Monthly Archives: December 2010

Themes for 2011

2010 has been an interesting year for the internet. Where will 2011 take us? Here’s a slightly apocalyptic set of thoughts. Wikileaks, privacy and security Anybody who has thought for even a moment about the implications of the internet and … Continue reading

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Where does social media belong?

Well done Ingrid, whose post has caused a number of interesting discussions to kick off. One is around where social media activity belongs within an organisation. She writes (on her newish personal blog, which you really ought to subscribe to) … Continue reading

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Top posts in 2010

As is customary at this time of year, a list of the most popular posts I’ve published here is probably in order. Oh dear, Andrew Marr… Adventures in open source land Why chief executives should blog Where next for digital … Continue reading

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Parliamentary online petitions

So, online petitions for Parliament? In an attempt to reduce what is seen as a disconnection between the public and parliament, ministers will ensure that the most popular petition on the government website Direct.gov.uk will be drafted as a bill. … Continue reading

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Whither open government in 2011?

Ingrid has published a set of five rather grim predictions for next year. Go and take a look, and make one of your new year resolutions to stop them from happening. Here are some thoughts from me on what might … Continue reading

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