Tag Archives: ukgovweb

The state of the UK gov blogosphere

(This is one of those posts I really seriously considered not posting, because I’m not sure whether I am talking bollocks here or not. Please leave comments, letting me know one way or the other.) Here’s an assumption of mine … Continue reading

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Barcamp on Ning

The upcoming Barcamp for UK government webby stuff now has a social network, thanks to Ning! In many ways, this is a copycat …err… following good practice attempt after the excellent network set up by Tim Davies for the UK … Continue reading

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The UKGovWeb Twitterverse

The real value of Twitter is in the network, and if you are just starting out with it, and don’t have many people to follow, or much of a following yourself, it can seem a bit quiet, depressing and pointless. … Continue reading

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ReadWriteGov is this Wednesday!

This Wednesday sees the first of hopefully many ReadWriteGov events taking place at Peterborough City Council. It’s going to be a great day, with some excellent speakers, all of whom are working within the public sector trying to get things … 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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