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I love stuff like this. Nick Charney works in government in Canada, and is also a prolific and excellent blogger. He’s also pretty active on GovLoop, which is where I first came across him I think. Anyway, follow his stuff. … Continue reading
Amazon have just relaunched the Kindle e-reading device in the UK, with a new model, which looks rather spiffy. Mine is one of the old, white ones – but I still love it. The new one features a new layout … Continue reading
In the US, the National Academy of Public Administration Collaboration Project recently published an online dialogue guide for effective citizen engagement. It’s pretty interesting and given how much the coalition government seems to like asking people for ideas, what with … Continue reading
There are a lot of people who still see the internet as being something that is purely the domain of right-wing lunatics and porn fiends, which is of course a shame. The internet has created, or at least helped to … Continue reading