Tag Archives: Software

Tools for writing

I use a ridiculous number of apps for writing stuff down digitally. It all depends on the context! Rough notes, ideas and that sort of thing tend to be stored in Evernote. It’s easy, and ubiquitous and everything gets kept … Continue reading

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Yammer time

One of the most talked about sessions at last weekend’s LocalGovCamp was about Yammer. (For those who don’t know, Yammer is basically a private version of Twitter with knobs on that works within an organisation.) Tom Phillips, who led the … Continue reading

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The browser problem

Delib share some interesting stats on browser usage of their products. Here you can see that IE6 is used by more than a third of our Citizen Space administrators, but only about a tenth of the total visitors. At the … Continue reading

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Bookmarks for April 6th through April 27th

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. How to beat Apple – Interesting read. Micro-Participation In Online Consultations – NIce summary and contribution to the discussion. Coté’s People Over Process » 3 Tips on Scaling Agile Development … Continue reading

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The victory of the app store?

I just downloaded the latest update to Apple’s computer operating system, Mac OSX, which brings with it an app store, like the sort on your mobile phone, or iPad. It means that I can browse for, pay for (if necessary) … Continue reading

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