My friend Jim Boulton is hosting a great exhibition – 64 Bits – right now at Here East in the Olympic Park. It documents the early history of the internet using obscure archival finds.

Building on the foundations of his Digital Archaeology project he's managed to recreate some of the iconic sites from the early days of pioneering web design, and they are 'live' on some of the fantastic machines of the time, which in themselves are museum pieces. It's an amazing experience for both those who grew up through it and those who grew up later.

It also made me acutely aware that I have about 15 years worth of digital work that has been uploaded to the great dustbin in the sky. I'm actually inspired to resurrect one particular one, if I can find the source files.

In the interim you can see a load of my previous work here.