Posted by: William Perrin | April 14, 2009

So I quit my job to set up Talk About Local…

…and am now back and posting again after an inter-job vacation. Some posts will follow over the next few days as i catch up with the mainstream media catching up on the problems in commercial local media.  I shall also be rejigging this blog a fair bit to be a pre launch Talk About Local.

But this codemy gem as trad media meets new media from The Landline sets the tone. They should do a follow up for when TV and film meet YouTube.

Thanks to the countless people who have tweeted this my way.

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Responses

  1. Welcome back! Loving the film, first time I’ve seen it, very funny! So – what’s your angle? 😉

  2. Looking forward to reading Talk About Local !

  3. Good luck with it all Will!

    Don’t forget, if you want partners in Yorkshire, we are there ready and waiting
    http://www.digital2020.org.uk

  4. Excellent plan … looking forward to lots more

  5. […] expect some serious action to promote and support local volunteer-run websites now that Will Perrin has left his job in the Cabinet Office to work on the Talk About Local project. This aims to train activists in 150 […]

  6. Congratulations on taking the plunge. All the best with Talk About Local.

  7. It’s a great initiative Will and I know you’ll make it work like you did in King Cross. Hyper-local goes national!


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