Dateline: the near future Setting: the Old Bailey. A tense, invitation-only event. A spectacle of the kind that London has made its own since long
So identity is back mainstreaming in the news once more from Bill Goodwin at Computer Weekly to Kim Cameron’s podcast on Idealgovernment, which is provoking a healthy mix of
An interesting day yesterday providing evidence to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee inquiry into how the Government makes use of scientific and technological evidence.
Creative Commons is gaining real traction. And it’s easy to see why. For those of you not yet familiar with it, CC, as it is commonly
Some years back (well, the late 1990’s to be precise), I started setting out a vision of what I thought a future state might look
It’s not every day I find myself invited to a football stadium – but yesterday that’s where I found myself, speaking at the Reebok Stadium
It’s hard to believe that 5 years have passed since the UK Government’s Government Gateway was launched back in the long, dark, cold days of January 2001.
As the UK National Identity Card debate continues, there is considerable worldwide technological expertise in this field that can help us ensure the proposals are
There’s an interesting piece in Prospect (October 2005) by Michael Cross on Public Sector IT Failures (available online at the time of writing – click here). The article provides a
To Whittlebury Hall to deliver a Keynote at the Triple i Convention, a “by invitation only” residential convention for senior IT strategists in Enterprise and Public Sector organisations.
I presume I’m not alone when I scratch my head about some of the thinking around that suggests the Internet is just about the Web
At the Foundation for Science and Technology Meeting last night the topic of Identity Management (for which read ‘the UK National Identity Card Bill’) was