Tell us what you want to talk about in Edinburgh

If you’re coming along to the Political Innovation event in Edinburgh on the 13th, please have a look at the UserVoice page that we’ve set up to help you shape the day?

We’re looking for contributors to raise issues including (but not exclusively)….

  • Hyperlocalism
  • Petitioning and other forms of crowdsourced government interaction
  • Blogging – how it’s changing, new tools, managing commenting communities, how to avoid being sued
  • How bloggers relate to journalists (and vice versa) – and do bloggers matter?
  • Networked campaigning – how it’s done, and what it means for politicians, civil servants and the campaigners themselves
  • How to remove the barriers to social interaction online

… and anything else that comes up on the day. We’ve had a load of essays published on the Political Innovation site as a sample of the kind of thinking we’re hoping to shake out on the day and we’re hoping to see a few of the contributors there on the day to discus their ideas …  and yours.

About Paul Evans

Living in London but working all over Britain and Ireland, Paul is the curator of the Political Innovation project. On twitter as @paul0evans1, blogging mainly at the Local Democracy blog and working mostly for Memeserver Ltd.
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