A couple of weeks ago, we updated the index page for all the blogs hosted on GOV.UK.
To mark this, we thought it would be a good idea to highlight some of the interesting stuff that teams across government are publishing on their blogs, and we've done this by making our own Flipboard magazine.
Flipboard is what the cool kids call a "social news aggregator". That's internet-speak for a thing that helps you keep up with news from all sorts of sources and read it on the device that suits you.
It also lets you create your own magazine, pulling together articles from anywhere on the web. That's what we've done with a handful of interesting posts we found on some of the GOV.UK blogs.
Topics covered include marine litter and the future of driving. Not always, perhaps, things you expected civil servants would be thinking about. But that's exactly what blogs are good for: thinking out loud.