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iwmwlive: Paul Boag is up next to tell us: "No money? No matter - Improve your website with next to no cash". Please use #iwmw10 and #p6 to tweet [10:45GMT]

iwmwlive: What was the key insight you will take away from Ranjit Sidhu's talk? Tell us now in one tweet using #iwmw10 and the session tag #p5 [10:45GMT]

mlpoulter: We're whooping inside. Web pride! RT @pete_gilbert: English people have trouble whooping with any enthusiasm....#IWMW10 [10:45GMT]

PlanetClaire: WHOOP! #iwmw10 #p5 [10:47GMT]

mhawksey: #iwmw10 #p5 #end [10:47GMT]

williamslive: Follow that Paul ... #iwmw10 [10:47GMT]

lyndabewley: RT @pete_gilbert: English people have trouble whooping with any enthusiasm....#IWMW10 [10:47GMT]

darrenlanglands: Paul Boag up next. Looking forward to it. #p6 #iwmw10 [10:48GMT]

iwmwlive: Paul Boag's slides are available at Slideshare at http://ow.ly/2a6LS #iwmw10 [10:48GMT]

ostephens: new blog post #iwmw10 #p5 @rssidhu talks about justifying web teams - http://bit.ly/aXp5Pg [10:48GMT]

RellyAB: \o/\o/\o/\o/\o/\o/ time for @boagworld to run his mouth \o/\o/\o/\o/\o/\o/ #iwmw10 [10:48GMT]

PlanetClaire: Paul Boag next. Time for some controversy no doubt! #iwmw10 #p6 [10:48GMT]

danwiggle: Thought provoking stuff from @rssidhu at #iwmw10 - time to start doing more with our stats to prove the value (or not...) of what we do [10:49GMT]

DBailey635: Well done Ranjit Sidhu! #iwmw10 [10:49GMT]

spellerlive: #iwmw10 #p6 Boag after SiD - it's all too much! [10:49GMT]

PlanetClaire: Would like to get a Derek the Web Designing Dog for the office #iwmw10 #p6 [10:49GMT]

iwmwlive: Boag notes the war time "make do and mend" mentality with the currently depressing rhetoric #iwmw10 #p6 [10:50GMT]

iwmwlive: Boag has never met such a depressed community! #iwmw10 #p6 [10:50GMT]

mancypino: Me, half empty? Surely not! #p6 #iwmw10 [10:50GMT]

patrick_h_lauke: RT @scottbw: I've just signed up to run a BarCamp session on Apache Wookie and W3C Widgets at #iwmw10 [10:50GMT]

andypowe11: "a lot of you guys are half-empty people" #iwmw10 [10:50GMT]

PlanetClaire: Get excited and make things! #iwmw10 #p6 [10:50GMT]

mhawksey: turning challenges into opportunities at #iwmw10 #p6 [10:50GMT]

iwmwlive: We should be excited about the budget cuts! They provide us with a unique opportunity to change #iwmw10 #p6 [10:51GMT]

webpackets: #iwmw10 #p6 I'm an optimist :) [10:51GMT]

PlanetClaire: Budget cuts provide a unique opportunity for change – and we need to! #iwmw10 #p6 [10:51GMT]

andypowe11: "you should be excited about the budget cuts that are coming - they offer a unique opportunity to change" #iwmw10 [10:51GMT]

ostephens: 'Web managers are half empty people' #iwmw10 #p6 @boagworld - think Paul should meet some librarians :) [10:51GMT]

MikeNolanLive: Paul Boag #iwmw10 #p6 http://flic.kr/p/8igBrh [10:51GMT]

151a_bot: [andypowe11 tweets ] "you should be excited about the budget cuts that are coming - they offer a unique opportunity to change" #iwmw10 [10:51GMT]

dannyblanchette: #iwmw10 #p5 and #p6 are shaping up to be the talks of the event [10:51GMT]

TheBeautyinyou: RT @151a_bot: [andypowe11 tweets ] "you should be excited about the budget cuts that are coming - they offer a unique opportunity to change" #iwmw10 [10:51GMT]

mariekeguy: #iwmw10 #p6 finding this morning's talks inspiring- these commercial guys are very upbeat ;-) [10:51GMT]

mariekeguy: RT @spellerlive #iwmw10 #p6 Boag after SiD - it's all too much! [10:52GMT]

iwmwlive: We get the opportunity to say to academics and decision makers: "we have to work differently now because of budget cuts" #iwmw10 #p6 [10:52GMT]

rmanleyreeve: #iwmw10 #p6 enjoying Paul Boag's plenary @boagworld [10:52GMT]

darrenlanglands: Boag in full-flow evangelist mode. #p6 #iwmw10 [10:52GMT]

dvdsmpsn: Ha @boagworld I totally agree. #iwmw10 did look miserable on the stream yesterday. #glasshalffull [10:52GMT]

