I find this stuff so that you don’t have to.
- UKGovCamp as the future | The Democratic Society – "I suspect – I hope – we will look back on days like Saturday as a time of shared preparation for something much bigger: an agreeable Enlightenment salon heralding the harder, more disappointing work of social transformation. "
- Barnet Council FixMyStreet – Barnet Council team up with FixMyStreet – cool.
- Online basics – Online basics is a free, easy to use course that will help you get started using computers and the internet.
- CPSRenewal.ca: Column: When Social Location Sharing Meets Government Services – "Where location sharing services like Foursquare and governments collide will most likely be in the area of service delivery. More specifically, Foursquare (or whatever location sharing service rivals it) will be a key social space for any government agency that delivers service via a service center."
- Lotus Puts the Labs to Work: On Innovation – Interesting stuff coming out of IBM, beautifully written up by @monkchips
- WordPress Foundation – "The WordPress Foundation is a charitable organization founded by Matt Mullenweg to further the mission of the WordPress open source project: to democratize publishing through Open Source, GPL software."
- Stretching Resources 3: Using new technology | Opinion | Local Government Chronicle – "It is the right time to be thinking creatively and using modern, user-centered technology to make it possible for public sector workers to meet the demands of their jobs in as streamlined a way as possible."
- Lotus Knows, But Do You Know Lotus? – "Lotus is able to deliver what Google Wave fails to address: providing a solution that improves personal productivity without forcing a change in work behavior."
- The benefits of blogging – Great post by Julia Chandler on DfID's blogging experience
- Can We Categorize Participation and Collaboration? – "I thought it would be useful to distinguish two types of participation and two types of collaboration"
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