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What do you think of Stuxnet - the world's first open source weapon

Started Sep 16, 2011 0 Replies

Watch this video. Warning, you may want to put on your tinfoil hat. Stuxnet: Anatomy of a Computer Virus [http://youtu.be/scNkLWV7jSw] Then, I'd like to know…Continue

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Interview with Raleigh CIO Gail Roper: The future is open

The future for Raleigh, NC as an open global city is very promising. There is a strong, participatory culture that is both leading and adding value to the open source, open government, and open data movements happening across the globe. The elected officials and city staff in Raleigh, particularly the IT staff, are committed to open…See More
Nov 4, 2013
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Interview with Raleigh CIO Gail Roper: The future is open

The future for Raleigh, NC as an open global city is very promising. There is a strong, participatory culture that is both leading and adding value to the open source, open government, and open data movements happening across the globe. The elected officials and city staff in Raleigh, particularly the IT staff, are committed to open…See More
Oct 31, 2013
Jason Hibbets commented on JOHN SCOTT's group 'Open Source Software in Government'
"I recently posted an interview with the City of Raleigh CIO, Gail Roper, thought some of you might be into it: http://opensource.com/government/13/10/future-open-source-city Jason"
Oct 11, 2013
Jason Hibbets commented on JOHN SCOTT's group 'Open Source Software in Government'
"There is a new open source conference coming to Raleigh, NC in case anyone wants to check it out: http://www.allthingsopen.org/ Jason"
Oct 11, 2013
Brian Dowling liked Jason Hibbets's blog post 'Is the citizen CIO taking over government IT?'
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Andrew Krzmarzick commented on Jason Hibbets's blog post 'Is the citizen CIO taking over government IT?'
"We're hosting a MeetUp in Durham on August 20 to see who among our local innovators wants to be a "Citizen CIO." The cool thing: the real CIOs from Durham City and County will be there, open to the process of collaborative partnership…"
Aug 8, 2013
Bill Brantley commented on Jason Hibbets's blog post 'Is the citizen CIO taking over government IT?'
"This is timely as I often challenged my students in Political Communication that you will see the rise of the citizen civil servant in the future. They told me this was impossible back when I first suggested it in 2008."
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A blog post by Jason Hibbets was featured

Is the citizen CIO taking over government IT?

Are citizen CIOs a threat to local governments or a blessing in disguise? With government IT departments producing more open data and participation from community interest groups and citizens on the rise, we’re beginning to see the start of a new movement within open government: telling our government which technologies to deploy. Citizens are identifying—and some are creating themselves—the next wave of applications and resources for their municipalities, such as a crowdsourced answering…See More
Aug 6, 2013
Jason Hibbets posted a blog post

Is the citizen CIO taking over government IT?

Are citizen CIOs a threat to local governments or a blessing in disguise? With government IT departments producing more open data and participation from community interest groups and citizens on the rise, we’re beginning to see the start of a new movement within open government: telling our government which technologies to deploy. Citizens are identifying—and some are creating themselves—the next wave of applications and resources for their municipalities, such as a crowdsourced answering…See More
Aug 6, 2013
Ramona Winkelbauer liked Jason Hibbets's blog post 'Five characteristics of an open source city'
Jun 28, 2013
Andrew Krzmarzick commented on Jason Hibbets's blog post 'Five characteristics of an open source city'
"Thanks for the Guide mention, Jason! Raleigh's leapt to the front of the pack when it comes to open source cities....but Durham's not far behind (or far away ;-)! "
Jun 28, 2013

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Interview with Raleigh CIO Gail Roper: The future is open

Posted on October 31, 2013 at 8:00am 0 Comments

The future for Raleigh, NC as an open global city is very promising. There is a strong, participatory culture that is both leading and adding value to the open source, open government, and open data movements happening across the globe. The elected officials and city staff in Raleigh, particularly the IT staff, are committed to…

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Is the citizen CIO taking over government IT?

Posted on August 6, 2013 at 2:00pm 2 Comments

Are citizen CIOs a threat to local governments or a blessing in disguise? With government IT departments producing more open data and participation from community interest groups and citizens on the rise, we’re beginning to see the start of a new movement within open government: telling our government which technologies to deploy. Citizens are identifying—and some are creating themselves—the next wave of applications and resources for their municipalities, such as a crowdsourced answering…

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Five characteristics of an open source city

Posted on June 26, 2013 at 7:00am 1 Comment

How can you apply the concepts of open source to a living, breathing city? An open source city is a blend of open culture, open government policies, and economic development.

I derived these characteristics based on my experiences and while writing my book,…

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Interview with Raleigh Open Data Program Manager Jason Hare

Posted on May 23, 2013 at 9:00am 1 Comment

One of the keys to a successful open data portal is to make it useful for the end user. Citizens and developers should be able to understand data sets without needing a PhD. I've been following the progress of Raleigh, North Carolina's open data initiative, which…

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