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Author Archives: Steph Gray
A cross post from Steph’s blog to help publicise this event! Just a quick one to pimp MailCamp11, a free show + tell event about email marketing in the public sector, now confirmed for 12 May at the Dept of … Continue reading
Cross-posted from the new blog over on moreopen.org, here Steph announces some small-scale funding available for public sector-oriented digital events and projects: As UKGovcamp 2011 fades into the memory, and exciting events such as ShropCamp (19 April) hove into view, it’s … Continue reading
The biggest get-together of folk in the UK with an interest in how the public sector uses technology happens on Saturday, just 5 sleeps away. The list here says 204 people are coming, not counting our sponsors and hosts. Gulp. … Continue reading
So another 50 tickets were released for January’s Govcamp this morning, and they went within twenty minutes. Remarkable. There is still space, but very limited. If you want to come along, please leave your name on the waiting list. There’s … Continue reading
Steph provides an update on the AVdebate project (cross-posted from Helpful Technology). Six weeks ago, Dave kicked off a little project which he described as follows: I’m rather interested in the referendum that we are going get get next May in … Continue reading