Monthly Archives: November 2008

Another new DavePress look

I’ve given DavePress yet another facelift. This one is a lot lighter and hopefully more friendly too. Personally, I especially like the ‘adverts’ in the top right corner, pimping my social media wares, such as my newsletter, ReadWriteGov and LGSearch. … Continue reading

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Who would you like to see on Twitter?

Tom Watson is making a list of people who aren’t yet on Twitter, but who ought to be for all our benefit. Stephen Fry (if it be he) has become an instant success using micro-blogging platfrom, Twitter. Life would be … Continue reading

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Wikipedia a bad example for enterprise wikis?

Helen Nicol writes an interesting post about how to get wikis taken up within organisations. Using Wikipedia as an example, she writes, is a bad idea, because it sets unrealistic expectations of the amount of content likely to be generated, … Continue reading

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Great comment on ReadWriteGov

Great comment left by Maureen Charles of Cambridgeshire County Council on the ReadWriteGov blog, acting as a real reminder of why I started arranging these events and the value they can have: I was really impressed by the event in … Continue reading

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2 screens = more work done?

I’ve just dug out an old 15″ flat screen monitor from a box and plugged it into my MacBook: The way I have it set up is to have email and twitter on the flatscreen, while having the actual work … Continue reading

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