Bits of adventures, mishaps and misgivings of Grace McDunnough wandering the maps of social architecture and winding virtual world trails.

The views expressed on this blog are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of my employer.

I write about virtual worlds

I'm a virtual minstrel ..

..and a storyteller.

I create immersive experiences ..

I believe in gratitude (try it)

I capture moments

I tweet, therefore I am

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A digital transaction is generally 20 times cheaper than one by phone, 30 times cheaper than a postal transaction and 50 times cheaper than a face-to-face transaction, the Cabinet Office estimates. Yet only half of all government services are available online, which creates plenty of scope to reap savings. Switching to digital transactions could save £1.8 billion ($2.9 billion) a year By The cyber state: Efficiency by transparency | The Economist (via interestingsnippets)