Posts Tagged ‘Birmingham’

West Midlands Open Data Forum

The West Midlands Open Data Forum is an idea that has been initiated by Digital Birmingham. It has a mission “To promote the release, re-use and integration of open data to benefit communities, businesses and public services in the West Midlands area.” I was asked to join its steering group a few months ago and […]

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Telling stories with 1s and 0s

This was the talk I did at Pecha Kucha Coventry in November last year. It might sound a slightly odd title for a talk that is all about open data, but I was keen to do the whole presentation without using the phrase “open data” once. This was because I was part of an evening […]

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Walking the walk around Uncertain Eastside

The other Sunday I went for a walk around a part of the boundary of the Eastside regeneration area in Brum. No, really. It was a part of Nikki Pugh‘s Uncertain Eastside project and turned out to be less of a “walk” and more of a “people clamber around a bit and take photos”. Only […]

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