Link roundup

I find this stuff so you don’t have to: Redefining the Digital Divide | @helenmilner The system is failing, hack the system – via @annemcx The Four Freedoms – wonderful piece on #opensource by @photomatt The dangerous appeal of the Silicon Valley narrative G+ Hangout: open source CMS for local government Interested in social leadership? … Keep reading

Two cool tools for knowledge and learning

Neat applications for sharing knowledge and learning are like buses, it turns out. Icon is a new app from Spigit, who are the leaders in innovation management software. It’s a really simple concept (which is good) – the online question and answer format, but for an internal audience. So, what Yammer is to Twitter, Icon … Keep reading

Bookmarks for September 20th through October 1st

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. Social intranets: Enterprises grapple with internal change – Great stuff on deploying social tech within big organisations. Open Government Licence – "You are encouraged to use and re-use the Information that is available under this licence, the Open Government Licence, freely and flexibly, with only … Keep reading

Bookmarks for July 17th through July 23rd

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. Rewired State – hack UK online – "A one-day hack providing expert advice and prototyping for UK online centres, providing technical options for improving searching on the UK online centres website for a local centre, leading to an improved and more effective experience for the … Keep reading