Tag 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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Networked Neighbourhoods: effective localism or narrow insularity?

My friends at LGIU, The Hansard Society and Networked Neighbourhoods are running a free event next month in London that looks dead good: Wednesday 19 October, 18.30 – 20.00 Thatcher Room, Portculis house, Westminster LGiU, Networked Neighbourhoods and the Hansard … Continue reading

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What I’ve been reading

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. openkent :: home – "Open Kent is where public sector bodies in Kent can publish information about the services they provide." How to do a Crowd | Innovator Inside – … Continue reading

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Residents online: opportunities for councils?

Rob Dale at LGIU blogs about some research being done in collaboration with Networked Neighbourhoods about the impact of online local community activity. You can take part: If you are a councillor, complete this survey. If you are an officer … Continue reading

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What I’ve been reading

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. 2011 London Social Business Summit – Great content from this event. Introducing South West LocalGovCamp #swlocalgc « Carl’s Notepad – This should be a good one! ’100 million comments a … Continue reading

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