Some links for you:
- A review of cultural labour markets by Kate Oakley « Annette Naudin's Blog – I know this is a link to a link but it enables me to point out both that the Kate Oakley piece is worth a read and that Annette Naudin's blog is worth a follow: "This is a blog about my research in Cultural Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship Education for the creative, media and cultural indsutries"
- eGov monitor – The Digital Route To Recovery | Chris Price – Digital Birmingham – "The city plans major investment in its first Digital District in Digbeth, home to many of Birminghams renowned digital, creative and hi-tech businesses. Plans would see the development of an infrastructure capable of delivering high speed next generation broadband internet to residents and businesses."
- Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography – ePapers Repository – All of Phyllis Nicklin's photos (446 of them) plotted on a google map. Links to med-hi res versions of them. Amazing images of Birmingham circa 1950s to 60s. I remember Created in Birmingham dug these up a while back (with some struggle I recall) but here they all are in one place (may have been here for ages but I never noticed).