Go where your audience is

This post originally appeared on the European Union 2.0 blog, run by Tony Lockett. It is drawn from a workshop on “E-ambassadors: Engaging citizens in a digital world” at the Europcom conference on 18 October 2012 I had the pleasure of moderating a workshop on “E-ambassadors: Engaging citizens in a digital world” at EuropCom this week, the largest European […]


Via Louise Kidney, here’s a TED talk (yes, I know, bear with me on this) from Clay Shirky which sparked some interesting thoughts about how the non-hierarchical networked editing that Git enables for code could be used for redrafting laws. Obviously there’s more to policy than laws, and more to participating than online, but there might […]