Monthly Archives: December 2007

Call Sign – Blog Sign?

This post is prompted by a comment by Ed Mitchell on one of my recent posts. Ed said: 2. The key has to be the ongoing aggregation of our distributed thoughts on our blogs by interest/practice focused hubs which gather … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the new ruralnet|online – Part 1 (of many!)

Before going offline for a well deserved break (although I say it myself!). Can I leave these thoughts with you? Yesterday I was hauled before the ruralnet|uk team in a Dragons’ Den-type scenario to explain what I meant buy a … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the new ruralnet | online – Part 1 (of many!)

Before going offline for a well deserved break (although I say it myself!). Can I leave these thoughts with you? Yesterday I was hauled before the ruralnet|uk team in a Dragons' Den-type scenario to explain what I meant buy a … Continue reading

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Call Sign – Blog Sign?

This post is prompted by a comment by Ed Mitchell on one of my recent posts. Ed said: 2. The key has to be the ongoing aggregation of our distributed thoughts on our blogs by interest/practice focused hubs which gather … Continue reading

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The trouble with rural broadband

It is inconceivable to think now that just 5 years ago rural Britain faced the prospect of no access to broadband. The visionaries of the time, who mostly ended up playing an active part in the Community Broadband Network (established … Continue reading

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The trouble with rural broadband

It is inconceivable to think now that just 5 years ago rural Britain faced the prospect of no access to broadband. The visionaries of the time, who mostly ended up playing an active part in the Community Broadband Network (established … Continue reading

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Tune of the week – 15/12/07

Nitin Sawhney/Tides/Track 5 from the album Beyond Skin With Pakistan throwing a bit of a wobbly and Iran confusing everybody this seemed appropriate (check out track 1 too – Broken Skin)

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A national vote for sustainable transport?

Did you vote in the people’s 50 million? Don’t worry if you didn’t, it’s too late now. Sustrans won which is great. I voted even though I’m rather sceptical about these things (can’t think why!). Sustrans was up against a … Continue reading

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A national vote for sustainable transport?

Did you vote in the people's 50 million? Don't worry if you didn't, it's too late now. Sustrans won which is great. I voted even though I'm rather sceptical about these things (can't think why!). Sustrans was up against a … Continue reading

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Communities of Practice and Web 2.0

I start this posting knowing that someone will read it and say "Where has this guy been? We all worked that out years ago." Despite this I am going to continue because if I’ve only just worked it out, there … Continue reading

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