PlanetClaire: Establish ourselves as leaders and driving forces for change. #iwmw10 #p6 [10:53GMT]

andypowe11: "chance to establish web teams as thought leaders in how institutional use of the web should evolve" #iwmw10 [10:53GMT]

iwmwlive: We have the opportunity to simplify - we have more legacy than anyone else on the web but we can now approach things differently #iwmw10 #p6 [10:54GMT]

PlanetClaire: We have too much legacy hanging around and we need to get rid of it #iwmw10 #p6 [10:54GMT]

mancypino: @boagworld You had me at 'budget cuts'. #p6 #iwmw10 [10:54GMT]

spellerlive: #iwmw10 #p6 Focus on opportunity (i) Simplify and (ii) Approaching things differently [10:54GMT]

andypowe11: "your websites have been going longer than almost everybody else's - your legacy is bigger" #iwmw10 [10:54GMT]

andypowe11: "KISS" #iwmw10 [10:54GMT]

mlpoulter: Overall message of #iwmw10 so far is that these are bad times for dinosaurs. I *think* I'm a little mammal rather than a dinosaur. [10:55GMT]

PlanetClaire: We have HUGE bloated websites which are unmanageable - mainly because they have traditionally never been managed! #iwmw10 #p6 [10:55GMT]

squizuk: Loving Paul Boag's passion for his topic - viewing budget cuts as an opportunity to embrace positive change. #iwmw10 #p6 [10:55GMT]

iwmwlive: We have bloated websites: "someone might find it useful", "my content is too important to cut", "users might not understand" #iwmw10 #p6 [10:56GMT]

cgutteridge: RT @mlpoulter: Overall message of #iwmw10 so far is that these are bad times for dinosaurs. I *think* I'm a little mammal rather than a ... [10:56GMT]

RellyAB: The thing about commercial agencies is we don't get an annual budget, ever. We live and breathe by our ability to adapt each day. #iwmw10 [10:56GMT]

iwmwlive: People are too verbose when they are trying to convince people and fear removing content #iwmw10 #p6 [10:56GMT]

spellerlive: #iwmw10 #p6 Whose responsible for content removal? No one. [10:57GMT]

pete_gilbert: Change is good. Paul is right - simplify! #IWMW10 [10:57GMT]

andypowe11: "who, in your organisation, is responsible for *removing* content from the web?" #iwmw10 [10:57GMT]

rmanleyreeve: #iwmw10 #p6 "My content is too important to remove" lol [10:57GMT]

ostephens: "Who in your organisation is responsible for removing content from your websites?" gem from @boagworld #iwmw10 #p6 [10:57GMT]

danwiggle: Website bloat is a huge problem for us - the 'solution' to most problems is "more web pages please" #iwmw10 #6 [10:57GMT]

iwmwlive: There are often too many voices on a website, but no one is responsible for removing content #iwmw10 #p6 [10:57GMT]

webpackets: #iwmw10 #p6 Another addition to the 'to do list' - make someone responsible for removing content :) [10:57GMT]

andypowe11: "large organisations (like universities) have too many voices" #iwmw10 [10:57GMT]

darrenlanglands: HE websites have become huge and bloated. Time for colonic irrigation. #p6 #iwmw10 [10:57GMT]

andypowe11: "university websites are too big (typically) and not sustainable" #iwmw10 [10:58GMT]

PlanetClaire: It's like going back through time when you go through a Uni website!! #iwmw10 #p6 [10:58GMT]

dvdsmpsn: The problem with university websites: http://bit.ly/aJeEme #infographic #iwmw10 #p6 #toobig [10:58GMT]

mancypino: Large institutions don't have to have large websites. AMEN to that! #p6 #iwmw10 [10:59GMT]

iwmwlive: Paul Boag's related articles are at: http://ow.ly/2aFUn #iwmw10 #p6 #remote [10:59GMT]

j4: University website archaeology... 1997 is still online? In Oxford, *1897* is probably still online. o_O #iwmw10 #p6 [10:59GMT]

vogelbeere: great talk from Paul Boag #iwmw10 #p6 - simplify, simplify, simplify; remove old content; get rid of website bloat; no-one can find anything [10:59GMT]

iwmwlive: Large sites often have little quality control #iwmw10 #p6 [11:00GMT]

