Links for December 30th

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Links for December 14th through December 17th

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Links for December 8th through December 13th

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  • Venturing into the business jungle… « Moseley Exchange – Someone I worked with in my time at the university is going it alone and shares the start of the journey with us. Good luck Lauren.
  • Hyperlocal news: profits a long way off | Media | guardian.co.uk – My colleague Paul Bradshaw spoke at this event (though he's from Birmingham CITY University, not Birmingham). The article reckons we'll have to wait longer for hyperlocal to come good: "There wasn't much at the AOP's Microlocal Forum on Wednesday to suggest that either semi-amateur, entrepreneur-led start-ups or big-league newspaper publishers will make real successes of hyperlocal in 2010. But that won't stop them from trying…"
  • Local Government Data – "The Government will encourage local government to release local public data and make it free for reuse, and establish an open-platform local data exchange. Professor Nigel Shadbolt from the University of Southampton has been asked to head up a panel of experts to oversee the release of local public data and ensure that data are linked effectively across local authorities, the Local Government Association, government departments and agencies."

Links for November 27th through December 2nd

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