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How democratic "should" an organisation be?

Started by Robert Pye in Hub: London. Last reply by Pete Burden yesterday. 2 Replies

 Last week, friend and Ethos member Jonathan Blain pointed me at an organisation that he thought would interest me: …Continue

Anyone know a Wordpress expert?

Started by Fran Mullins in Hub: London. Last reply by Annabelle Lambert on Thursday. 2 Replies

Attached is a job description (although that doesn't really exist at Ethos) for a Senior web developer to work on the development of the Ethos websites.Ideally it would be someone who would be…Continue

Member of the Month

Started by Annabelle Lambert in Membership. Last reply by Rebecca Lovelace on Thursday. 95 Replies

MEMBER OF THE MONTH - November 2014Rebecca Lovelace…Continue

Collaborative Commons

Started by Robert Pye in Briefings. Last reply by Annabelle Lambert Aug 27. 1 Reply

After reading Jeremy Rifkins book…Continue

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On Smart Cities

Posted by Peter Feltham on November 20, 2014 at 14:33 0 Comments

FastComapny have an article today ranking various cities for how smart they really are. Woth reading.

http://www.fastcoexist.com/3038765/fast-cities/the-smartest-cities-in-the-world

Information Age exhibition

Posted by Peter Feltham on October 27, 2014 at 13:17 0 Comments

I'm off this afternoon to a recording being made by the BBC's Click! team at the Science Museum, one of my favourite museums in London. And I like Spencer Kelly and Bill Thompson too so it will be good to see them again.
Here's a page describing a little bit of the current exhibition
http://www.gizmag.com/information-age-british-science-museum/34411/

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