MikeNolan: RT @dvdsmpsn: The problem with university websites: http://bit.ly/aJeEme #infographic #iwmw10 #p6 #toobig [11:01GMT]

iwmwlive: There is no time for strategic thinking if you are constantly trying to maintain a huge, bloated site #iwmw10 #p6 [11:01GMT]

mariekeguy: #iwmw10 #p6 wondering how web preservation and broken links fits in here? [11:01GMT]

patrick_h_lauke: @ostephens @m1ke_ellis html5 not "xhtml-style" strict, but syntax more thoroughly defined. change scrapers to use html5 parsing #iwmw10 [11:01GMT]

iwmwlive: New Blog Post: Flash Mash: Owen Stephens http://bit.ly/9lrTWX #iwmw10 [11:01GMT]

mweller: last tweet was #iwmw10 http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/iwmw/live-stream.html [11:01GMT]

wolframkriesing: yeah yeah RT @scottbw: its all HTML5 and Mobile web apps this year at #iwmw10 (interleaved with cuts, cuts, cuts...) [11:01GMT]

andypowe11: "finding good content on university websites is like finding a needle in a haystack" #iwmw10 (needlecraft courses take note) [11:01GMT]

spellerlive: #iwmw10 #p6 Sites grow organically rather than strategically. [11:02GMT]

garethjms: Big part of content is REMOVING. We need to simplify! Paul Boag at #iwmw10 I very much agree. [11:02GMT]

JustAnotherMark: Watching the #HTML5 talk from this morning at #iwmw10 online (I wasn't getting up for 9am just to watch it live). Quite interesting so far. [11:02GMT]

iwmwlive: Less budget = a smaller website, so we have the ultimate excuse to change things #iwmw10 #p6 [11:02GMT]

darrenlanglands: "Less money means a smaller website" #p6 #iwmw10 [11:02GMT]

webpackets: #iwmw10 #p6 "you are drowning in day to day work" very true. For every new website you develop it's adding to your maintenance work. [11:02GMT]

andypowe11: "less budget == smaller website" #iwmw10 [11:02GMT]

adriant: Being buried in day-to-day work leaves no time for strategic thinking etc - Boag's right there! #iwmw10 #p6 [11:02GMT]

webpackets: RT @spellerlive: #iwmw10 #p6 Sites grow organically rather than strategically. [11:02GMT]

iwmwlive: 3 ways to simplify: exterminate (remove stuff), activate cloaking device (hide stuff), fire reduction ray (shrink stuff) #iwmw10 #p6 [11:03GMT]

pete_gilbert: Exterminate!!!! Content that is....#IWMW10 [11:03GMT]

iwmwlive: Stop looking at one another, look outside to the commercial sector for inspiration #iwmw10 #p6 [11:04GMT]

andypowe11: "if you can't delete it, hide it" - large uni websites are good for hiding stuff anyway #iwmw10 [11:04GMT]

MikeNolanLive: [email protected]'s law just applied in @boagworld's talk: http://bit.ly/9TjZgh << okay, not a BBC meeting. #iwmw10 #p6 [11:04GMT]

mancypino: Stop looking at one another - look at commercial websites. #p6 #iwmw10 [11:04GMT]

andypowe11: "look to the commercial sector for inspiration" #iwmw10 [11:04GMT]

becbury: [email protected] Thing abt commercial agencies: we don't get an annual budget, ever. We live& breathe by our ability to adapt each day. #iwmw10 [11:05GMT]

iwmwlive: To hide stuff, collapse things from the homepage after the first visit, or just completely orphan it! #iwmw10 #p6 [11:05GMT]

aethel: #iwmw10 #p6 "hide stuff" woo hoo! [11:06GMT]

iwmwlive: You can shrink things using a quick navigation bar at the bottom #iwmw10 #p6 [11:06GMT]

lyndabewley: I'm all for completely orphaning vanity content - most academics only want to share the link to their specific page anyway #iwmw10 [11:06GMT]

mlpoulter: Not persuaded by Paul Boag persuading us to break the web. #iwmw10 If search is crap, fix search. If content is archived, label it. [11:06GMT]

