Category Archives: Techie

Turn off your TV

Go watch this. As recomended by Euan. Advertisements

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Downing Street using Social Media

Having talked about how council’s might use social media, I thought you might be interested in how government (or more particularly Downing Street) are dipping their toes in. There’s a Flickr site and a YouTube channel (though the comments are … Continue reading

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Definitely A List

Big shout out to our two local blogging superstars. Both Bob and Transpontine make the top three hundred most influencial UK blogs this month.

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Lockdown

Dave Briggs has written a post about browsers and other online tools in the public sector that set me thinking. Dave’s perplexed about why there’s a resistance to a number of tools that he (and lots of us) find helpful: … Continue reading

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Friend Wheel

Thanks to Robin for the link to Friend Wheel, which is a visual representation of the links between my Facebook friends.

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What the web can do

Now this is just about the coolest geek thing I’ve seen this year. (with thanks to Patrick)

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Against You: A Manifesto in Favor of Audience

For one reason or another I subscribe to Change This, which brings me manifestos – mainly about management, but not exclusively. And not today where, instead, I get Against You: A Manifesto in Favor of Audience by Andrew Keen.  Andrew … Continue reading

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