Category Archives: government

Martha Lane Fox: Getting it wrong (Edited: but prepared to correct herself)

Tweet EDIT: To her credit, Martha has clarified her post and noted she was only asking an open ended question. ___________________________________ This morning, UK Digital Inclusion Champion, Martha Lane Fox tweeted Pew Internet research from the US on the average … Continue reading

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Digital Britain Update

Tweet I’ve had a fantastic day at Channel 4’s What Happens Next education conference, and at TeachMeet this evening, and I promise to write further on this, however, I am most curious about the update to the Digital Britain report, … Continue reading

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Policy, public engagement and emergent technology

Tweet This week in Australia, the establishment of a new taskforce was announced, the Government 2.0 Taskforce, in emulation of the UK’s Power of Information Taskforce which reported in March of this year.  Leaving aside the woeful title of Australia’s … Continue reading

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