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It would have been nice if we could have used the exact title of A.A. Milne's book of children’s verse, Now We Are Six, but this is a big enough announcement (six is more of a number for another year’s time) as it is. The first...

I'm pleased to announce that acidlabs Studios is now a part of the Australian Digital Marketplace, and available to work with government at any level in three categories: change, training and transformation marketing, communications, and engagement, and user research and design This is a big deal...

Shouldn't we see this as an opportunity not a problem? Where are the people in the business community calling for dramatic and revolutionary innovation in the energy sector?...

Thierry De Baillon involved us in his project as one of his 20 Thinkers; folk who have strong views on collaborative enterprise and a great deal of experience working in or envisioning what such an organisation might look and behave like. We're in illustrious company....

As a part of the research work I'm doing for my book, I'm reading radical economist, Umair Haque's, The New Capitalist Manifesto. In it, Haque posits a set of Laws for the 21st Century business and describes something that, though referred to in the book, is...

It's taken several months from inception to release, and it's undergone a number of changes and additions since I last saw it, but a project acidlabs contributed to for AGIMO several months ago - The Government 2.0 Primer - has finally been released. And with...

This item was written for Government Technology Review and will be published in the December 2010 edition. There’s an uncomfortable feeling in the open government world at the moment. Many of us, keen to see the agencies we work for and with embrace a more open way...

SmartCompany and noted Australian business journalist, Brad Howarth, have included acidlabs in their list of Australia’s 25 top business blogs. That's quite the call, and we're especially proud of being included. Whether we're working with clients, writing about our views, delivering conference talks or organising events like...