Social Sites, private control

I spent the weekend at Momentum’s Digital Hub. I did some work on source code control. One of the questions it raised in my mind is around collaboration. The tools chosen are those that you’d expect from a bunch of techies and developers. There was a split about using facebook, and I reconsidered how one would build a private alternative. Continue reading “Social Sites, private control”

Naymz & Klout

I am mailed once/month by Naymz who tell me that they have discovered something interesting about me. I often login to see, but it rarely seems to be that interesting. I have not connected all my  networks to it, keeping it out of Yahoo and Facebook which I treat as mainly private networks. This week I decided to have a further look, among other reasons, I have forgotten how I came to use it. Continue reading “Naymz & Klout”

Labour’s Rule Book

I have posted and try to maintain  the most recent copy of the Labour Party Rule Book  that I can find, this is also hidden in member’s net; this latter link requires a login and the search engines have difficulty in finding it.

I have also created a bit.ly short name for the LP’s version, bit.ly/uklabourrules17. This copy of the rules is the 2017 rules, presumably authorised by lab16. Hover over the links to see the tool tips.  Continue reading “Labour’s Rule Book”

Feed Aggregation, paper.li and storify

I am considering a revamp of my web site. I am planning to rely more on dynamic content mainly hosted in this wiki and on the blog. One item of research is how to present my bookmarks and microblog articles. I thought I was interested in paper.li vs stori.fy. Here is