All posts for the month May, 2012

PCCs – and the new battle ground for local government

Over at Public-i, we’re interested in the developments leading up to the arrival of Police and Crime Commissioners later in the year. I thought it might be worth doing the occassional post on this – that offers a little commentary on the PCCs. This is because, as the debate between prospective PCC candidates grows, we’re […]

Building civil spaces online: Howard Rheingold

Last week I listened to a webinar interview with Howard Rheingold by the Pillar Summit’s Richard Millington . If I was working for a newspaper I’d probably call Howard a web guru – or an elder statesman of the Internet, or hang my reverence on some other cliché. But, after listening to him speak for […]