Citizenscape

New-look Public-i and Connect Social launch

Brand online is a layered thing – it's demonstrated in your visual identity, the tone and the nature of the content you create and it’s not just about the logo. However, when the tone and content have all changed then it’s time for the logo to catch up. We think Public-i has changed enormously over ...

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Building civil spaces online: Howard Rheingold

Last week I listened to a webinar interview with Howard Rheingold by the Pillar Summit's Richard Millington. If I was working for a newspaper I'd probably call Howard a web guru - or an elder statesman of the Internet, or hang my reverence on some other cliché. But, after listening to him speak for an hour ...

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Public-i user group: A quick review #piug12

We had a brilliant, enjoyable user group yesterday at the Hallam conference centre in London. Quite a bit happened, so I'm not going to try to cover everything - there'll be a chance to do that with some reflective blogging in the coming few days (and weeks). But, before we get distracted, I thought I'd run ...

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Rebooting democracy: Setting the debate #piug12

On Monday the 19th of March, we'll be sitting down for the Public-i user group, which will feature an afternoon discussion, themed 'Rebooting Democracy'. So it seemed like a good idea to explain what we're thinking - and to kick off the debate. You can get involved on the day by watching and chatting here ...

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Cultural exchange, networked teams and boundaries

This is a cross posting from my own blog which is probably more appropriately located here as it is about Public-i after all... if you read it there then look no further unless the typos in my stuff drive you mad and you'd like to read something a little more carefully polished. The main reason for ...

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