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I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. Local Government Graduate Gripes – "How would a networked, open, innovative, tech-enabled, social recruitment scheme for government work?" 10 things Alpha.gov.uk gets wrong (Part 1) | Helpful Technology – Nicely … Continue reading →
I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. NHS spends millions on websites that fail patients, says government report | Society | The Guardian – "The NHS spends up to £86m a year on thousands of websites that … Continue reading →
I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. Open innovation, why bother? – 100% Open – "…if open innovation is to deliver sustainable business advantage then we need a better understanding of what motivates contributors to these initiatives, … Continue reading →
Two great blog posts recently on the ever thorny issue of local government websites. Firstly, Al Smith recounts his experience managing the refresh of Newcastle City Council‘s site. A remarkably honest and open appraisal of how it all went, and … Continue reading →
Here’s a quick roundup of some things I’ve really started to get some use out of in 2009. Not necessarily services that were new to the last 12 months, but ones which became a vital part of my toolkit. You’ll … Continue reading →