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There is no I in Community

A very interesting post this week from Peter Olding as he updates us about a project he’s been working on which highlights historic and ancient churches of Great Britain. Peter has realised that building a website is not enough for this project

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Posted in communities, cultural heritage, data, historic buildings and sites, maps, Religion

Hubs, Health and Happy Shoes

Week 18? Already? Well I never. It’s true that time flies when you’re enjoying yourself and this week has flown by for me because I’ve been enjoying the 11 fabulous blogs submitted. I especially liked the blog post by Karen Hart

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Posted in #WeeklyBlogClub summary, communicating, data, digital technology, education, emergency planning, family, finance, floods, health, health services, local government, maps, open data, painting drawing, patient care, photography, public sector, research, social media, special events, visual arts, working practices

Hampshire publishes Aerial Photography as open data (finally!)

Mark Braggins updates us on some exciting developments on the Hampshire Hub blog. After spending the summer of 2013 working with Blom Aerofilm capturing aerial photography of Hampshire, the high resolution imagery and data is now available as open data. The

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Posted in data, digital technology, emergency planning, floods, local government, maps, open data, photography, unconferences

Introducing Hampshire Hub

This week Mark Braggins updates us on the Hampshire Hub, which is a collaboration of partners including local authorities, police, fire, armed forces and others to be open by default and that any information shared will be available under open licence.

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Posted in communities, data, digital technology, fire service, law, local government, maps, open data, police, public sector, research, setting goals, working practices

If it matters, it’s in.

Hello bloggers, it’s me Kate Bentham, sitting in the Weekly Blog Club hot seat for week 36. It’s been a while since I hosted, I almost forgot what to do. But it’s been good; it’s helped me get into a

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Posted in #WeeklyBlogClub summary, apps, data, family, health, health services, holiday, learning, literature, local government, maps, open data, patient care, public sector, setting goals, special events, storytelling, television, working practices, workplace

Open data, apps and maps

A really interesting blog post this week by Mark Braggins on the use of open data to help create apps and useful maps. Mark is blogging on the Hampshire Hub blog about the work him and colleagues are doing around

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Posted in apps, copyright, data, digital technology, ideas/innovation, intellectual property, law, local government, maps, open data, public sector, social media, working practices

Moustaches, mapping the future, wandering wild coasts

Did any of you notice that I confused Week 46, Week 47 and Week 48 over the last week? Or were you all too polite to mention it? I have corrected last week’s summary now. It had all started with

Posted in #WeeklyBlogClub summary, beaches, blogging, Business, charitable trusts, communicating, communities, digital technology, emergency services, family, freelancers, good causes, health, health services, humanity, journalism, law, learning, local government, maps, men, natural environment, photography, public sector, regeneration, rugby, social media, Third sector, tourism, training, unconferences, websites, working practices
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