Digging digital government: recent major works and what they mean

Tweet Major works by Whitehall webbies in the past six weeks have repeatedly got top billing on No 10′s legendary grid, and even made front page news. This feels very different from even a year ago, when web teams had to work hard just to get their voices heard on the importance of the web […]


Reflections on a barcamp: turning the conversation into action after ukgc09

Saturday’s second annual government web barcamp was an amazing day for networking, sharing war stories, launching initiatives and swapping notes – all crucial activities for the small (and increasingly close) family of digital innovators in the government web space, and something we must all do more of. But for all the impassioned talk of what […]


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See Emma

Just a quicky to highlight the interesting discussions over on Emma’s blog about web rationalisation and online consultation. Go!


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Look what I found: 23 November to 26 November

Look what I found interesting. Maybe you will too. The hinternet, the internet we’re missing – Jon Bounds deserves much kudos for this fantastic coinage: the hinternet, those corners of the web running on old technology and missing out on the new inter-connectedness. Juror shares trial details on Facebook – 12 good men and true […]


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Stuff I’ve bookmarked from 13 November to 14 November

Interesting things I’ve seen recently around the web… 20 Great Online Image Editors – Who needs desktop software? One of these takes you a step closer to Installation Zero. IntenseDebate WordPress plugin – Comment threading, replies by email. Potentially a powerful plugin for any WordPress driven e-consultation. The miniskirt theory of web writing – “Good […]