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  • LIVING IN A “POLIS”, LOOSELY TRANSLATED AS CITY STATE, WITH SUGGESTIONS OF SELF-SUSTAINING, WHERE EVERYONE KNOWS EVERYONE ELSE; ATHENS HAD ABOUT THE SAME POPULATION AS THE CITY WE’RE IN TODAY. “MAN”; “NATURE”. NOTHING I SAY TODAY SHOULD BE REGARDED AS POLITICAL IN THE MODERN SENSE. CERTAINLY NOT PARTY POLITICAL. BUT I HOPE IT WILL BECOME CLEAR HOW SOME OF THE ISSUES I ADDRESS COULD HELP IMPACT ON CIVIC SOCIETY IN A DIGITAL DEMOCRACY.

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  • Greg Hadfield Cogapp, Director of Strategic Projects @GregHadfield #DigiDayOut
  • Google Earth
  • Text 1979-1986 Wakefield Express Western Morning News/Evening Herald 1986-1995 Education correspondent , Today News editor/Assistant editor, Sunday Times Senior investigative reporter, Daily Mail 1995-2003 (-2009) Founder, Soccernet ( www.soccernet.com ) Founder , Schoolsnet (www.schoolsnet.com) 2009-2010 Head of digital development, Telegraph Media Group 2010- Director of strategic projects , Cogapp
  • Homo Sapiens – 160,000 years Internet – 50 years Cities – 6,000 years
  • Man is by nature a political animal. - Aristotle ὁ ἄνθρωπος φύσει πολιτικὸν ζῷον
  • Belfast Cardiff Edinburgh Birmingham Bradford Brighton & Hove Bristol Coventry Derby Hull Leeds Leicester Liverpool Manchester Newcastle Nottingham Plymouth Sheffield Southampton Stoke on Trent Sunderland Wakefield Wolverhampton Birmingham Belfast Cardiff Edinburgh Birmingham Bradford Brighton & Hove Bristol Coventry Derby Hull Leeds Leicester Liverpool Manchester Newcastle Nottingham Plymouth Sheffield Southampton Stoke on Trent Sunderland Wakefield Wolverhampton
  • Birmingham Leeds Sheffield Bradford Liverpool Manchester Bristol Wakefield Coventry Nottingham Leicester Sunderland Newcastle Brighton and Hove Hull Plymouth Wolverhampton Stoke Derby Southampton Population 992,000 720,000 512,000 467,000 440,000 420,000 380,000 316,000 305,000 285,000 280,000 280,000 259,000 248,000 240,000 240,000 239,000 239,000 230,000 220,000 7.3 million Penetration 8.3% 11.1% 13.0% 15.2% 24.3% 10.4% 11.9% 37.7% 21.6% 11.3% 15.8% 32.5% 13.9% 8.0% 21.7% 22.1% 27.3% 26.9% 22.2% 15.8% 19% Average circulation (July-December 2010) 48,660 39,114 38,780 27,627 87,198 93,348 39,944 27,981 35,581 40,974 54,105 34,170 54,874 25,560 44,476 30,323 116,992 51,730 33,222 33,033 957,692 Year-on-year change in circulation -7.8% -12.7% -8.2% -8.6% -1.5% n/a -6.2% n/a -8.3% -11.6% -7.2% -7.5% n/a -5.9% -7.3% -6.0% -2.8% -4.7% -7.2% -5.3% -7% 20 BIGGEST ENGLISH CITIES Northcliffe : 7 - Trinity Mirror : 5 - Johnston : 4 - Newsquest : 3 - Midland NewsAssociation : 1
  • 512 64 8 1 4,096 32,768 262,144
  • Text “ An integral part of New York City’s digital road map is a policy and strategy to collaborate with other cities in the United States and abroad. “ In partnership, cities have a unique opportunity to join efforts and benefit from their combined achievements.”
  • Open-data Cities Conference April 2012: Brighton
  • Open-data Cities Conference April 2012: Brighton
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  • Open-data Brighton and Hove
    • “ A linked open-data resource, searchable by postcode, that provides an accessible gateway to content and data, including maps and visualisations, relating to:
        • polling district, polling stations, and ward and constituency boundaries;
        • election results, votes, and turnout;
        • candidates and political parties.
    The project
  • Thank you [email_address] @GregHadfield 07801 569541