PlanetClaire: We are the gatekeepers to the view that the external world has about us. #iwmw10 #p6 [11:07GMT]

fuzzzycom: RT @cgutteridge: All ECS public infrastructure RDF is now in the public domain! http://bit.ly/9w4r7W Explore: http://bit.ly/b9Dwly #iwmw10 [11:07GMT]

williamslive: #iwmw10 people are happy to be orphaned form the main site if they get there own url [11:07GMT]

spellerlive: #iwmw10 #p6 play the HEI politics game by playing policy. [11:07GMT]

lborouniweb: Avoid politics, embrace policy #iwmw10 #p6 [11:07GMT]

iwmwlive: How do we deal with the politics? You play the game using policy, and set them up to be automatic #iwmw10 #p6 [11:08GMT]

iwmwlive: Policy 1: The link on the homepage that gets the fewest clicks will be automatically replaced by another link #iwmw10 #p6 [11:09GMT]

cgutteridge: Heh. Have a policy that the lowest clickcount link on the homepage gets replaced. Regularly. #iwmw10 [11:09GMT]

patrick_h_lauke: RT @ostephens: "Who in your organisation is responsible for removing content from your websites?" gem from @boagworld #iwmw10 #p6 [11:09GMT]

lborouniweb: Links on the homepage with the fewest clicks will be replaced #iwmw10 #p6 [11:09GMT]

iwmwlive: Policy 2: Pages that do not meet a minimum level of views and dwell time will be unpublished #iwmw10 #p6 [11:09GMT]

annindk: wld think you need strategy and curation, not technical tweaks - avoiding the issue? #iwmw10 #remote #p6 [11:10GMT]

iwmwlive: Make sure you discuss with the content provider how to improve the content of that page to make it more useful #iwmw10 #p6 [11:10GMT]

neilyc: Currently: 57 live streams watching #iwmw10 [11:10GMT]

cgutteridge: Policy 2: pages with very low traffic are "unpublished" until review: content provider looped in to make page better. #iwmw10 [11:10GMT]

webpackets: RT @iwmwlive: How do we deal with the politics? You play the game using policy, and set them up to be automatic #iwmw10 #p6 [11:10GMT]

GeoShore: RT @andypowe11: "who, in your organisation, is responsible for *removing* content from the web?" #iwmw10 [11:10GMT]

webpackets: RT @iwmwlive: Policy 1: The link on the homepage that gets the fewest clicks will be automatically replaced by another link #iwmw10 #p6 [11:10GMT]

webpackets: RT @iwmwlive: Policy 2: Pages that do not meet a minimum level of views and dwell time will be unpublished #iwmw10 #p6 [11:10GMT]

iwmwlive: Policy 3: Pages that are not regularly updated will be unpublished until reviewed #iwmw10 #p6 [11:10GMT]

PlanetClaire: Pages that are not regularly updated will be unpublished until reviewed. #iwmw10 #p6 [11:11GMT]

pete_gilbert: Exterminate, hide, shrink content. Reduce and simplify #IWMW10 [11:11GMT]

spellerlive: #iwmw10 #p6 Tried the unpublishing lark before - not quite as simple as he makes out. [11:11GMT]

lyndabewley: crazy egg is good for implementing policy 1 #iwmw10 [11:11GMT]

webpackets: RT @iwmwlive: Policy 3: Pages that are not regularly updated will be unpublished until reviewed #iwmw10 #p6 [11:11GMT]

dmchapman: liking the idea of taking old stuff offline. Struggle a bit with the "they just need to log into the CMS" bit though :-) #iwmw10 [11:12GMT]

cjheath: #iwmw10 your site may of killed my mac that or its telling me its lunchtime [11:12GMT]

iwmwlive: How to soften the blow: don't remove pages entirely, just remove from the navigation & search so you're no longer responsible #iwmw10 #p6 [11:12GMT]

rssidhu: loving paul's visuals #iwmw10 [11:12GMT]

RellyAB: @annindk sure, I'm all for that (obviously) but that takes the magic non-existent money for CS we keep being told isn't there #iwmw10 #p6 [11:12GMT]

iwmwlive: Implementing these 3 policies would dramatically reduce the size of your website #iwmw10 #p6 [11:13GMT]

webpackets: RT @iwmwlive: How to soften the blow: don't remove pages entirely, just remove from the navigation & search so you're no longer responsible #iwmw10 #p6 [11:13GMT]

patrick_h_lauke: RT @MikeNolanLive: #iwmw10 #p3 Nice subliminal slides from @patrick_h_lauke putting Opera logo at the centre of the slide. http://flic.k ... [11:14GMT]

iwmwlive: Behave more like an agency, requiring a brief, but also act like a venture capitalist when people ask to put up new content #iwmw10 #p6 [11:14GMT]

patrick_h_lauke: RT @spellerlive: #iwmw10 #p3 too much technology and hype - @patrick_h_lauke gets back to basics [11:14GMT]

