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  1. Comment by simonfj posted on

    Thanks for this Carrie,

    Always interesting to get your perspective.

    One thing, as I go through the blogs on the 'all blogs' list. Is this one new? https://insidegovuk.blog.gov.uk/
    I can't believe I've been missing this bigger picture/context of GDS' work. Just making my way through the 17 pages.
    (If there is a way of putting a link to the first page of all these blogs it would be welcome).

    I don't use twitter, like 78% of internet users, so i hope you don't mind if i just put some interesting ones here. http://www.pewinternet.org/2014/02/20/mapping-twitter-topic-networks-from-polarized-crowds-to-community-clusters/

    I did put this one up for the IDA teams. https://tnc2013.terena.org/web/media/archive/10D But I think it is is one that should be seen by all civil servants, as it offers the national.gov "building services" people a perspective of what their global peers are doing in research.edu. Eventually, especially if Liam's work in the OPG is to progress, these two perspectives, and services, must align.

    It may also help to consider how all gov consultations are snapshots of ongoing topic groups' global research. And how those linkages might be made (from a media & comms perspective). Enough for now. Be good.

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      Comment by Carrie Barclay posted on

      Hi Simon! Thanks as ever for your feedback. Inside GOV.UK has been around since 2012. I'll certainly have a read of those link - thanks for sharing. Carrie