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Images of Historic Hampshire – thanks to the British Library

Engraving depicting two hunters and their dog with a pair of deer standing in the background

I’ve just discovered* that the British Library has uploaded over a million images to Flickr Commons. Yes, that’s right – more than a million – completely free to use as there’s no known copyright. The British Library plans to launch a crowd-sourcing

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Posted in Hampshire, History, weekly blog club

Estimating Social Media usage within a geographic area

I’m an enthusiastic supporter of the adage “go where the people go” if you want to connect with customers and service users. I believe it applies equally – if not more – in the virtual world, than the physical world. I don’t

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Posted in Facebook, Hampshire, Social Media, Technology, weekly blog club

Preston is a nice place. Oh, and Local Gov Camp North West (Part 1)

Crafting the agenda at LocalGovCampNW

Preston & LocalGovCampNW (Part 1) On Saturday I attended Local Gov Camp North West, or #LocalGovCampNW as it’s known on Twitter. Whilst it’s only a couple of weeks since UK GovCamp, I couldn’t resist going along, even though it’s quite

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I know I’m biased, but…

I live and work in Hampshire. I’m biased. But I still think this is really nice. Like this:Like Loading…

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Posted in Hampshire, travel, Wildlife
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