Monthly Archives: January 2009

Barcamping today

This morning, over 130 people interested in the way government uses the web will be descending on London to, well, have a bit of a natter. There has already been plenty of chat on the event social network, and hopefully … Continue reading

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This is how it can be done

After all my moaning of recent times, a good news story. Lincoln City Council have released a site called Community Voice which links to all their ongoing consultations, with an RSS feed to keep up to date with new ones … Continue reading

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Digital Britain interim report

…is available from the DCMS website.

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Steph has released some details of his short survey of the blocking of useful websites within the public sector. The following figures show the percentages of organisations which allow access to each type of site: Google 100% LinkedIn 100% NetMums … Continue reading

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Can someone explain to me what an eMagazine is, please

An item on the local TV new bulletin alerted me to Cambridgeshire County Council’s effort at citizen engagement on transport issues, as part of the Cambridgeshire Transport Commission. They’ve got a website and everything: Well, I think it’s a website, … Continue reading

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