These are my links for February 16th through February 18th:
- Experimenting with the online presentation of a Bill « UK Parliament Labs – Last year the House of Commons published the Equality Bill in a trial format. The text of the Equality Bill and its Explanatory Notes was published as one document, with the Bill text and Explanatory Note text interwoven throughout the document.
- Digital citizens and democratic engagement – eDemocracy – ‘Citizens do not want the passive, broadcast-only relationship with their MPs that has existed until now, they wish to communicate and engage, to track and contribute to the democratic debate. Higher levels of engagement and wider participation in the democratic process will happen when citizens feel that they are a central part of it. This presents a challenge for Parliament – both for MPs and the House authorities.'
- Fantasy CMS for government – "Vendors should be mindful of the power they yield, for as long as they still yield it."
- Citizensheep » Manage your online reputation –
- TWITTER GRITTER: Case study: Gritting and social media. « The Dan Slee Blog –
- Screen WM – Driving innovation and excellence in screen media : News – "The first project to launch, ‘Jailbrake’ , run in conjunction with Social Innovation Camp aims to find ways to use simple web and mobile tools to help break the cycle of re-offending by the many thousands of young people who get caught up in the criminal justice system each year. The call for ideas is now open and the closing date is 26th February 2010.
Ideas are welcomed from anyone with an interest in this area, whether you are part of a Local Authority, youth offending team, service user or a software developer, designer or funder who can help turn the ideas into live projects."