Monthly Archives: January 2010

An Exciting Week for Social Media in Yorkshire

At the end of my presentation at last year’s National Digital Inclusion Conference I said that we were aiming to make Yorkshire & the Humber the “Social Media Region”. I think quite a few in the audience realised that I … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to the Managing Director of Cross Country Trains

Dear Mr. Cooper Internet Connectivity and Mobile Phone Signals on Voyager Trains I am writing to you to ask if you can please do something about Internet connectivity and mobile phone signals on your Voyager Trains. I write following two … Continue reading

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I was on Radio Sheffield 19th Jan talking about Twitter, Facebook & Privacy

more about “I was on Radio Sheffield 19th Jan tal…“, posted with vodpod My contribution is towards the end of the piece

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Why are we not making more use of the Internet to cope with Snow disruptions?

As I write this we are well into the “Big Freeze” of the UK winter of 2009/10. With a brief respite of about 2 days, there has been snow on the ground where I live for just about 3 weeks … Continue reading

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