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Instagram v Facebook – a socmed off for marketers

Janet shares a couple of infogram/graphics that she found recently that compares the two socmed platforms. Instagram v Facebook – a socmed off for marketers by Janet Harkin

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ReallyUsefulDay – GDS meets localgov

Sarah Lay’s Week 10 contribution is a must-read for local government and Government Digital Service people (if they have not already read it), and for those of us who use public services. She reflects on a visit to the Government

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SLA Event (Part 1): Open Data: Powering the Information age

Mark Braggins has produced another great account of an event that should be of interest to many. This event, organised by the Society for Location Analysis (SLA), was about “geography, information and open data,” and attracted an unusual mix of

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Camping without the tents: UK GovCamp 2012

Mark Braggins gives us an idea of some of the content of some sessions in his post about UK Govcamp 2012. The sessions he mentions are about mobile-friendly WordPress (this blog uses a mobile-friendly template – and should be iPad-friendly);

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