Driving cars can be fun. The personal freedom, the wind in your hair and the stereo switched up to 11 while singing to Gary Numan.
No doubt that in years to come – probably with family and friends over a small glass of wine – someone will ask “Where were you when Gordon Brown left Number 10?”
Going forward into cash-strapped times, there will be increasing pressure to deliver better public services for less.
If people remain marginalised from online conversations and forums, they remain as excluded from the decisions that affect their lives as ever before.
Groups and individuals can spread their ideas and information more widely using video sharing.
Social media allows people to create and disseminate their messages in their own way and on their own terms.
The web today can offer enormous possibility for supporting citizen-led action on social and environmental issues.
Or: How do you find the low-hanging fruit in an invisible orchard?
Industrial policy is and always has been at heart about increasing the quantity and quality of investment in products and services for the future.
Next Gen, the independent review of the skills needs of the video games and VFX industries led by Ian Livingstone and Alex Hope, and produced with NESTA, made a total of 20 recommendations for government, industry and educators.
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