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Peter Feltham
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Software Architect, Researcher, SocialMedia person. Ethics matter to me.
Software Architect, Researcher, SocialMedia person. Ethics matter to me.

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My colleague +Doug Shaw recently attended the Big Tent conference. Here are his thoughts from that.

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Sorry to have been offline through illness lately.

Here's one that came via a friend and shows a rather interesting dashboard for the UK's energy supply. You can hover your mouse over the circular meters to get some notes about them.

The power of Linked Data eh? Ahem.

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Thoughts from the Ethereum Developer Conference

Interesting article from Shanghai, where Ethereum is having a get together.

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The Connected Network - a Systems thinker's view

This is an excellent article which covers a lot of ground about why networked thinking is so important. Recommended.

New Category: Events

We've added a new Category to this community called Events because the Ethos team go to so many of these and / or put on various Events of our own.

So please use this Category to post relevant information about any Events of interest.

No spam please! 

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Big changes coming for user ownership of their data

Ethos Partner +Geoff Revill gave an interesting presentation recently on GDPR and its implications for data ownership rights. A portion is embedded in his blog post. 

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On Networking - and the Hive Mind

I found this to be a good, if long, article on some of the characteristics of the huge growth in Social Networking, and its implications. Worth savouring.

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Accenture on Health Innovation

Accenture have discovered patient-centric thinking, and are now promoting this. Catching us up eh?


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Gov Policy and its interactions

Interesting article by Matthew Taylor, just appointed by the UK Gov to look into employment in the future. Worth a read..

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An excellent article on Bots

This is both informative and thought provoking. My friend and fellow Partner +Mark Stephen Meadows shares some thoughts from the front lines on what are the big benefits of Bots - when deployed by those that understand them. Recommended.
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