Bookmarks for October 3rd through October 19th
by Dave Briggs on October 30, 2010
I find this stuff so that you don’t have to.
- Solace 2010 write up; Localism, hash tags and a reflection on priorities – Great write up from Catherine Howe.
- Thriving too: Big Society: Yours Mine and Ours – "So how do smaller networks, organisations and projects engage with Big Society if they don’t feel completely comfortable in the space?"
- How #gmp24 happened – "The challenge was to find a way to show people the wide range of issues the police are called to deal with."
- The Problem with WordPress at Helpful Technology: Blog – Great summary of what sounds like a great event.
- When social media reveal IT’s soft belly – "When I was in Canada last week, I visited two provincial government organizations that offered two intriguing examples of how social media are challenging their IT organizations."
- Who Should be Your Chief Collaboration Officer? – Whose in charge of getting people to talk to each other in your organisation?
- Jimmy Leach: Keep the blogs alight – "We may not solve foreign policy issues through blogs, but we can at least explain them better."
- Open source based Managed Learning platform saves public purse £36 million – Learning Pool saves government cash. Find out how.
- Too much money plays against government 2.0 – "Definitely an interesting perspective: transparency is not always a desirable attribute, and government 2.0 is more interesting – and useful – where the are scarce rather than abundant resources."
- Local By Social – Series of events around the country by LGID promoting online innovation in local gov.
- PDF Europe round up – Great summary of the recent PDF Europe event from @curiousc
- Catch.com – Interesting looking Evernote alternative.
- Training lessons learned: Code dojo, whiteboards, interactivity – "Training can be an incredibly boring, frustrating exercise."
- The four sorts of Innovation-Getter | Kate Bennet – "After working in an Innovation team for the last year it’s become apparent that there are four sorts of “innovation-getters” in organisations."
- The Stack: The Fifteen Classes of the Social Business Software Suite – Interesting attempt at classification of social tech
You can also see all the videos I think are worth watching at my video scrapbook.
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