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What I’ve been reading

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. Civility in service | Public Strategist – "Civil servants should understand the constraints they accept as part of the job. They – and everybody else – should understand the limitations … Continue reading

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Keep (more than) your pants on

My previous post, giving a bit of advice for people wanting to be active online and yet stay out of trouble at work, missed one vital point: Don’t post pictures of your groin on the internet – especially if you’ve … Continue reading

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Just because you can say something…

…doesn’t mean that you should. Of course. A bit of a Twitter flurry this morning about a case of a civil servant apparently being disciplined because of their use of the service. The account in question, nakedCservant, is protected, so … Continue reading

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Jonathan Freedland in The Guardian: The biggest complaint, in both my Twitter sample and the expert essays, was about the quality of thinking in the online era. What the internet has done, say the dissenters, is damage our ability to … Continue reading

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#testittuesday – public service use of twitter par excellence

I had a great day yesterday (Wednesday) at the FirePro seminar on social media use in Fire and Rescue Services. I have a load of notes to type up and share here, but one thing really jumped out at me … Continue reading

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