Personal perspectives on information science, the evolving Internet, delivery of public services online, Web 2.0, the Web of Data, the Semantic Web, communities, folksonomies and more. With an emphasis upon convergence between some or all of the above, and a UK slant.
Earlier this week, I jumped onthis, to gohere, to attendthis. And very interesting it proved, too. Proper write-upover hereshortly.
In a public space such as this blog, there are no appropriate words to describe the security staff atthe venue, who - when queried at their 'Main Entrance' just after 0900 - refused to provide any information other than that the venue would not open its doors until 1000. They neglected - despite repeated queries as I knew I was meant to be inside before 1000 - to mention the door on the river side of the building, which was already open. Cretins.
Anyway, an unexpected yet pleasant spin-off from eventially getting inside was receivingthis(so thanks tothe Big Mfor that).
Given an impending birthday for one of those between toddling and teens, a quick triphereforthis,thisand another one ofthesemade tomorrow night's (apparently essential) sleepover with similarly aged friends suddenly seem so much more manageable.