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All your video are belong to us: open licence recordings of local government meetings

Andy Mabbett calls on local government bodies to open licence the videos of their meetings Continue reading

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Politician pin ups – open-licensed pictures, please

Andy Mabbett calls on public bodies to provide open-licensed pictures of politicians and senior officers. 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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Open local public spending data – a potential hitch

Open local public spending data headlines need careful interpretation Continue reading

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Guardian asks National Secular Society to comment on the ordination of women priests

0000-0001-5882-6823Much as I support the National Secular Society, asking them to comment on the ordination of women priests is like asking me to advise on the best kind of vaulting-pole.

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When writing about the web, links are required

The Telegraph needs to understand that the word “Web” in World Wide Web refers to the interlinking of articles on different sites. Continue reading

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