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Slideshow: Presentations from the interactives session

| July 8, 2010 – 10:31 am | 3,319 views

As part of our news:rewired follow-up coverage, we’ll be posting slideshows of the speakers’ presentations for those who missed it or simply want to recap. See presentations from Rob Minto and Ollie Williams

FOI – “Poking the beast of authority”

| January 14, 2010 – 6:14 pm | 5,930 views

Citizens are now able “poke the beast of authority” at the touch of a button, according to Francis Irving, senior developer at mySociety.org

FOI – What do they know, and what do we need to know?

| January 14, 2010 – 4:04 pm | 3,087 views

Francis Irving, senior developer at mySociety.org, the organisation behind Freedom of Information website Whatdotheyknow.com, shares his thoughts on the future pf public data access in the UK

Speaker Q&A: Francis Irving, senior developer, mySociety

| December 18, 2009 – 11:25 am | 5,698 views
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mySociety is behind some of the most innovative citizen and community projects in the UK: TheyWorkForYou, WhatDoTheyKnow, FixMyStreet, Mapumental, No. 10 Petitions site, PledgeBank, WriteToThem, and others. Its senior developer, Francis Irving, has worked for the charity since 2004 and will be talking about collaborative data projects at news:rewired, along with data expert Tony Hirst, from the Open University.