[wdmmg-discuss] Plugging the deficit now on guardian datablog
kathryn.corrick at googlemail.com
Mon Jun 21 18:19:51 BST 2010
Was just writing "Cool" when you emailed Jonathan.
Will definitely tweet out there.
Should add to the WDMMG/OKFN blog. Just need to know if this is something
just on the Guardian site or also on our own site.
If blog post then explanation as follows, if it's got too much of an
editorial slant then just shout:
Headline: Can you close the deficit gap?
Body: Where Does Your Money Go challenges you to beat the Chancellor to it
before tomorrow's budget and close the UK's financial deficit. Will you
increase taxes, make cuts or a mix of both? No decision is going to be
popular but are some more palatable than others, you decide.
Links to FAQs and further information from Tim Hubbard.
Noted re. comments Roger.
If press release... then would need time to think.
Also, I'm presuming this isn't the graphic that David has been working on
PS. I'm having probs with the list as it doesn't like the email addresses I
Kathryn Corrick - Digital Media Consultant
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On Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 6:05 PM, Jonathan Gray <jonathan.gray at okfn.org>wrote:
> Wow -- this is great! We should definitely blog this!
> Lisa, Kathryn: would either of you have time to put together a brief
> paragraph or so giving a bit of context?
> On Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 6:19 PM, Rufus Pollock <rufus.pollock at okfn.org>
> > Courtesy of Simon Rogers our "plugging the deficit" graphic is now on
> > the Guardian datablog:
> > <
> > Rufus
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