Monthly Archives: February 2008

More about the search facility on this site

      This blog uses Google’s Custom Search and this searches across all the sites that I have contributed to. These are: My personal blogwww.simonberry.net The ruralnet|online co-design sitewww.ruralnetonline.org.uk The Open Innovation Exchangewww.innovationexchange.net The Participation Ride blog (2007)blog.gpscycle.com GPScycle.com … Continue reading

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Why I believe in Open Innovation

Another week goes by and I’ve been asked at least twice about Open Innovation. Enquiries fall into two categories. Some are from people who are really interested in the process and others are very challenging. Here is an anonymised example … Continue reading

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Why I believe in Open Innovation

Another week goes by and I've been asked at least twice about Open Innovation. Enquiries fall into two categories. Some are from people who are really interested in the process and others are very challenging. Here is an anonymised example … Continue reading

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Calling Jack Thurston

This is an experiment in online social networking. If you are Jack Thurston of ‘The Bike Show from Resonance FM‘ fame please leave a comment. It’s also an interesting case study, particularly for those who are struggling to figure this … Continue reading

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Calling Jack Thurston

This is an experiment in online social networking. If you are Jack Thurston of 'The Bike Show from Resonance FM' fame please leave a comment. It's also an interesting case study, particularly for those who are struggling to figure this … Continue reading

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There is no such thing as free parking

I’ve just listened to a really interesting podcast from Jon Winston’s Bikescape (Episode 47, 20/10/07). It includes an interview, about 19 mins in, with Dave Snyder, Transportation Policy Director San Francisco Planning and Research and on the Board of ‘Liveable … Continue reading

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There is no such thing as free parking

I've just listened to a really interesting podcast from Jon Winston's Bikescape (Episode 47, 20/10/07). It includes an interview, about 19 mins in, with Dave Snyder, Transportation Policy Director San Francisco Planning and Research and on the Board of 'Liveable … Continue reading

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Bring your electricity meter inside the house and save money!

A year or so ago, as part of ruralnet|uk‘s response to climate change, we bought two Electrisave devices for employees to borrow. They were quite expensive at the time but you can get them for about £50 now. Look on … Continue reading

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Just because you can doesn’t mean you should (fly)

Did you see this? European railways are taking on the low-cost airlines. On 5 February Alstom unvieled its new AGV train. This is the successor to the TGV which is 25 years old and already holds the world rail speed … Continue reading

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