Those who are familiar with Saint Pancras station only know it too well: London is changing rapidly. From the Conservatives regaining power in 2008 to the upcoming Olympics, the city’s buildings are undergoing some kind of overpriced, permanent makeover.
Perhaps in a more ear-friendly fashion, its digital landscape seems to evolve even more dramatically. Over the last four months, I have been able to witness this on-going, silent revolution, through a series of insightful talks and conferences. Amid the growing data fever, London seemed like the perfect place to check the temperature.