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Delib B-Open Exhibition preparation

Delib are presenting at the Watershed tomorrow and our exhibition is taking shape. We’ve been working with Bristol City Council and Media Sandbox as part of the B-Open project, looking…

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5 Things we learned from UK GovCamp 11

A summary of the things Delib learnt at GovCamp. Open-source, open-data, ideas-sharing, etc.

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Jan 5 2011

2011 New Year Viral Video Chart

This week’s NMA Viral Charts are dominated by New Year videos in both Brand and UGC. At the top of the NMA Viral Brand Chart is the BBC’s coverage of…

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Dec 20 2010

Social Media Nativity and Lonely Island top NMA Viral Charts

This week’s festive NMA Viral Charts are sprinkled with christmas viral joy. Sitting at the top of the NMA Viral Brand Chart is the superb Social Media Nativity video from…

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Dec 20 2010

2011 – The Year of Internet TV?

Internet TV has seen a rise this year with ITV and Channel4 both improving their streaming services, YouTube providing content from UK channels, BBC iPlayer updates including social sharing as…

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Dec 13 2010

Michael Jackson and Irish Christmas Viral Top Charts

This week’s NMA Viral Charts certainly have a Christmas theme running through both Brand and UGC. At the top of the NMA Viral Brand Chart is a campaign by Irish…

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Dec 6 2010

Red Bull top of the viral chart again!

For the third week in a row, Red Bull’s awesome video with Danny MacAskill is top of the NMA Viral Brand chart Qatar’s crazy new 2022 World Cup stadiums is…

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Dec 3 2010

Is it a Lightsabre?? Blade Runner??

Nope…….it’s Liz with a Megamind umbrella! Megamind is out this week and we’ve got a couple of umbrellas in the office that we’ve been putting to good use; re-enacting classic…

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Who says you’re any good?

I’ve been reading Andy’s post on “What makes good?” and it’s got me thinking about what or who determines whether something is “good”. Andy’s post is a philosophy on how…

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Jul 14 2010

Designing what matters

Don’t be fooled by the title, this article is not a grammatical error, but an exploration into the design challenges faced when seeking to engage and initiate a dialogue. We’ve…

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