Category Archives: web standards

Bullet points from UK Govcamp 2012

Twenty of Andy Mabbett’s thoughts after UKGovCamp 2012. Continue reading

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Open-licensing your images. What it means and how to do it.

Andy Mabbett gives an introduction to the concept of open-licensing images, and explains how you can contribute to the community by open-licensing yours. Continue reading

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The 9th and 10th QR Code commandents

Andy Mabbett replies to Terence Eden’s request for commandments for people using QR Codes. Continue reading

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Poll: To at or not to at?

Andy Mabbett idly wonders where to put the “@” symbol when linking to Twitter profiles. Oh, and coincidentally, he’s trialling a WordPress plugin for polls. Continue reading

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Making a Difference to My Career

Andy Mabbett has gone freelance; his first job is with the Making A Difference with Data project, blogging about open data in the roads and transport sector. Continue reading

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HashMash: My invention of a new hashtag search tool

Andy Mabbett has invented a new tool for searching for related hashtags. Simon Painter has developed it. Continue reading

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