The power of Facebook to the politician plus Ken Livingstone impersonators and other issues
Don't blame the internet for bringing social ills to our attention.
If politicians really want interactivity, then they'll have to do more than just 'connect' with vote
Bill Thompson is concerned about online public services in a web 2.0 world
The BBC plan to use software that works only with Windows is anti-competitive.
Gordon Brown's "national debate" will work only if he ditches top-down technology
You think you're in control, but with so many friends, it's hard to stay private, warns Becky Hogge
David Cameron has a lot of answer for. His WebCameron site created a stir when he started posting up YouTube style videos.
London's newest dotcom millionaires were spurred on by their love of music