My new book
written with Alan Brown and Mark Thompson, is now available. More details here.
My app, London Streets, is available for both iOS and Android. It provides an interactive journey of exploration through the old streets of London, their origins and history.
- the constant improvement of GOV.UK to better meet the needs of all its users — gds.blog.gov.uk/2015/03/06/gov… 10 hours ago
- RT @cityoflondon: Did you know... entry to @GuildhallArt permanent collection and #roman Amphitheatre is FREE? @visitthecity #freeart http:… 11 hours ago
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NTOUK archivesEarlier new tech observation blog entries, entered on an entirely different blog engine, can be found here.
Category Archives: IT
On the back of the launch of our new book, Digitizing Government, I posted a few background thoughts in my previous blog — very imaginatively entitled, er, more thoughts on government in the digital age. I continue exploring a few more … Continue reading
The book I’ve written with Alan Brown and Mark Thompson — Digitizing Government — is out. It’s here on Amazon UK and here as a Kindle edition: although it’s also here if you’d rather order online AND support your local independent … Continue reading
Our new book about understanding and implementing new digital business models, Digitizing Government, is published 1st December in the UK and 26th December in the USA. I’ve written it with Alan Brown and Mark Thompson, bringing together a range of … Continue reading
It’s 20 years ago this month that the UK government first launched a website intended to provide a simplified, single point of access to information from across the public sector. I thought I’d add a little more detail — or at … Continue reading
I mentioned in a previous post the work done in the late 1990s to put online a change of address service. This service enabled citizens to inform separate government departments, via the internet and in a single transaction, of a … Continue reading
My Australian colleague, Marie Johnson, and I have drafted a paper for this month’s Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management (CAPAM) conference being held in Putrajaya, Malaysia. It looks at government endeavours in the UK and Australia over the last … Continue reading