Here’s the first video produced with Alex Davies, Paul Tyler and
Billy Bragg as part of the Taking Power consultation. There’s more to come…
It was an extremely interesting and thought-provoking conversation: unfortunately the camera ran out of batteries so we didn’t get it all on video, although we did get it all on audio. Later on we got to discussing Billy Bragg’s new book “ The Progressive Patriot ” , and a positive vision for English identity and values.
I’ll post it up as a podcast as soon as the videos are all done and I get a spare moment.
Another shiny new Lib Dem site goes up.
We’ve just released the new policy consultation website –
It’s built on the previous experience of
Rob Fenwick’s Meeting the Challenge website and the Make IT Policy consultation site that Richard Allan and I worked on back in 2002 and has the consultations for:
Taking Power consultation (another Allan/Tod production together with Alex Davies and Paul Tyler) has generated more response than I expected – so it will be interesting to see how much response these generate.
Over on the
Taking Power website, we’re now taking questions for Billy Bragg.
This follows their
podcast interview with Michael Meacher.
If you’ve got any questions for Billy Bragg, just pop them in the post to
It’s now all systems go for tomorrow.
We’ve had a few calls in with questions on 07747 867259.
Ming’s Skypecast has been made
the lead feature (apparently globally!) on the Skype website.
You can download Skype from
http://www.skype.com/download/ – and if all you want to do is listen to the call, you don’t even need a microphone.
To log-in and listen to the call, just go to the
page for Ming’s Skypecast tomorrow morning at 10.15 a.m. BST, and hit the ‘sign in to join’ link.
More details on the
Taking Power website.
After a relatively successful trial of
Skypecasting this evening, we’ll be going for it this coming Wednesday at 10.30 a.m. Hopefully a few people will be able to join.
Skypecasting means people can listen live and ask questions at the end.
You might still be able to spot details of the event on the
Skypecasting home page! In case it’s not longer the lead story, check out the specific page for the Taking Power skypecast.
More about Taking Power, on the Taking Power website.
To join in, you will need to
download and install a copy of Skype. To ask a question, you will need a microphone.
the map of all the Green Tax Switch meetings on Flock Together suggests that all the meetings to date are in a straight line between Dorking and Hazel Grove.
You can see for yourself here.
Update: The link in the earlier edit of this post has now been corrected. Mike Bell in Weston-super-Mare has opened up a new ley-line. All other entries (including a new one in Wellingborough) remain on the previous one!