Monthly Archives: December 2007

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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Interesting job opportunity

Here's a very interesting job opportunity for someone like me. The Carnegie UK Trust are looking to appoint a Facilitator to develop a UK and Ireland wide rural Community of Practice. Carnegie say: This is an exciting opportunity for experienced … Continue reading

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Google Apps for Farmers

My colleagues at ruralnet|uk, Robert Mannion and Angela Brankley, had a good week this week dragging ‘digitally excluded’ farmers into the world of email, the internet and aggregation using RSS! The Warwickshire Rural Hub now have 1000 members and evidence … Continue reading

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Tune of the week – 8/12/07

Amadou & Mariam/Camions Sauvages/Track 8 from the album Dimanche A Bamako featuring Manu Chao This is real ‘pedal to metal’ stuff: dangerous if your driving but harmlessly helpful if it’s going through head while cycling on the open road. Listen … Continue reading

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Google Apps for Farmers

My colleagues at ruralnet|uk, Robert Mannion and Angela Brankley, had a good week this week dragging 'digitally excluded' farmers into the world of email, the internet and aggregation using RSS! The Warwickshire Rural Hub now have 1000 members and evidence … Continue reading

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A big thank you – and two fingers to port 8443

A big public thank you is due to the ICT Team at ruralnet|uk. We agreed last autumn that to be relevant in the current scheme of things, we were going to have to disentangle our online services from a proprietory … Continue reading

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A big thank you – and two fingers to port 8443

A big public thank you is due to the ICT Team at ruralnet|uk. We agreed last autumn that to be relevant in the current scheme of things, we were going to have to disentangle our online services from a proprietory … Continue reading

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Turning process into content

Thanks to Paul Henderson for pointing out this post by Robin Hamman at cybersoc.com. This is another, much more useful, angle on what I was saying in my ‘Email’s broke . . . and it ain’t worth fixing‘ item. He … Continue reading

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Turning process into content

Thanks to Paul Henderson for pointing out this post by Robin Hamman at cybersoc.com. This is another, much more useful, angle on what I was saying in my 'Email's broke . . . and it ain't worth fixing' item. He … Continue reading

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