The web seems awash with blogs either looking back at 2013 or gazing into the looking glass to predict what 2014 might have in store. Whether this is...
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are still tough at the moment, so the competition for internal
resources is a fierce one. When you attempt to implement any kind of...
0 replies - 671 views - 11/27/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
With the parlous state of government in the US in recent times, there has been much discussion and debate about how best to run public services. Whilst...
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anyone with experience of online communities will testify, political
discussions are generally off limits due to the devastating role they
can have on...
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the successful utilisation of social media by Obama during his 2008
presidential campaign, politicians from around the world have jumped on
0 replies - 493 views - 09/03/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Politics have been with us since the first cave man decided he wanted
influence over the next cave man. It’s a reality of human nature that
we all want...
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I wrote about a novel project being run in Bogota, Columbia that is
attempting to crowdsource the funding of a new skyscraper. The Prodigy...
0 replies - 568 views - 05/22/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Today, US-based comedian and host of The Daily Show, Jon Stewart, had a war of words with the President of Egypt on Twitter. Think about that for a just a...
0 replies - 1165 views - 04/03/13 by Christopher Taylor in Articles
The recent presidential election was billed as the social media
election, with both main candidates using social media to promote
0 replies - 1107 views - 03/18/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles