Tag Archives: localism

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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Gov’s role in local digital ecosystems

Many thanks to Will Perrin from Talk About Local, who basically did my job for me in a comment on my last post about local digital communities and economies. The thrust of my post was that having a lively digital … Continue reading

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Elements of local digital ecosystems

Apologies for using the word ecosystems – I just couldn’t be bothered thinking of anything less naff. So earlier I blogged about the ways NESTA identified that government can help support local digital activity. I mentioned that there are many … Continue reading

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Local digital impact

I’m increasingly interested in how creative collaborations between small suppliers, public services and organisations from other sectors can come together to solve problems in an open innovation-y sort of way. The digital arena is probably one of the best places … Continue reading

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Bookmarks for December 12th through December 30th

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. Five (grim) predictions for 2011 – Ingrid expresses a few concerns. Let's work to make sure this stuff doesn't happen! What Localism might mean for local gov web managers by Michele Ide-Smith … Continue reading

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