The above interview with Pete Cranston was taken during the Web 2.0 for agriculture conference at the FAO in Rome back in September 2007 (see posting on this blog of 04/10/2007). He briefly summarizes the strenghts of Web 2.0 tools: the use of tags, newsfeeds, blogs, wikis and mash-up.
Pete Cranston is OneWorld UK’s Open Knowledge Network (OKN) advisor and fundraiser. He’s also helping to build up Peer Learning sessions as a regular partner service. Before this Pete was the Network & Operations Director for OneWorld International Ltd for four years. He managed promotional, partnership and content management functions, supported the growing network of OneWorld Centres and led the team developing the OKN.
Pete is an experienced facilitator and trainer, and has provided strategic and operational IS&T (Information Services and Technology) and ICT (Information Communication and Technology) advice and consultancy services over the past five years to a range of organisations including the Sustainable Development Commission and the Global Knowledge Partnership
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