A demain: see you in Paris – mySociety

As we speak, several excitable members of the mySociety team are on their way to TICTeC 2019 via the channel tunnel. We’re so looking forward to catching up with the Civic Tech community and hearing all about the research you’ve conducted since last year. Whether it’s your first time at TICTeC or you’re returning, we…

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#weeknotes SO3 EP05 – Sarah Lay

It’s been a while since I sat and wrote a week note up – mainly because life has been happening with more rocks than rolls in on a personal front in the last few weeks. I tend to focus very tightly at these times and sharing isn’t always at the top of my to do…

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Weeknote: 11 to 15 March 2019 – Matt Edgar writes here

I’m trying a different format for weeknotes to see if I can be more consistent in keeping up with them if I limit myself to a few simple questions. Thanks to Sam Villis for the definitive survey of weeknote styles which I’ve used to choose this format. If I’m doing it right, the questions will…

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Open Government Week 2019 – The Democratic Society

This year, Open Government Week has focused on “increasing the number and diversity of partners taking part in events and conversations”. Countries, citizens, governments and civil society all over the world are taking part, running online and offline events and sharing the work they have been doing to promote open government. There have been webinars,…

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ITV Tackle Digital Exclusion On Primetime TV – Helen Milner

If you weren’t channel hopping between the 7pm and 8pm showings of Emmerdale to keep up with latest in the saga of Cain Dingle and the return of Kim Tate last night, you might have seen the excellent episode of Tonight on ITV at 7.30pm, entitled Priced Out? Old and Offline – a whole half…

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