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A selection of articles and blogs on digital publishing and public sector data issues 

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A House divided against itself cannot stand

Amid the minor salvoes of the coming electoral battle  will be the Government’s pronouncement on the future of Ordnance Survey, expected shortly after the consultation exercise announced in December and now drawing to its close.

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Making Public Data Public - unintended consequences

The seeming triumph of the Making Public Data Public disguises consequences and exposures for very many public bodies.

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The Environment Agency - from pariah to paragon?

Some years ago the Environment Agency brought public disapprobation on itself for the fast and loose way it played with Public Sector Information regulations – not to mention inferences of State Aid – when it launched its controversial Property Search business.

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The theory of verticality

Verticality is something the very large and successful professional publishers figured out for themselves fifteen years ago. 

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Nor the years condemn

The publication this week of Outsell’s report End-User Generational Analysis: The Gap Narrows provides a timely reminder of the Benjamin Button principle – that rather than a Facebook generation breaking through to overwhelm the Luddism of the baby boomer generation, a reverse effect may indeed be taking place.

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