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The inverse-paranoia machine - and its importance for network-trust

This is wonderful:

Me too 💐🌸🌷🌹 pic.twitter.com/ih8cL2guJ5

— TheDragorSeries™ (@JuliaSuzuki_uk) May 4, 2015

Inverse paranoia.  That is, seeing everything that might happen to one as being a positive: an opportunity, in fact – not in the sense of being able to trample over others but rather to enrich both oneself and one’s surroundings.  

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A Rubbish Morning in Twickenham 

A sunny Sunday morning in Twickenham after the Marriot London 7s. Everyone likes a party, right? Certainly the tens of thousands who descended on Twickenham at the weekend in fancy dress liked to party. 141 more words


General Election 2015: Learning from hyperlocal sites across the UK

Last week, I blogged that the General Election seemed to be the moment the regional press came of age online, such was the confidence, ability and familiarity demonstrated by many newsrooms online. 1,131 more words


#FBF 5 Tips for the Aspiring Hyperlocal Publisher

First published in November 2014 for Street Fight. 

I have been writing about hyperlocal media and entrepreneurial journalism at a local level since early 2009. What a difference half a decade makes. 1,011 more words

Damian Radcliffe Hyperlocal Media And Community Journalism

Simply Interesting: New Words In 2015

Do you know the meanings of gender, bigender, and gender-fluid? How about the meanings of permadeath, crash blossom, slacktivism, and hyperlocal? Well, they are just some of the words that were recently added to the English dictionary. 323 more words

Duzon Life

Creating resilient #hyperlocal networks to develop a progressive majority

I posted this just now over at the Guardian – slightly edited now for stylistic reasons:

I’m going to be repeating myself ad nauseam here, but it’s far more difficult to construct any kind of party coalition when politics is no longer party politics (and in Murdochland, it’s been precisely this case for quite a while anyway). 532 more words