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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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Are ‘tags’ the new ‘groups’?

When we set up online systems for groups the specification usually includes 'forums'. These are online places where people who share interests can gather to share and exchange ideas, information and knowledge. However, forums are rarely very active. The next … Continue reading

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Tim Westergren’s email announcing the blocking of Pandora for UK users

8/1/08 hi, it’s Tim, This is an email I hoped I would never have to send. As you probably know, in July of 2007 we had to block usage of Pandora outside the U.S. because of the lack of a … 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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Workshop notes

Thanks for coming to the ICT Workshop at the ACRE Conference. Over the next few days I will be put up some notes here to ahelp you make sense of the bookmarks I have gathered together for you here: del.icio.us/s1m0nb3rry/acre … Continue reading

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Workshop notes

Thanks for coming to the ICT Workshop at the ACRE Conference. Over the next few days I will be put up some notes here to ahelp you make sense of the bookmarks I have gathered together for you here: del.icio.us/s1m0nb3rry/acre … Continue reading

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Rural Broadband – Is BT good for rural communities?

Everyone is delighted at BT's announcement on 27 April 2004 that they are abandoning trigger level campaigns. Like the proverbial good genie, BT is going to enable any exchange with a trigger level set. No more campaigning required. Most people … Continue reading

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