This page will allow you to download the CommunityMap client software, which uses information from your Twitter feed to visualise categories of tweets and people to give an idea of community membership.
It doesn't yet though - I just needed to have a page to point to for the Twitter OAuth registration
Please can you tell me how much money was spent by your department on the Opera report mentioned in your press release http://www.communities.gov.uk/news/corporate/1925280
Furthermore, can you please let me know how much of this cost the department has identified as having been wasted by reviewing the claims the Opera report makes in light of Ben Goldacre's expose of it's inadequacies (http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/jun/24/bad-science-local-go...)?
Just a brief mention of my colleague, Karsten Oster Lundqvist's tutorial on Android game development, which he runs as a workshop for our undergraduates (and others!). He has an online version on his blog (http://oster-lundqvist.com/karsten/?p=4886)
It is in a nice conversational style, with plenty of screen shots and working copies of code should you run in to difficulties. The only thing missing for a java-numpty like me is how to get Eclipse to run reliably. I know it works for a lot of people, but I also know quite a few who suffer the same woes with it as I do... ;-)
I see a lot of people saying that Prensky's concept of Digital Natives (http://www.marcprensky.com/writing/prensky%20-%20digital%20natives,%20di...) is flawed because e.g. you can't differentiate by generation, that not all young people are a whiz with technology, or that brain structures have not been modified by experience with technology.