These are my links for October 8th through October 25th:
- TwitterBackgrounds.com | Free Twitter Backgrounds – Some super Twitter backgrounds.
- iNews – Read about the latest innovations across Kent County Council and beyond.
Find out who we are, what we do, how we research, what we’re looking at, as well as our award winning project.
- Learning and Skills Improvement Service – eLearning resources and skills development
- Brief RSS add-on makes Firefox's Live Bookmarks usable… (Download Squad) » TechNews.AM – Technews.am is a new community for breaking news across the technology sector. We are still in pre-alpha, so please bear with us.
- Support Creative Commons (Campaign) | Peter Bihr on Social Media, Web 2.0 and Digital Life – As you might know, I’m a big fan of Creative Commons (CC), a very easy way to share your content online and thus contribute to an ever-growing pool of freely available body of text, picture, videos and music to work with. It’s not a replacement to copyright, but an addition that gives the content creators (that’s you) more rights to share their works and others more rights to use them. Creative Commons is a building block for a free culture.
- Socialtext | Social Networking with Enterprise 2.0 Collaboration – The Socialtext collaboration platform allows organizations of all sizes to collaborate faster, decide faster and change faster. The more aware your people are of what colleagues are doing, the broader your people’s participation in conversations, and the more easily new insights spread across your organization, the faster your business can respond to changing customer expectations and business conditions.
- Enterprise Web 2.0 | ZDNet.com – A directory of vendors and links to Enterprise 2.0 software solutions, listed in alphabetic order by category:
- eGovernment Register – The eGovernment Register is a unique collaborative environment for UK local authorities and private sector suppliers. It provides up-to-date information on a variety of e-government activities including product usage, tenders and partnerships. It gives you immediate information from its own database or deep links to relevant data on other websites. Maps, email alerts, RSS feeds and downloadable spreadsheets allow customised data to be obtained with minimal effort. An overall picture is available for any particular authority, partnership or supplier and this information can be used to identify potential software solutions, new customers or shared service opportunities.
- twtvite :: create and find Tweetups in your town. – Twtvite is an event manager tool that helps you organize Tweetups and make meaningful connections through social media.
- Openly Local :: Making Local Government More Transparent – Openly Local is a new project to develop an open and unified way of accessing Local Government information.
Lots of synergy here with the Knowledge Hub project.
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