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How the social media surgeries helped Pesky People

I’m prompted to write a longer blog about the importance of the Social Media Surgeries following the wonderful news that they had won The Big Society Award 2012. It was a huge surprise to be mentioned as an example of the impact No 10’s press release. In September 2009 I wrote my first Pesky People blog (The Future is not Orange) and had no idea that it would take me on a journey of a new career, skills, experiences and develop my expertise... 
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Developers wanted!

Pesky People is looking for dynamic web developers on a pilot build of Go Genie. It needs that brilliant someone to do the build (individual or company) and make it a reality. We are open to either a one off build that is flexible and agile that can be carried forward by another company and are also open to developing a longer term mutual relationship. Budget for initial build from scratch is £6,000. We don’t have an unlimited funds so... 
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Pesky People speaking at B2 Camp on 12 August 2010

Pesky People is doing a short presentation at the B2Camp on 12th August in the Birmingham Library Theatre. Pesky People ‘s presentation is about digital accessibility and announcing both the OLILI project and Pesky People’s new website . The unconference focuses on the built environment and digital technologies – like last year there is a sparkling line up including: Brian Gambles – Head of BCC Library Services (Introduction... 
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Recasting Power – where muted anger says it all

I attended the packed out Recasting Power event last night in Birmingham. Featuring the Rt Hon Tony Benn (his granddaughter Emily Benn stood in his place), Charlie Elphicke (Conservative Prospective MP for Dover), Councillor Paul Tilsley (Deputy Leader of Birmingham City Council), Charlie Beckett and members of Birmingham’s political and digital community discussing how online tools are transforming politics. To quote: ‘Recasting the Net aimed... 
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