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I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. #UKGC11: Flickr, Wikipedia and Open Streetmap for local authorities – Great write up of an interesting session from @abeeken Reworking the public sector | Public sector pm – Notes on … Continue reading
[Something is going wrong with this again. For some reason this hadn't been posted before now.] I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. Embracing Government 2.0: Leading transformative change in the public sector (PDF) – PDF warning! … Continue reading
I’ve been asked this question a few times recently, so thought it worth sharing my answer with everyone that reads this blog: What’s the best way to approach editing Wikipedia articles about us? There are a number of reasons why … Continue reading
Helen Nicol writes an interesting post about how to get wikis taken up within organisations. Using Wikipedia as an example, she writes, is a bad idea, because it sets unrealistic expectations of the amount of content likely to be generated, … Continue reading