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Thinking About Libraries, the Original Civic Platform

Libraries have always been dear to me. When I was growing up, the Carnegie-built library in my hometown was my sister’s and my favorite place to swing by during the summer — and not just for the books, mind you. They hosted wonderful youth engagement activities: volunteer opportunities, educational classes, and they even had a rental program for outdoor gear. (Indeed, it was a library that gave me my first fishing experience; the library, and well, the pond and its unlucky fish behind my…See More
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Thinking About Libraries, the Original Civic Platform

Libraries have always been dear to me. When I was growing up, the Carnegie-built library in my hometown was my sister’s and my favorite place to swing by during the summer — and not just for the books, mind you. They hosted wonderful youth engagement activities: volunteer opportunities, educational classes, and they even had a rental program for outdoor gear. (Indeed, it was a library that gave me my first fishing experience; the library, and well, the pond and its unlucky fish behind my…See More
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Open Data as a Means with Many Ends

A friend sent me a note the other day, in response to a previous post, pushing back on the topic of open data, and asking some good questions about its impact and usage; in particular one bit stood out:The trend line certainly seems towards having open, machine readable data as the default in the next few years. The focus is often put on creating some sort of mega-dashboard (or suite of slick app dashboards) to make meaning out of that un-analyzed data. Yet if I wanted to tackle those sorts of…See More
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Open Data as a Means with Many Ends

A friend sent me a note the other day, in response to a previous post, pushing back on the topic of open data, and asking some good questions about its impact and usage; in particular one bit stood out:The trend line certainly seems towards having open, machine readable data as the default in the next few years. The focus is often put on creating some sort of mega-dashboard (or suite of slick app dashboards) to make meaning out of that un-analyzed data. Yet if I wanted to tackle those sorts of…See More
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The Power of Networks: On Joining GovDelivery & GovLoop as Civic Innovator-in-Residence

As a student of civic technology for some years now, it’s rare that I come across numbers that stun me. I’ve grown accustomed to typical facts and figures echoed by players in the space: X engaged users, Y partner governments. Typically, you’ll see some breakouts but, like many things, most fall somewhere in the middle.That’s why I was floored the first time I sat down with Scott Burns and Steve Ressler of GovDelivery and…See More
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The Power of Networks: On Joining GovDelivery & GovLoop as Civic Innovator-in-Residence

As a student of civic technology for some years now, it’s rare that I come across numbers that stun me. I’ve grown accustomed to typical facts and figures echoed by players in the space: X engaged users, Y partner governments. Typically, you’ll see some breakouts but, like many things, most fall somewhere in the middle.That’s why I was floored the first time I sat down with Scott Burns and Steve Ressler of GovDelivery and…See More
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California’s Prop 42 & the challenge and opportunity for delivering on citizen demands

Civic software-as-a-service can make what seems like a new burden for cities an opportunity to collaborateYesterday, citizens in the state of California amended their constitution to make it more open and transparent:Voters approved Tuesday a measure to give greater protection to California’s open meeting and public records laws by putting them in the state Constitution.As described by the …See More
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California’s Prop 42 & the challenge and opportunity for delivering on citizen demands

Civic software-as-a-service can make what seems like a new burden for cities an opportunity to collaborateYesterday, citizens in the state of California amended their constitution to make it more open and transparent:Voters approved Tuesday a measure to give greater protection to California’s open meeting and public records laws by putting them in the state Constitution.As described by the …See More
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Thinking About Libraries, the Original Civic Platform

Posted on July 2, 2014 at 8:50am 1 Comment

Libraries have always been dear to me. When I was growing up, the Carnegie-built library in my hometown was my sister’s and my favorite place to swing by during the summer — and not just for the books, mind you. They hosted wonderful youth engagement activities: volunteer opportunities, educational classes, and they even had a rental program for outdoor gear. (Indeed, it was a library that gave me my first fishing experience; the library, and well, the pond…

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Open Data as a Means with Many Ends

Posted on June 17, 2014 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

A friend sent me a note the other day, in response to a previous post, pushing back on the topic of open data, and asking some good questions about its impact and usage; in particular one bit stood out:

The trend line certainly seems towards having open, machine readable data as the default in the next few years. The focus is often put on creating some sort of mega-dashboard (or suite of slick app dashboards) to make meaning out of that un-analyzed data. Yet if I wanted to…

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The Power of Networks: On Joining GovDelivery & GovLoop as Civic Innovator-in-Residence

Posted on June 16, 2014 at 3:56pm 0 Comments

As a student of civic technology for some years now, it’s rare that I come across numbers that stun me. I’ve grown accustomed to typical facts and figures echoed by players in the space: X engaged users, Y partner governments. Typically, you’ll see some breakouts but, like many things, most fall somewhere in the middle.

That’s why I was floored the first time I sat down with Scott Burns and Steve Ressler of GovDelivery and…

Continue

California’s Prop 42 & the challenge and opportunity for delivering on citizen demands

Posted on June 4, 2014 at 3:36pm 0 Comments

Civic software-as-a-service can make what seems like a new burden for cities an opportunity to collaborate

Yesterday, citizens in the state of California amended their constitution to make it more open and transparent:

Voters approved Tuesday a measure to give greater protection to California’s open meeting and public records laws by putting them in the state Constitution.

As described…

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