On Wednesday I gave a presentation which was coherent and informative, and yet made up partly while I was listening to someone else’s but mostly in response to questions from the audience as I was speaking. Whenever I’ve given presentations before, I’ve mumbled incoherently as I drowned in my own nervousness. So throwing me in the deep end is perhaps the way to get good presentations out of me. (Peter, don’t you dare!) Continue reading
(With thanks to Hazel Hall for almost all of the words below.)
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He’s put it into words which are much better than what I could write.
I need an online home for my dissertation, so here it is:
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Community council location-finder: the subject of most posts on this blog so far
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Emergent ICT strategies for local democracy: capturing innovation: updating the survey of CC websites we did in 2012. What has changed? What are the patterns? What are the reasons underlying the patterns?