Monthly Archives: March 2008

Tuttling

I attended my first Tuttle Club on Friday morning, and it was well worth having a day off work and the train fare down to London, not least because I got to meet Neville Hobson in person, finally, after several … Continue reading

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Getting things into the open

David Wilcox has taken the bull by the horns and created an open thread on the OpenRSA blog calling for a more collaborative approach to the discussion on jounalism being carried out on the RSA networks platform. This debate is … Continue reading

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WordPress 2.5

Went live for download over the weekend. Will be having a look at it over the next day or so. Looks a great release, with some much needed improvements, including: Improved admin dashboard, which can now include widgets Multi-file uploads … Continue reading

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Why I love web 2.0

Part of the joys of the social web and the community that has built up around it is the sheer informality of the whole thing. Take this, for example: a tweet from Loic Le Meur, CEO of Seesmic this morning: … Continue reading

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Downing Street is on Twitter

And you can follow the rather dull news updates at https://twitter.com/downingstreet. Still, well done whoever got this going!

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