And now in colour …

by Stephen Tall on October 27, 2009

Yesterday I wrote up, and riffed off, what I had to say at last week’s G2010 conference – but today is even more exciting: a video of the session in real-time. Oooh, I’m spoiling you, dear reader. I start speaking (…)

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Upick Opik? Not if you’re Hansard

by Stephen Tall on October 27, 2009

You’d have thought he’d be famous enough by now, but apparently not … The Independent reports:

Liberal Democrat MP Lembit Opik will complain to the Commons authorities today after his name was missed off a key internet search tool. The online of version of Hansard, which records everything said in Parliament, has a “search by Member” […]

Kathy Brewis: dumbing-down journalism

by Stephen Tall on October 27, 2009

Kathy Brewis asks in The Times, Who are the curators kidding?, attacking the soon-to-be-reopened Ashmolean Museum in Oxford for (that tired old hack’s cliche) “dumbing-down”. The irony, which doubtless will escape Ms Brewis is this: she hasn’t stepped foot in (…)

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#G2010 – what I said (and didn’t get the chance to say)

by Stephen Tall on October 27, 2009

I mentioned last week that I was speaking at the Government 2010 conference as part of a panel discussion on ‘Blogging, Social Media and New Media’. 45 minutes might be enough time – at least if you believe Tony Blair (…)

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