Last month, I headed to Belfast to work with the Drawnalism team on Open Data Camp 5.
Tim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web, but he's more interested in helping society adjust to it than controlling it.
Dr Laura James talks data management systems and open data at the Open Data Cities Conference
Ian Hold on the lessons learnt from the Ordnance Survey's release of open data
Three lessons for getting open data projects going in public sector organisations from Emer Coleman at the Open Data Cities Conference
Lean Doody of Arup outlines the path to the smart city at the Open Data Cities Conference.
Two talks about bringing our cultural heritage into a new digital public space
Tom Steinberg makes the case of focusing on releasing the data people actually want - but in better formats than they expect.
Jonathan Carr-West, director of Local Government Information Unit, explores open data as new idea space of social exchange.
Leigh Dodds of Kasabi explores the role of data hubs in rethinking our urban environments.