Dave joined the BBC in 1995, supporting the development of in-house real-time 3D election graphics software in the News department. In late '97 he was instrumental in the early adoption of fledgling html technologies (anyone remember Netscape Navigator 1.0 on Windows 3.11?) to deliver the BBC's first browser based application for internal staff - an image library named ELVIS. He later produced a web based collaborative TV script production system for BBC Sport - the 1st show on-air was the opening ceremony of the 2006 Winter Olympics from Italy - 28 days before Google launched their Docs product. Dave now works in the BBC News Labs team, focusing on using tomorrow's trending technologies to improve today's journalism workflows.