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Category Archives: Participation
Neil Williams writes a great post about digital engagement on the AlphaGov blog: On the face of it, you could say it’s a simple case of government doing something a bit whizzier and more user-friendly than publishing thousands of PDFs … Continue reading
I’m always going on about how, if you want people to give up their time to help you out, then you need to make it easy for them to do so, else they won’t bother. Stefan has a lovely example, … Continue reading
Now, when I started writing about micro-participation, I never envisaged the possibility of micro-farming, but there we are! MyFarm is a great initiative from the National Trust, effectively making games like Facebook’s Farmville real. Participants pay £30 a year to … Continue reading