I am Shane O'Neill: Father, Fisherman, Founder of various digital businesses & corporate publisher
Now entering my Third Phase - balancing personal and professional activities at a less frenetic pace!
This blog is a referral site where I can store reflections, comment on my continuing professional interests, & record my developing personal experiences and activities.
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We noted in Traditional publishing welcomes the iPad the game changing nature of the new platform arrival. And anyone who has been using the iPaD in its first few months will know how true this is – in our own case a recent family holiday being punctuated by family rows about access to the device leading to the implementation of a booking system and contemplation of a second device purchase!
The launch this summer ofto little fanfare (there was no marketing budget!) should not go unremarked. It is a significant landmark achievement, both in terms of official legislation and of the whole Berners Lee inspired concept in Government of Linked dataand the semantic web. And, like many aspects of public sector information, it raises enormous issues about data quality, our expectations and priorities.
We are increasingly hearing from our clients about their concerns that the social media phenomenon is starting to disrupt their business. Some ask us whether they should either establish mechanisms to manage staff usage or simply block all access to social networking sites. Others come to us from a different angle and wonder whether there are advantages to allowing open access and, if so, how to manage this.