Follow up to Stephen and Steph’s stuff, plus some interesting posts from Mitch Sava

Stephen has written again, a follow up to his post on options for digital engagement for the London Summit: Please do go and have a read.

In addition to this, Steph Gray has posted the results of his experiment into social media blockers in the public sector.

Now, Mitch Sava has posted twice today over on his blog; one on building an OpenGov index and another on the appointment of a director of citizen participation in the Obama regime. Both brilliant and worth a read.

V-Logs from the online consultation meeting

Hermione Way, newspepper.com, interviewed some of the participants after the meeting on the 4th December. Whilst we set up collaborative areas for all of you to continue to add/develop some of the ideas that came from the day, I thought that is might be interesting for you to see what people said as soon as released from the room.

HUGE thank you to Hermione for doing this, and for highlighting what we are doing in this week’s (episode 3) techfluff.tv. She came in for the second half of the meeting and joined in on the discussion around social media and policy development. You may notice that I am not interviewed, this is because I am RUBBISH at being in front of a camera, much better at writing. Anyway, everyone else said it so much better than I could.

Steph Gray Department for Innovation, University and Skills (DIUS)

Mark O’Neill Department for Culture, Media and Sport


Mitch Sava Polywonk and David Wilcox Social Reporter

Matthew Cain Newscounter (Note the hesitation in the middle and the twitter conversation at end… diamond)


Alan Moore SMLXL

Euan Semple


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