Change is afoot at WorldBank.org, and we want you to know about what we're up to and help guide our thinking.
We here at the World Bank Web Program Office have created Inside the Web as a way to share a few of our thoughts and ideas when it comes to the way the World Bank is using the web and how it can go forward. On this blog, you'll find updates on the research and work we're doing, links to articles and posts we're reading, and commentary on the web and the role it plays in international development.
We're also looking for your feedback.
Please feel free to tell us if you agree, disagree or can provide more insight on some of the things we post about. Got answers to the questions we'll be asking? Leave us a comment and help guide our thinking on the web. Your feedback will be read — that's a promise I can make.
The comments on this site are moderated for now (more on that in a future post) but that's just to watch out for spam and trolling: we will post any comments that help further the discussion on all issues we discuss here, whether they agree with us or not.
I'm looking forward to hearing from you — hopefully we'll be able to provide some value to you as well. Let us know if you have any topics you feel we should address or any issues that you think we may be leaving out.
Change is afoot. Thanks for being a part of it.