Monthly Archives: August 2009

Ten top internet tips for councillors

After a break of a week, the guest posts are back! This time it’s Mark Pack, who has written a handy guide for councillors on how to get to grips with the net. It is pretty rare these days to … Continue reading

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Compo winner!

Well done to Richard Smedley who has won my spare – but pristine! – copy of Malcolm Gladwell’s Outliers in the first and perhaps last competition to be held here on DavePress. Richard blogs at Good GNUs and is @richardsmedley … Continue reading

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Bookmarks for July 27th through August 20th

Stuff I have bookmarked for July 27th through August 20th: Linked data, swings and roundabouts « Policy and Performance – "We know that local government needs to have better access to data and needs to use it better. But perhaps … Continue reading

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The web and safeguarding – a new project

Dom Campbell of FutureGov has blogged about the start of a new project around how the web can help improve and innovate in children’s services. This project will kick off with a get together of interested folk: To start off … Continue reading

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LocalGovCamb is the latest regional LocalGovCamp to be arranged. I’m helping put this together with Michele Ide-Smith. There are hardly any details, really. December this year or January 2010. Somewhere in Cambridge. Theme will be local government innovation. While the … Continue reading

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