MikeNolanLive: RT @lyndabewley: crazy egg is good for implementing policy 1 #iwmw10 <<< ClickHeat is a good basic but free alternative: http://bit.ly/GlCjj [11:14GMT]

vogelbeere: RT @MikeNolanLive: RT @lyndabewley: crazy egg is good for implementing policy 1 #iwmw10 <<< ClickHeat is a good basic but free ... [11:15GMT]

iwmwlive: If we push back against requests for new content & demand people show the RoI for that new content, we get more time #iwmw10 #p6 [11:15GMT]

ulcc: interesting thought! RT @PlanetClaire: Pages that are not regularly updated will be unpublished until reviewed. #iwmw10 #p6 [11:16GMT]

fstoner: interesting thought! RT @PlanetClaire: Pages that are not regularly updated will be unpublished until reviewed. #iwmw10 #p6 [11:16GMT]

whitemg: Paul Boag makes radical suggestions for slashing and burning out-of-date or underused web content. Very appealing. #iwmw10 [11:16GMT]

iwmwlive: Grand new projects often involve wastefully throwing out the previous work #iwmw10 #p6 [11:17GMT]

mariekeguy: #iwmw10 #p6 with all the cartoon visuals keep thinking @boagworld is the Gorillaz version of a speaker! [11:17GMT]

lyndabewley: we're watching a snail move across the screen. top visuals! #iwmw10 [11:18GMT]

patrick_h_lauke: danger of self-fulfilling prophecies re least-clicked link? don't think it's worthy, make small and almost hidden...then no clicks #iwmw10 [11:19GMT]

webpackets: #iwmw10 #p6 With large projects they all become reliant on each other, the cogs jam and the projects stall - yep see it all the time in IT [11:19GMT]

lyndabewley: is that Paul the psychic octopus #iwmw10 [11:19GMT]

iwmwlive: If you're watching online and you've got a question for Paul Boag, please msg @iwmwlive now and I will ask it for you #iwmw10 #p6 [11:20GMT]

miquelduran: Watching and listening to the #iwmw10 talk by Paul Boag [11:20GMT]

annindk: @RellyAB change the budget heads, call it something else?? subtle shift in emphasis #iwmw10 #remote #p6 [11:20GMT]

iwmwlive: Big redesigns are slow, upset users and mean you are only proud of your website for a short period of time #iwmw10 #p6 [11:20GMT]

miquelduran: I find the 3 policies on websites quite clever! Indded we should pay attention at clicking frequency, i.e.,, usefulness #iwmw10 [11:21GMT]

RellyAB: @patrick_h_lauke except it is often very easy to spot the links on HE home pages that NEED TO DIE #iwmw10 [11:21GMT]

timfernando: RT @spellerlive: #iwmw10 #p4 Mobile Oxford goes for quick wins - I vote for that! [11:21GMT]

iwmwlive: Boag recommends a more agile approach - with short burst, one-month sprints to redesign #iwmw10 #p6 [11:21GMT]

iwmwlive: Sprints should be focused on a tangible, measurable return at the end of the process #iwmw10 #p6 [11:22GMT]

webpackets: RT @iwmwlive: Boag recommends a more agile approach - with short burst, one-month sprints to redesign #iwmw10 #p6 [11:22GMT]

darrenlanglands: "Six months! Six months!" #boag #p6 #iwmw10 [11:22GMT]

RellyAB: @annindk over time? Yes. For the next 12 months, not gonna happen. I wish it would! #iwmw10 #p6 [11:23GMT]

patrick_h_lauke: @RellyAB sure, just saying paul's proposed automatic link triage is not as impartial and objective as it may first seem #iwmw10 [11:23GMT]

lyndabewley: agile approach can be supported by analytics pre- and post- improvements #iwmw10 [11:23GMT]

mlpoulter: Has #iwmw10 already forgotten previous keynote which encouraged cost-benefit thinking rather than bluntly counting page visits? [11:23GMT]

quelet: Watching and listening to the #iwmw10 talk by Paul Boag [11:23GMT]

