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Too much focus is placed on the technical aspects of getting the people in a business online. We'd argue that the tools are a means to an end. People are what it's really about....

This is the unedited ver­sion of a piece pub­lished on The Lowy Insti­tute for Inter­na­tional Policy’s Lowy Inter­preter blog. I have a great deal of respect for the Lowy Institute. But when one of their staff writes a fundamentally flawed, badly misinformed piece on hacker culture,...

This item was written for Government Technology Review and will be published in the December 2010 edition. There’s an uncomfortable feeling in the open government world at the moment. Many of us, keen to see the agencies we work for and with embrace a more open way...

The conflation of social media (things we make and share online) and social networks (a human thing that we can, but don't necessarily do online) is, I believe, one of the reasons organisations struggle with social. Certainly, in my experience, when you sit down with...

An interesting discussion thread has been underway on the LinkedIn I've been saying this in several projects I've been involved in of late, and in more than one public speaking engagement; one of the least interesting things you can do with social tools, whether you call...

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="480" caption="Image by takomabibelot via Flickr"][/caption] My daughter begins high school next week. And as she does, the Federal government and the various state governments continue to trumpet their triumphs in their so-called Building the Education Revolution plan. As yet, I've seen no revolution...

Image by trib via Flickr On Monday this week, IBM flew me to the Australian Open for a day at the tennis and a behind the scenes view of the technology they provide to this and other events in their role as the...

Stowe Boyd has it pretty much spot-on in his analysis of the New York Times' announcement that it's moving to a freemium model in 2011. Over at Reuters, the ever-eloquent Felix Salmon has his own, equally dark view of the move by the NYT, noting...

I often struggle when asked to give my elevator pitch - there are so many things I think about and want to do. But it's more than time I did it, so here goes nothing...

Many folk I know have been discussing their 2009 challenges and victories and looking forward to what 2010 has in store for them. I've felt the need to at least review and refresh, but knew I had to get my thoughts in order first. This post...