Posts Tagged ‘Jon Bounds’

Birmingham Hyperlocal Website for sale on e-bay

Posted on 22nd October 2012 by

an image taken from e-bay of the auction

Jon Bounds has a talent for the unusual. He’s just listed Birmingham It’s Not Shiton e-bay.  Stating price £1000.00. Previously he’d been asking for offers over £5000.00.

The site is one of the longest standing of it’s kind and gave Jon a remarkable platform over the years to innovate in using the web and represent another view of his native city.   This will be interesting.

Things I've spotted on August 8th

Posted on 8th August 2009 by

Here are some of the things I’ve been reading August 8th from 12:43 to 13:15:

Stuff I've seen April 18th through April 21st

Posted on 21st April 2009 by

These are my links for April 18th through April 21st:

  • Better ways to share information digitally « Observations – The Observatory’s Population & Society Group is planning a seminar in the summer to investigate and discuss how research organisations in the West Midlands can get better at sharing information digitally. Do you have any thoughts on this?
  • Google News Timeline – Google News Timeline supports lots of different types of queries that you can add by clicking on a checkbox below.
  • Birmingham City Council Press Releases – An independent site that purely exists to allow a space for commenting on Birmingham City Council Press Releases.
  • World Bank API – Welcome to the World Bank Developer Network! – The World Bank's first API offers 114 indicators from key data sources and 12,000 development photos (see all sources). We are releasing this API because we believe this information can be mapped, visualized and mashed up in an unlimited number of ways that will help develop a better understanding of trends and patterns around key development issues.
  • The Conservative Party | News | The Blue Blog | Making Government data work for you – "MySociety are campaigning for Parliamentary bills to be published in an internet-friendly format, so the public could be kept up-to-date with their progress through Parliament. Thankfully, David Cameron agrees – it’s a great idea, and one that could lead to a UK version of OpenCongress (or, better still, our version of YourOwnDemocracy – an ambitious US project still in its early stages) becoming reality."