July 2015

  • Media Mill Gazette 17

    [aesop_content color=”#333333″ background=”transparent” columns=”1″ position=”none” imgrepeat=”no-repeat” floaterposition=”center” floaterdirection=”up”] Neets, the UK economy on a dashboard and why dashboards get boring. Oh and some Chris Froome. [/aesop_content]

  • Who is using open data?

    Ben Worthy, blogging on the ODI site,  finds that looking at the most viewed and downloaded datasets for data.gov.uk raises more interesting questions than it answers

  • Media Mill Gazette 16

    [aesop_content color=”#333333″ background=”transparent” columns=”1″ position=”none” imgrepeat=”no-repeat” floaterposition=”center” floaterdirection=”up”] Welcome new subscribers. FOI under threat? Froome data and more [/aesop_content]

  • Presenting Open data to businesses

    As part of the general conversation around open data, I hear a lot about innovation by SME’s (small to medium size enterprises) – companies building their business on or with open data. I’ve been pondering whether the knowledge of open data amongst SME’s is up to making good on that promise

  • Media Mill Gazette 15

    [aesop_content color=”#333333″ background=”transparent” columns=”1″ position=”none” imgrepeat=”no-repeat” floaterposition=”center” floaterdirection=”up”] More government support for open data, live energy usage and money for using satellite images. [/aesop_content]

  • Media Mill Gazette 14

    [aesop_content color=”#333333″ background=”transparent” columns=”1″ position=”none” imgrepeat=”no-repeat” floaterposition=”center” floaterdirection=”up”] It’s your transport (including skateboards) themed Media Mill Gazette [/aesop_content]

  • Media Mill Gazette 13

    [aesop_content color=”#333333″ background=”transparent” columns=”1″ position=”none” imgrepeat=”no-repeat” floaterposition=”center” floaterdirection=”up”] Defra, open data driven journalism sites and the shock that I could have been called Sebastian [/aesop_content]