Today, in a couple of hours I am speaking at Nesta at the digital tools for neighbourhood planning seminar organised by Tony Burton. Tony has been an advocate of the concept of "Digital Civics" for a long time and he's put together a great line of speakers at the event, including:
Catherine Greene from Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design (and one of our customers :))
Kathryn Geels from Nesta.
Will Perin from Talk about Local.
Mike Saunders from Commonplace.
Vicky Sargent from Boilerhouse.
Priya Prakash from Changify.
Louise Francis from Mapping for Change.
It's going to be a great discussion I am sure, and I will follow up later in the week with the takeaways.
Meanwhile, North and South Hykeham have taken to Twitter with over 100 follows now, and pleased to see they are getting value from Stickyworld.
— North Hykeham TC (@NorthHykehamTC) July 8, 2014