As is tradition with our unconferences, at the end of #TAL12 we held the much-awaited Unawards ceremony to mark the very best in hyperlocal innovation and excellence. Below is our list of winners, who were rewarded with some very special prizes … [Read more...] about The #TAL12 Unaward winners
Update, Jan 3: The W14 group has just reached a landmark 1,000 members. Congratulations Annette! When nearby boroughs of London were burning, the streets crowded with youngsters looting shops and rioting during the summer of 2010, the police … [Read more...] about The wonder of W14: 'Action not journalism'
This is the first of what I hope will be a regular feature - answers to ten questions put to the publishers of some of the most vibrant and inspirational hyperlocal websites that are out there. Annette Albert, who manages W14london.ning.com - 'the … [Read more...] about Ten Questions: Annette Albert of W14 & SW6 London
We are reaching the end of the first national wave of talk about local training with UK online centres and some amazing websites have emerged, such as Moretonhampstead Hub, Heeley Online, Doddington's Doings and This is Penhill. I'll be writing … [Read more...] about July webinar sessions with hyperlocal publishers: spaces available
Try to feature some information and news about your local green spaces, be they parks, gardens or allotments. Last August Clare White wrote a blog post that featured some of Britain's garden blogs, such as the Patient Gardener’s Weblog from … [Read more...] about Content idea: feature local parks, allotments and gardens