Monthly Archives: May 2009

LocalGovCamp group

Much planning is afoot for LocalGovCamp, the unconference for local government which is taking place on 20th June in Birmingham. All tickets are technically sold out, but if you are desperate to come, email me. I took a wander around … Continue reading

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Wave power

Google have announced something really rather interesting called Wave. (Warning: looooooong video) Essentially, A wave is equal parts conversation and document. People can communicate and work together with richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps, and more. A wave is shared. … Continue reading

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Tech books

A year or so ago, I wrote about my dead tree web 2.0 reading list, which was all about what books were being published about the interactive web. I’ve bought most of those on the list, plus a bunch of … Continue reading

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Using game mechanics in engagement

Here is a really interesting presentation on how elements of games can help engage people within a community – and therefore also, possibly, a process. Putting the Fun in Functional View more OpenOffice presentations from amyjokim. Thanks to Rich Millington … Continue reading

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Hyperlocal alliance

Will, Dom and Kalv are starting something that has the potential to become really rather cool. So where are we going with this? Well we want to know if hyperlocal people in the UK are up for some sort of … Continue reading

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