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Aristotle and an open-data Brighton and Hove

Aristotle got it right. “Man is a political animal,” the ancient Greek philosopher wrote nearly 2,500 years ago. He believed human beings were suited to living in a “polis” [πόλις] or city-state – large enough to be self-sustaining, but small … Continue reading

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Update: Examples of Brighton and Hove data

Some helpful work by a number of #ODBH members – particularly by Paul Brewer (@pdbrewer) – has inspired me to compile in one post some of the links that have been tweeted by various people since last week’s meeting. Most … Continue reading

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Inaugural ODBH meeting on February 8 2011

There was a great turnout for the inaugural meeting of the Open-data Brighton and Hove group at The Quadrant in Queen’s Road, Brighton BN1 3FA. This post does not seek to be anything other than a bullet-point list of action … Continue reading

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