Monthly Archives: June 2011

Games, data, social, mobile….so what?

Government are pushing for greater involvement of communities in the issues that affect them. Whether this is through improved accountability (proposals such as Police and Crime Commissioners elected by local people) or through greater awareness (release of public data such … Continue reading

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Internal Social Media

Many of the people who will read blogs like this will be familiar with the oft-mentioned benefits of social media. It is social, it allows collaborations and conversations to develop with like minded people, it is the future! Readers may … Continue reading

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Bureaucratic mould and charities

There has been another re-launch of the Big Society recently. This gathered some criticisms from media commentators who saw the need to re-launch it as an indication that the principle of Big Society – communities and individuals being more active … Continue reading

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Social Media Handbook for Police: Part 10

Welcome to the the next instalment in my series of social media tips. These are aimed primarily at a police audience, but hopefully applicable to a wider group of people too, especially those in the public sector. This series of … Continue reading

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