Archive for January, 2010

Notes from the 3rd annual UK government unconference (#ukgc10)

This is just a quick one to send you over here, to the team BIS tumblog Alistair set up, where I liveblogged my notes from two sessions at Govcamp 2010 today (alongside posts from @alistairreid and @lesteph). Namely: Setting up a group for public sector web professionals – progress from Socitm and how to get [...]


The perfect page…

A lot of my focus at work lately has been about how we publish to the web – who’s doing it, with what tools, and to what standard. While the boss is focusing on what goes up when and how to make it more engaging, I’m mainly working on three things: building the platform: merging [...]


What’s on my iPhone? (Or: Appy new year)

(This is a lazier than usual post for a lazy New Year’s Day. Normal service will resume when the year is in full swing…) I don’t know about you, but I can’t so much as glance at someone else’s iPhone without wanting to grab it and have a nose at what applications they’ve installed. So [...]