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Bookmarks for February 23rd through April 4th

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. Reaping the benefits of shared services – Interesting interview with @terryhuggins on the shared services arrangement between South Holland and East Lindsay councils. UK IT Strategy Sets the Pace for … Continue reading

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Bookmarks for October 30th through December 10th

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. Living with rats: Nine signposts towards Our Society – Good stuff from @juliandobson Wikileaks and the Long Haul – Shirky on Wikileaks What the attacks on WikiLeaks tell us – … Continue reading

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Online Networked Neighbourhoods Study

Networked Neighbourhoods have published their study into local websites. Written by Hugh Flouch and Kevin Harris, it is as excellent as you would imagine it ought to be. For lazy people, here’s a link to the four-page summary (PDF warning). … Continue reading

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Sharing and flexibility

Nice post from BIS’ Neil Williams on deciding up on a commenting system for the department’s website. Go read the whole thing, but he summarises: So what have we learned? People blogging about what they are up to is dead … Continue reading

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Bookmarks for August 5th through August 11th

EAVB_CFHFXKJFDR I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. Splashpath – “Splashpath is a free service for Leisure Operators to create, update and communicate swimming pool timetables” The Value of Transparency Is At The Boundary between Government and … Continue reading

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