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Category Archives: Big society
I’ve written a couple of times about the WordPress based ideas crowdsourcing tool we’ve been working on at Kind of Digital, which is called CiviCrowd. We’re delighted that it’s now being used out in the open by South Holland District … Continue reading
David Wilcox does his usual excellent summarising and commenting job on the latest snafu involving BIG Lottery funding and the internet. It’s all about a grant of £1.89 million to the Media Trust, to fund the establishment of “connected news … Continue reading
I had the pleasure on this lunchtime of spending time with Nick Booth – the man (the legend?) behind Podnosh, and the phenomenon that are Social Media Surgeries. What I love about Nick is that he is a connector – … Continue reading
Shane McCracken is a good guy, and when he blogs about something it is worth paying attention. Here’s his view on the Big Society. That is what Big Society is to me. Local people taking control of their local facilities … Continue reading
David Wilcox has been doing a great job documenting the discussions around the Big Society agenda, which according to the website, is an organisation being set up by frustrated citizens for frustrated citizens, to help everyone achieve change in their … Continue reading