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I'm pleased to announce that acidlabs Studios is now a part of the Australian Digital Marketplace, and available to work with government at any level in three categories: change, training and transformation marketing, communications, and engagement, and user research and design This is a big deal...

At GovCamp Australia 2013 this week, there were two identifiable two groups of people who presented and talked about the topics of inspiring government innovation, empowering people and liberating capability. There were the service designers who spoke about the specifics of design and presented case...

The ridiculous proposition from the UK government overnight that access to social media for those participating in social unrest (and, yes, blatant criminality) beggars belief. The problems currently in the UK are, undoubtedly, symptomatic of a wide and deep set of infernally complex circumstances in that...

Bernard Keane has an especially interesting piece in Crikey today entitled Twitter and the prosaic reality of Digital Democracy (registration required). It's an insightful look at the emergence of Australian politicians into the world of social media and just how well (or not) they are doing. Of...

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...

NOTE: The article below is my contribution to the Centre for Policy Development's Insight: Upgrading Democracy, which consists of several pieces from well-known thinkers and doers in the Government 2.0 sector and was CPD's submission to the Government 2.0 Taskforce. It is republished here because...