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AirBnB as an antidote to the Bedroom Tax?

Yesterday, I was at HouseMark‘s Digital Futures Club. This is a regular event that I am part of with a number of others, and it has become a growing club with more housing providers who want to explore the world of digital technologies joining all the time. 307 more words

Digital Inclusion


Despite the constant misinformation from the government such as only 110 libraries have closed since 2010 we at least know what to expect from this administration as in practice public services and therefore libraries have never been under greater threat.  623 more words

Public Libraries

Dementia North Wales - The People Know Best

This is another post about a great event I was fortunate enough to be part of in late November last year.

The Dementia North Wales event was truly inspirational as it gave a voice to people living with dementia. 78 more words

Public Services

More pondering and reflecting - this time about different types of collaboration

I’m the a place at the moment where I am purposefully reflecting on stuff – I get times like this which basically means I need to start creating greater clarity for myself as i’m approaching a critical point in my thinking.   2,074 more words


Brighton and Hove City Councils Civil Servant Salaries Revealed

Following my recent post in which I exposed the scandal that is the state of corruption at Brighton and Hove City Council I have fucking decided to reveal the salaries of the senior Civil Servants. 245 more words

Brighton And Hove City Council

The Honorable Dr. Dale P. Layman, Ph.D., Grand Ph.D. in Medicine

Dr. Layman explores and raises awareness about robotics, and technologies negative impacts on society. With over more than two decades of dedicated service, Dr. Layman has voiced concerns over the rise of invasive technologies, which pose a threat to organic life. 140 more words

Public Services

What Peri-Peri Chicken Can Teach Us About Good Social Care

A few days ago I had cause to visit a children’s home in connection with the consultancy work I was doing on behalf of one of my clients and I was struck by the demeanour of the five or six staff that were present for my visit. 1,028 more words