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[kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.youtube.com/v/jqLPHrCQr2I” width=”425″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /] Here is my light reading weekend post: I came across this absolutely cool new campaign by Intel. Designed by the Ad agency Venbables Bell & Partners, it is branding the company as “sponsors of the future” and making rockstars out of scientists (“Your rockstars aren’t like our rockstars”). Check… » read more

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I had announced this in a previous blog entry (see: “If you can google it, it’s real”). However, it took quite a bit longer than anticipated. Sorry for that: But now it is finally online: The video stream of Christopher Perrien’s Web 2.0 key-note at the ERRIN Open Days seminar of 9 October 2008 (“Harnessing… » read more

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Today Charles Leadbeater, author of “We-Think – Mass innovation, not mass production”, kicked off the Lisbon Council’s Innovation Day 2008, a high-level debating and networking event that took place in Brussels. Leadbetter’s bestselling book is a guide to the brave new world of internet-based innovation. Check out this link for a cute little video-summary of… » read more

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Just came back from the INTERREG IVC Forum in Lille. The immense and increasing popularity of this funding mechanism for interregional cooperation was graphically demonstrated by the first call of this programme, resulting in piles of project applications. More than 400 applications mobilising nearly 5000 actors across Europe were received and the programme Secretariat in… » read more

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Thank god it’s Friday and the Open Days are over. But I don’t want to go into the weekend before having posted my report on our great ERRIN Web 2.0. and Knowledge Management seminar yesterday. I start with the bad news: Those who were not there missed a great seminar, some excellent speakers and a… » read more

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Communicating the EU

I would like to share a great website with you: www.zealanddenmark.eu This is the new website of Zealand region’s EU office. They employ a full time journalist to write jargon free articles about the EU. The articles are provided free of charge to regional and local newspapers. I was told that they are also starting… » read more

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