Posts By Stephanie R. Hurter

Civil Society 2.0 in DC

As promised, Department of State is hosting a conference on Civil Society 2.0 in November… see announcement below and save the date! –an earthquake in Haiti –African fishermen needing cash for their catch –disrupted elections in Iran –overseas families in need of support In all these difficult circumstances, technology has made a dramatic difference inRead… Read more »

The Maddening Crowd

A previous colleague at George Mason University’s Center for History and New Media just participated in the Chronicle of Higher Education’s 10-year review. He (along with others) were asked to answer the question: What will be the defining idea of the coming decade, and why? His answer ‘The Maddening Crowd’ raises many interesting points aboutRead… Read more »

Women in Tech

@digiphile has written a great article on why women in technology is important to the field. Read and support the women in tech in your world.

[email protected]

I am new to govloop and excited about the possibilities for cross-pollination here. One initiative that I want to alert other gov technologists to is [email protected] This effort is sponsored by the Department of State’s Office of eDiplomacy. eDiplomacy exists to help wed technology innovations with U.S. diplomatic efforts. One of the ways we areRead… Read more »