Tag Archives: BarcampUKGovweb

BarcampUKGovWeb is back, back, baaaaack!

Tom Watson points us all to a new wiki for getting the next barcamp for UK (and elsewhere) government webbies going. Sign up and start thinking about you could present about! I have already put down that I’m interested in … Continue reading

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Teacamping this Thursday

Teacamps are the bi-weekly get togethers of people interested in government and the web, which emerged from January’s Barcamp. I don’t get along nearly as often as I would like – something that will hopefully change now I have a … Continue reading

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Government offline

The Economist has published an interesting article on “Why business succeeds on the web and government mostly fails”: Why is government unable to reap the same benefits as business, which uses technology to lower costs, please customers and raise profits? … Continue reading

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barcampukgovweb Developments

The community that formed around the barcamp for uk gov web types (hence the name) has been working hard to start developing idea and connections that can start to have a real beneficial effect on the way that public services … Continue reading

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For Immediate Release

For Immediate Release is one of my favourite podcasts, which has Shel Holtz, Neville Hobson and a host of other contributors talking social media, web 2.0 and how it affects public relations and business communications. It’s good stuff. Yesterday, Neville … Continue reading

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