Category Archives: Communities

Brilliant free ebook on online community building

The marvellous Rich Millington is giving away a fabulous ebook on developing online communities. Rich’s blog, Feverbee, is packed full of great hints and tips, and I recommend you subscribe to that. All you have to do to get the … Continue reading

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Communities and ‘hyperactivism’

Excellent analysis and writing from Tessy Britton in reaction to the recent disturbances in Bristol: This is the real landscape into which the Localism Bill will descend. There seems to have been some dramatic shift recently from ‘government knows best’ … Continue reading

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Meet the communities

My good friend Steph Gray is organising a fab little event to get public sector types and existing online communities of interest together to see how they can work together. It’s a great idea for an event and should be … Continue reading

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Anonymity, community and identity

A while ago, I got a bit of a bee in my bonnet about anonymity online, and why it sucked. This was in the wake of the ‘Civil Serf‘ (remember her?) kerfuffle, when a blogger working in government said some … Continue reading

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What community managers should know and do

For an internal bit of work at Learning Pool, I was asked to contribute to a list of things that would need to be a part of the role description for a community manager – a position we might be … Continue reading

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