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Northern (High) Lights Pt1

Mark Braggins was one of the adventurers who set forth for Orkney to attend the first IslandGovCamp (an unconference with added puffins). This first part describes his journey up there and the tour-by-public-transport day. Northern (High) Lights Pt1 by  Mark Braggins.

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Posted in local government, national government, natural environment, public transport, social media, travel and exploration, unconferences, walking, working practices

A ‘Sociable’ Enterprise?

Mark Braggins’s Week 15 post will enlighten the uninitiated about the Weekly Blog Club. He also mentions the Island Govcamp, the possible (we hope ‘probable’) blogging, vlogging road trip to Island Govcamp, Orkney, family history and cake on his way

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Posted in cake/caek, communicating, communities, digital technology, driving, family, history, public sector, social media, storytelling, visual arts

Milestones and Standing Stones (and standing still) | 72 Prufrocks

Diane Sims writes some of what she sees in local government, attitudes towards using social media, and talking to an archaeologist in Orkney about open data. Milestones and Standing Stones (and standing still) by 72 Prufrocks (aka Diane Sims).

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Posted in communicating, communities, cultural heritage, culture, digital technology, local government, public sector, social media