Monthly Archives: July 2011

Government Digital Service blog, and e-petitions

The new Government Digital Service, the part of the Cabinet Office tasked with taking forward various elements of the digital agenda in Whitehall (and beyond) has a new blog. Very nice it is too, and anyone with an interest in … Continue reading

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Residents online: opportunities for councils?

Rob Dale at LGIU blogs about some research being done in collaboration with Networked Neighbourhoods about the impact of online local community activity. You can take part: If you are a councillor, complete this survey. If you are an officer … Continue reading

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What is RSS?

Yup, they’re still coming. This one tries to explain the mystery that is RSS. Enjoy! If you can’t see it embedded below, you can download the PDF version from the Kind of Digital website. What is RSS? View more documents … Continue reading

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Government IT costs – the bloggers’ view

Once again, the quality commentary on the latest reports into government IT spending is coming from blogs. Simon Dickson: The real story, such as it is, is the Committee’s apparent recognition that the current process – reliant on a small … Continue reading

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After being suitably inspired at June’s LocalGovCamp, the effervescent Nicky Getgood has been working away to get StoryCamp up and running. She describes it thus: StoryCamp is a time and picturesque space for storytellers (digital or otherwise), independent publishers, those … Continue reading

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