Sir Tim Berners-Lee is awarded Honorary Freedom of the City of London

Yesterday, Sir Tim Berners-Lee was awarded the Honorary Freedom of the City of London and I was lucky enough to go along as a blogger and social reporter. This was the first time the ceremony has been open to the media and broadcast online. The notion of using the Internet to report on a ceremony ...

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Programmes Team Update

I’ve now been at Public-i for four months and I feel like I’ve become a part of the furniture already. I’ve been on a steep learning curve but I feel like I have finally got my head around most things Public-i. For example: I now know what a widget is, the difference between an R600 ...

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What does the new ‘right to report’ law mean to you?

You may well already be aware that last Wednesday, 6th August 2014, saw a new law passed which gives the public the right to film and digitally report from all public meetings of public bodies. We’ve updated you on the progress of this over the past year, and the legislation marks a significant milestone in bringing ...

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We are recruiting!

These are exciting times at Public-i.  We are expanding and so need talented, creative and passionate people to help drive our business forward... if you think you fit the bill then get in touch! Have a look at our current vacancies and if you see a role of interest to you (or someone you know) we'll ...

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User Group review (part two): Improving your User Group experience

After gathering in London for the User Group in June and hearing what you have to say about our products and services, it’s now a great time to look ahead at what we can do to make the next User Group even better. Last month we asked you how we could improve your User Group experience. ...

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