quelet: I find the 3 policies on websites quite clever! Indded we should pay attention at clicking frequency, i.e.,, usefulness #iwmw10 [11:23GMT]

iwmwlive: This builds on good things, avoids 3yr massive cost, things move faster, users aren't overwhelmed, & it doesn't get out of date #iwmw10 #p6 [11:23GMT]

rssidhu: Surely the web agency should be bending over paul? #iwmw10 [11:24GMT]

adriant: It's very satisfying to have our approach of incremental development and change affirmed by the great PB! #iwmw10 #p6 [11:24GMT]

spellerlive: #iwmw10 #p6 Ongoing long term relationship = fees Yay ROI for Headscape [11:24GMT]

mariekeguy: RT @mlpoulter Has #iwmw10 already forgotten previous keynote which encouraged cost-benefit thinking rather than bluntly counting page visits [11:24GMT]

iwmwlive: A different perspective is really important - doesn't have to be an outside agency, swap with other institutions ad hoc #iwmw10 #p6 [11:24GMT]

andypowe11: @patrick_h_lauke i tend to agree - i don't think all academic website content is measurable simply by automated "popularity contest" #iwmw10 [11:25GMT]

lyndabewley: RT @adriant: It's very satisfying to have our approach of incremental development and change affirmed by the great PB! #iwmw10 #p6 [11:25GMT]

spellerlive: #iwmw10 #p6 The agency and the user testing are in the dark... [11:26GMT]

MikeNolanLive: I'd be up for swapping outside experts with another university... preferably some exotic far flung location :) #iwmw10 #p6 [11:27GMT]

andypowe11: last two #iwmw10 talks have been thought-provocking but both in danger of over-simplifying the complex nature of academic web content? [11:27GMT]

spellerlive: #iwmw10 Paul's great but my backside has reached it's limit. [11:27GMT]

djwilliams: @spellerlive #iwmw10 we could do a flashmob and all stand up for a minute [11:28GMT]

iwmwlive: Shrink your site, ditch the big projects, think strategically, have a monthly roadmap of where you're going #iwmw10 #p6 [11:28GMT]

logospotter: Enjoying boag talk whilst under cover at #iwmw10 #p6 [11:29GMT]

ostephens: @andypowe11 maybe - think speakers would argue that's in our heads? #iwmw10 [11:29GMT]

vogelbeere: RT @iwmwlive: Shrink your site, ditch the big projects, think strategically, have a monthly roadmap of where you're going #iwmw10 #p6 [11:29GMT]

sharonsteeples: #p6 Yet again we're being told to be agile, and dump the big projects. Slim down, focus & streamline. And if its broke...hide it! :) #iwmw10 [11:29GMT]

mhawksey: #iwmw10 #p6 #end [11:29GMT]

RellyAB: @andypowe11 academic content is not complex, sorry. People and their egos complicate it. #iwmw10 [11:29GMT]

TagItBot: There's a whole bunch of new QR tags out and about today - 25 more to find... #iwmw10 [11:30GMT]

iwmwlive: What is the key insight you will take away from Paul Boag's talk? Tell is now in one tweet using #iwmw10 and the session tag #p6 [11:30GMT]

vogelbeere: @spellerlive yeah me too, I had to keep stretching everything! #iwmw10 #p6 [11:30GMT]

sheilayoshikawa: #iwmw10 @andypowell11 yes shrinking site is all very well but even my Dept has a v. wide range of markets & activities to share [11:30GMT]

mweller: @mariekeguy yes i felt that - commercial terms no longer dirty words - plus they've been good speakers #iwmw10 [11:30GMT]

sharonsteeples: #p6 Another splendid, and enthusiastic talk. Thanks to Paul Boag. #iwmw10 #remote [11:31GMT]

DBailey635: #iwmw10 So much energy in the room after those last two talks. Nice one Paul! [11:31GMT]

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andypowe11: @RellyAB there is a lot of breadth - do same value measures apply to prospectus, a learning object, a research paper, research data? #iwmw10 [11:31GMT]

danwiggle: Brilliant stuff from @boagworld. Hope everyone back in the office was watching - spot the differences to our approach! #iwmw10 #p6 [11:32GMT]

chameleon_net: Rich's video interview with #iwmw10 on data vis - http://bit.ly/9zlEUC [11:32GMT]

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hle: #iwmw10 #6 agree completely with agile methodology. There is too much time and wastage in redesigning websites biannually. [11:33GMT]

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