Bookmarks for October 30th through December 10th
by Dave Briggs on December 10, 2010
I find this stuff so that you don’t have to.
- Living with rats: Nine signposts towards Our Society – Good stuff from @juliandobson
- Wikileaks and the Long Haul – Shirky on Wikileaks
- What the attacks on WikiLeaks tell us – John Naughton nails it on the Wikileaks saga.
- Budget consultation approaches by Michele Ide-Smith – Nice summary of some of the recent work from Michele.
- I’m not anti-SharePoint – chieftech’s blog – Yup – Sharepoint's problems are usually in its implementation, not in the software itself.
- Government data in the public domain – intrinsically good, right? – Great stuff from @rossferg
- Connected Kingdom – "The UK has a thriving internet economy. It has the potential to grow even bigger. We want your ideas for ways to make that growth happen."
- Learning about content strategy by Michele Ide-Smith – Great stuff on organising your website contributors and getting processes and systems right from Michele.
- Innovation functions in large organisations – Great insights from @katebennet on innovating.
- eDiplomacy: The US State Department’s Global Collaborative Backbone – Interesting stuff on collaborative tech in US.gov
You can also see all the videos I think are worth watching at my video scrapbook.
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