days for #HackMakeTheBank hackathon at the amazing Level39. It turned out to be a great event, with some really exciting hacks that came from it!

Check out Underdraft, a mobile app that prevents you from going overdraft. Syndik8, a crowd-funded property investment market place. Athena Xchange, an invoice FX risk mitigation platform or Teller, a reverse-engineered banking API.

See the complete list of hacks here.

The hackers were using and mashing up different APIs provided by Open Bank Project IBM Watson, S&P; Capital IQ,TEMENOSMortgage27Currency Cloud and OpenCorporates. They also had the chance to pitch their ideas to a group of expert mentors and fintech judges.

Many thanks to our sponsors IBM and TEMENOS for making this happen – it was truly a great experience!

Our next hack/make the bank will be in Paris on Nov 15th-16th, organised jointly with our good friends at La Mutinerie. Feel free to register or share the link with your network.

3 weeks, 4 days ago, 0 Comments

David-Redfern-NewsSummer News Update 2014 (News)




Greetings from the stunning the Camargue in the South of France, from where I’m writing this summer news update.


Decided to move my entire healthcare permanently to France. They are not ageist nor is there any cost restriction on available drugs. it does seem much better, many thanks to CSF (Cancer Support France) for their unrivalled support during this difficult change over period.


Summer has seen me photographing four days at the Vienne Jazz festival, with such artists as Buddy Guy, the Tedeschi Truck band, Ben L’Uncle, Sharon Jones, Charles Bradley, to name a few.   Two days in Juan les Pins, with Imelda May, Joss Stone & the Fabulous Chick Corea with Stanley Clarke, there’s still plenty of great music around, many thanks to fellow photographers Tim Dickeson  and Ed Hawkins for looking after me in the photo pits.


My BBC Radio 2 interview with Clare Teal is now being broadcast on Sunday 27th of July just after 10 PM (22.00).


Future plans include a Norwegian Fiord cruise in the autumn, the London Jazz festival in November and at an exhibition at the new South Coast Jazz festival in the Shoreham Arts centre in late January 2015.


I was shocked and upset by the news of the sudden death of my friend writer Jack Massarik, we had some great times together, most memorable was a trip to Cuba in 1990, and may he rest in piece.


Thanks as ever to my lovely wife Suzy for her unfailing devotion and constant caring for me during this time.


Keep the faith and live every day to the full,  you just never know…….



3 months, 2 weeks ago, 0 Comments

David-Redfern-NewsSummer News 2014 (News)



It’s been a fantastic rollercoaster health-wise the last few months: in the end, I didn’t get on the drugs trial (blood count too low) and the last chemo had very heavy side effects, so much so that I didn’t make it as far as New Orleans this year. But I did get as far as Virginia where my son Mark, wife Wendy and my delightful 16-month-old granddaughter Rose lives. So there’s always good coming out of bad,


Waiting to go on a new drug, meantime I had a 9 cms stent put in the bottom of my stomach last week, which solved a lot of problems instantly. Ah, the wonders of modern science, for which I have to give many thanks to my oncologist Doc Sharma who has tirelessly worked on my behalf.


Anyway, onwards and upwards. A couple of weeks ago at the House of Commons I won the Services to Jazz award in the 2014 Parliamentary Jazz awards. On July 20th I’m going on Claire Teal’s Sunday night big band show on BBC Radio 2 (U.K.’s most popular station) between 10 and midnight. The big dilemma now is choosing only three big-band tracks.


Later in July I’m being filmed for a TV documentary, it’s part of a series called “My Street My Life’ this one is going to be about Carnaby Street and King’s Road. The series is being co-produced and presented by Twiggy; should be fun!


Meantime, subject to treatment schedule, I will be covering some of ‘Jazz a Vienne’, followed by a few days in Juan les Pins for the festival there. Otherwise, we’re spending the summer in our house in the south of France, can’t wait for some warm sun.


As always, so very many thanks to my wife Suzy for looking after me so well, she absolutely never falters, no matter how hard the going gets.


Finally, my musical tip: listen to Wilco Johnson /Roger Daltrey’s Going back home. Wilco and I both have the same dreaded lurgy and we are both fighting well!



3 months, 2 weeks ago, 0 Comments

David-Redfern-Newsnews (evis)

3 months, 2 weeks ago, 0 Comments

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