Amp’d Conference 2.0

Over the last few months I’ve spent alot of time thinking (and reading ….) about this whole ‘amplified conference’ idea – and especially in the last few weeks its been something of an oasis of web 2.0 fun in a desert of mundane web 1.0 activity! Both Brian Kelly and Andy Powell (sometime together) have…… Continue reading Amp’d Conference 2.0

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The Negative zone..

OK it has been pointed out to me by one or two people that my blog post yesterday might have been a little bit negative! I’m not going to pretend I haven’t been frustrated by elements of my new role but things are slowly improving and its just a case of trying to get in…… Continue reading The Negative zone..

Brave New World? Not really…

Its becoming increasingly apparent to me that I have been living and, more importantly, working in some kind of bubble for the last couple of years.  The great leaps forward in the web that I saw happening around me were actually an illusion and they had failed to take hold in the wider public conciousness…… Continue reading Brave New World? Not really…

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More eGov ramblings..

No sooner had I finished mulling over the implications of the Power of Information report I wrote about earlier in the week when I came across another eGov/Web 2.0 article – this time from Richard MacManus at the Read/WriteWeb blog (based on a couple of Gartner reports). In this case it is very much a…… Continue reading More eGov ramblings..

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