I took part in the Pecha Kucha night as part of the notWestminster event. I’ve never done Pecha Kucha before and I really enjoyed it.
My subject was “The total and utter history of local government”. It was always…
Before I begin.
This is an unashamedly parochial post. Where I say “we” I mean the people of Herefordshire.
I don’t present it as a fully formed plan but rather as an initial idea to start a debate. I’d love to hear from…
Holding an unconference on unconferences does sound like the most meta joke of the year. Or possibly a plotline on W1A But what other way could academics who have investigated unconferences choose to discuss their findings?
The government recently published a set of FAQs on the process to leave the EU. I offered some alternative answers.
FAQs are an annoying conceit much of the time which is why the Government strongly discourages their use.
I’ve left it a little late to blog today. Still blog I must if I am to avoid a terrible forfeit from Dan Slee. So here are some numbers that caught my eye in the news.
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The government has published FAQs on the UK’s departure from the European Union. Despite the fact that the Government’s guidance for its own website is not to publish FAQs.
I’ve been wrangling data for a project.
And creating interactive data visualisations using tableau. The results are OK but, you know, a bit serious.
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