Monthly Archives: April 2008

Public sector blogging in the Guardian

I had the pleasure of talking to Patrick Butler of the Guardian the other day on the subject of public sector types blogging. He did a jolly good job of editing down everything I said into one paragraph in his … Continue reading

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links for 2008-04-29

End Of Speculation: The Real Twitter Usage Numbers Interesting stats on Twitter take-up – growing but still pretty limited (tags: microblogging statistics twitter techcrunch traffic) Home | Shine UnConference Think I will only be able to make the Saturday (tags: … Continue reading

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Summing up

Here David and I discuss our day’s social reporting:

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A day’s reporting

Today was most enjoyably spent at the Digital Inclusion conference, with David Wilcox, doing some video and other social web stuff on behalf of DC10plus. We decided that, rather than drown DC10plus’s own blog with everything we produced, we would … Continue reading

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Video at Digital Inclusion

I’m chucking up some nice bits of video over on the DC10plus social reporting site. I especially like this one, featuring David Wilcox and some impairment-simulation gear: [youtube:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kS5ipjIkifo]

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