[@OKau] [@OKFNau] business case for open data projects

Pia Waugh pia.waugh at gmail.com
Wed Apr 1 19:54:14 UTC 2015

If it is useful, I update my slide deck on open data (along with other
presentations) at http://slideshare.net/greebo I have a few blog posts on
open data at http://pipka.org but recently have been blogging more about
power distributing from institutions to the people and other such notions.
Though there are still loads of open data related posts.

There are several video presentations of me talking open data online if
they're ever useful. Always happy to answer questions. Always happy to do a
public event but have been too busy to coordinate a formal one for work :)
Certainly happy to speak at community events and personally, I enjoy
hanging out with our community when I can as I spend most of my waking
hours convincing people on the inside these days to be more open :)

Rock on everyone. We are winning.


On 26/03/2015 4:46 PM, "Rosie Williams" <budgetaus at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> Today I met with a group of 3rd year business students from the University
> of Sydney who will be putting together a business plan and strategic plan
> for me to be presented in June for a unit in social entrepreneurship.
> I spent an enjoyable hour sharing the basics of what open data is and what
> the business opportunities might be for me. I mentioned this list is having
> a discussion right now about the case for open data projects. Do people
> mind if I invite people from this group to join the forum to ask questions
> (assuming they have any)? I'm hoping other people will help answer their
> questions :-)
> Rosie Williams BA (Sociology)
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