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case studies (i): wrexham.com vs notting-hoole.co.uk

Two examples from around my area today: the first, wrexham.com, is definitely a local site, though with ambitions – and perhaps a right, in the light of what it has achieved – to be considered… 520 more words


assumptions (i): wiki tech, #hyperlocal and regaining public spaces of public use

Here’s some detail of a proposal I emailed to a hyperlocal support org recently.  It explains what I see as the advantages of wiki software applied to the context of community journalism: 358 more words


Big Data and Global Agriculture

One story that came out recently from ABC Rural is the expected damage to diverse segments of agriculture due to climate change, including fish stocks, dairy operations, vineyards, and fruit growth.  111 more words


It's been a whirlwind

Well, to say I’ve not had time to blog, would be an understatement.  Sometimes one needs to just get out and do, leaving the blogging behind. 158 more words

Coding Opportunities

Fitzrovia News no 136, March 2015

Fitzrovia News number 136, Spring 2015. Published Tuesday 3 March 2015. 20 pages of news, features, reviews, comment and listings.

6,000 copies printed for distribution. 22 more words


What’s the hype over hyperlocal? If you’re in comms, PR, or marketing, you shouldn’t be asking that question

(I was asked to write this blog post by Cardiff University’s Centre for Community Journalism and it originally featured on their website. It was also posted on the… 523 more words


My view (and tentative version) of the #sharingeconomy

I made a video on Sunday about the #hyperlocal project I’m working on called chester.website.

I’m slowly spreading the word in different places – so if you’ve already seen something like this, apologies for imposing on your time once again. 238 more words