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Topics for a Social Media Unconference

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Tomorrow morning, I’m heading up to Stirling for a Local Gov Social Media Unconference, kindly arranged by the Improvement Service, under the banner of the Customer First programme (enabling councils … Continue reading

Social Media Surgeries to help communities go Web 2.0

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Tonight I’m popping along to an introductory meet-up to find out more about a series of local social media surgeries to be held across Edinburgh, aimed at helping communities get … Continue reading

Election Count 2.0 in Edinburgh

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Over the past year or two there has been a palpable surge of interest in using Web 2.0 in the public sector, and in most cases that’s a very positive … Continue reading

2009 on the web – some retrospectives

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As we glide gracefully out of the noughties, here are some of the best retrospectives of the past year on the web.

Software Engineering and Web 2.0 Accessibility

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The blog has been a little quiet recently, but will certainly fire up again after next week’s Accessibility 2.0 conference in London, which I plan to live-tweet (#millionflowers) and blog … Continue reading

Event review – Web 2.0 in Libraries, Edinburgh, 2nd July 2009

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I avoided today’s heatwave by sitting in the relatively cool setting of the National Library of Scotland in Edinburgh for an event put on by the Chartered Institute of Library … Continue reading

Cybersquatting 2.0 – protecting your name in Social Media

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The rise and rise of Social Networking Sites has brought about new risks to an organisation’s online brand, but whilst my last post explored Web 2.0 mistakes which organisation could … Continue reading

Social Media lessons learned the hard way

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Barely a week goes past without another news story about some hapless individual getting into trouble as a result of Social Media. Accordingly I’ve decided to keep a record of … Continue reading

Tales of a Web 2.0 city

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I’ve recently been made aware of a really interesting project that Edinburgh Council’s libraries service has been involved in. It’s a bold venture into Web 2.0 waters, under the umbrella … Continue reading

Event review – Web 2.0 in the Public Sector, 16/04/09

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On Thursday 16th April, various public sector web types converged upon the Scotsman Hotel on Edinburgh’s North Bridge for a Web 2.0 event, hosted by The Gate. The day was … Continue reading

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