More on the party’s technology plans: Lynne Featherstone interviewed

Lynne Featherstone has been interviewed by the Wardman Wire blog on the party’s plans for a new Technology Board, answering the questions:

1) What is the Technology Board for the Party for, and what is your remit as its Chair?

2) The Liberal Democratic Party is a federation of organisations. How does the Technology Board fit in locally and regionally?

3) How does your role compare to that played by Mark Pack?

4) What do you think needs to be done differently in the UK to Obama’s online campaign, and (briefly) why?

5) Would you list 3 specific things you would like to achieve during 2009 in this new role?

The interview is here.

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2 Comments

  • Martin Land 19th Jan '09 - 8:37pm

    Mmm. A more pertinant set of questions might have been: Who is on it? Who appointed them? Who do they report to?

    In other words is it made up of people who are going to push boundaries or just the usual ‘groupthinkers’?

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