A Mozilla labs experiment into connecting the web with language.
The Patient Opinion lab have “mashed up” the public feedback which government publishes on NHS Choices website, with public feedback submitted through their own Patient Opinion site.
In his stimulating recent blog “Social Innovation: how do we find the right problems?“ Lee Bryant, Headshift co-founder, reflects on the wealth of agency led initiatives dedicated to the supply of innovation and asks “where does innovation really come from”, and whether there is “a direct link between these initiatives and actual innovation?”.
Interesting article by Jane Sarasohn-Kahn on why trust is driving people to web social networks for health information. The author asserts that: While searching is still the No.1 use of the Internet in health care, social media are growing in importance as consumers’ preferred online channels for health knowledge… Within Internet social media, the most […]
Information on how 3rd party blogging applications can be used to post and edit blog posts to the Confluence wiki tool.
More than any other previous government policy this latest white paper has been developed through consultation, listening and providing people with opportunities to say what they wanted. Here I outline why factors such as these and most importantly collaboration and trust will be key to the successful translation of the policy into practice.
Some excellent thoughts from Headshift on the new white paper ‘Our Health, Our Care, Our Say: A New Direction for Community Services’ by Stuart Hall and Lee Bryant.
This article offers thoughts from Rowan Purdy (Website author) and Gareth Johnson (Warwick University) on whether social software can enhance collaborative working.