Monthly Archives: November 2009

Keeping Cyberspace a Public Space

[As ever, this can be read on the BBC News website] I recently had an opportunity to re-read a pamphlet I wrote in 2000 for a series on new thinking about mutualism published by the Co-operative Party.  In ‘e-Mutualism, or … Continue reading

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More than Digital

[As ever, this can be read on the BBC News Website] I once got told off by the manager of the BBC’s Heritage Collections for publishing a photograph of Alistair Cooke’s typewriter in its display case on the second floor … Continue reading

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Social Media Challenges Social Rules

[This can be read on the BBC News website too…] Last week I sat around a large table on the top floor of Bush House in London with about twenty other people while we talked about the ways radio is … Continue reading

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An Internet That Speaks Your Language

[This was posted on the BBC site at the end of October] It is forty years to the week since the first data packets were sent over the ARPANET, the research network commissioned by the US Department of Defense Advanced … Continue reading

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Been a long time..

It’s been a hectic few weeks so little bloggage – and I’m in Melbourne for a week so in an unusual timezone. I’ll post some stuff now, though..

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