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Bookmarks for August 10th through August 14th

Bookmarks for August 10th through August 14th

These are my links for August 10th through August 14th: Local Government Alliance Community of Practice – The International Development & Local Government Community of Practice (CoP) is now live! If you are working in local government and have an interest in international development issues, join our Community and meet & share ideas with like-minded people. 500 Internal Server Error – 500 Internal Server Error LocalGov 2.0 – Filed under 'data' – Examples of open and linked data use in…

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Bookmarks for August 2nd through August 6th

Bookmarks for August 2nd through August 6th

These are my links for August 2nd through August 6th: Linked Data Tools Free Downloads Semantic Web – Whether you are an experienced developer, or simply interested in how this new technology is going to change the future of the web, the semantic web can be a change of thinking. We show you tutorials, progressive examples and working applications to help your learning. Knowledge Hub: an animated film – The Knowledge Hub – a single window into local government improvement…

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Bookmarks for July 23rd through July 30th

Bookmarks for July 23rd through July 30th

These are my links for July 23rd through July 30th: Legislation.gov.uk – Incredibly useful webiste from the National Archives. All you need to know about UK legislation – and available as linked data! GovMetric: Enabling you to understand how customers see your service delivery – GovMetric enables you to listen to the Voice of the Customer across all contact channels, to prioritise which areas to improve and to measure improvements through near real-time reporting. Click on the sector tabs on…

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Bookmarks for July 16th through July 21st

Bookmarks for July 16th through July 21st

These are my links for July 16th through July 21st: Inspirational Uses | London DataStore – The GLA itself is doing some of the most inspirational stuff around opening up government data – the London Data store is a model for sharing data and working with developers to make sure that data is opened and shared in a useful way.<br /> <br /> But they've also been collecting examples of inspirational uses of London data. Useful, visually pleasing or just…

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Bookmarks for July 7th through July 15th

Bookmarks for July 7th through July 15th

These are my links for July 7th through July 15th: Martha Lane Fox want all citizens of working age online – A noble aim, but is it a realistic target? After all there is:<br /> (a) no budget<br /> (b) no incentive for retailers to provide cheap or subsidised access<br /> (c) dogged reluctance from some to use the internet (even if it was free)<br /> (d) little support for novice users once they are connected<br /> <br /> I…

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Bookmarks for June 18th through July 4th

Bookmarks for June 18th through July 4th

These are my links for June 18th through July 4th: Design Issues for the World Wide Web – These statements of architectural principle explain the thinking behind semantic web specifications. These are personal notes by Tim Berners-Lee: they are not endorsed by W3C. They are aimed at the technical community, to explain reasons, provide a framework to provide consistency for for future developments, and avoid repetition of discussions once resolved. UNICEF seeking a CoP facilitator – A topic close to…

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Bookmarks for June 9th through June 17th

Bookmarks for June 9th through June 17th

These are my links for June 9th through June 17th: data.ox.ac.uk | Open data from the University of Oxford – Linked data for the University of Oxford Welcome : Warwickshire Open Data – Warwickshire County Council is taking open and linked data seriously. They’re opening up data and supporting the developer community to do something useful with it through a Hack Warwickshire competition (open til 25 June). And they’re open to suggestions of what data should be open next. Letter…

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Bookmarks for June 5th through June 8th

Bookmarks for June 5th through June 8th

These are my links for June 5th through June 8th: Reviving Community Indicators – Learning | Full Circle Associates – Eric Pickles – New era of transparency will bring about a revolution in town hall openness and accountability – Corporate – Communities and Local Government – Communities Secretary Eric Pickles and Local Government Association Chair Baroness Eaton joined forces today to urge all councils to publish details of all spending over £500 in full and online as part of wider…

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Bookmarks for May 18th through May 27th

Bookmarks for May 18th through May 27th

These are my links for May 18th through May 27th: Welcome to the Local e-Government Standards Body – The Local e-Government Standards Body (LeGSB) was re-launched at the NWeGG Annual Conference on 7 November 2006. Established to support the needs of Local Authorities and the Transformational Government agenda, LeGSB is embarking on a journey to facilitate the take up of standards, which can then be mapped onto a Local Government standards architecture reference model and developed with the local government…

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Bookmarks for May 4th through May 14th

Bookmarks for May 4th through May 14th

These are my links for May 4th through May 14th: Facebook Finally Calls Meeting on Privacy Strategy « Black Web 2.0 – I guess when you have over 400 million users you can afford to be arrogant – as Facebook is clearly demonstrating. Yes, there has been a flurry of news about people closing their accounts, but this represents a fraction of a percent of the total user base. I think the whole privacy thing is lost on the majority…

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