Monthly Archives: February 2009

It isn’t just government…

…that is struggling with some of this stuff. Take a look at Phil Bradley’s marvellous post, railing against the attitudes of CILIP (the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals): The next section really did make my jaw drop. “In … Continue reading

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Remind us of your views, again?

I wrote a little while back about a fairly terrible website being used by Cambridgeshire’s Transport Commission to consult people on their views. Cambridge News now reports: A PROBE into Cambridgeshire’s transport crisis – including the idea of a congestion … Continue reading

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Growing cars

Didn’t you know cars come from out of the ground? Taken near Waterbeach Station, this morning.

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DavePress redux

I’m currently having a good sort out of this blog – and will be relaunching it with quite a few changes in the near future. I have found that running a self-hosted blog is a bit like running a PC, … Continue reading

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LocalGovCamp stuff

A quick note on the LocalGovCamp site on who should consider attending. And on The Connected Republic, a call to local gov folk in other nations to consider running their own event.

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