Posted on March 21, 2014 by Nick Booth in Hyperlocal, Neighbourhoods, Open Data
The end of Stirchley Community Centre and some fab social reporting. We’ve been working to get local volunteers and local officers sharing the changes around Stirchley Baths. A couple of peopl we taught with out social media surgeries di some cracking social reporting of the last days of the Stirchley Community Centre (closed down because […]
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Posted on October 21, 2012 by Nick Booth in Citizen Journalism, Hyperlocal, Miscellaneous, Neighbourhoods, Social Media, Third Sector
A couple of years ago I wrote what turned out to be an often visited post answering the question: “which flip camera should I buy“. Things have moved on a good bit since then (mainly that new owners Cisco decided to discontinue the flip) so I just want to update it really. My thinking on […]
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Posted on June 15, 2012 by Steph Clarke in Neighbourhoods, Social Media, Third Sector
Earlier this week Max, Nick and I went to the New Optimists Forum – Future Foods, We’re were there in a professional capacity Social Reporting from the evening to get an overview of the event online as it happened. This was Max’s first outing as a social reporter and talking to him afterwards reminded me how tiring I found it […]
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Posted on May 16, 2012 by Steph Clarke in Government, Hyperlocal, Local Government, Neighbourhoods, Uncategorized
We have recently been doing some work in Wolverhampton with the Local Neighbourhood Partnership (LNP), talking to their neighbourhood wardens about how they can use Twitter to communicate on their patch, the sorts of conversations they could be having and showing them practically how to use it. As I live in Wolverhampton, sit on the board for […]
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