In a recent post at ReadWriteWeb.com, Mark Drapeau have a point: Tools as govloop are on the roots of the rise of Goverati.
I’m not sure, but I think that this name is made by the contraction of Government and Technorati. And I thought that the first who study and put a name of that kind of social collaboration was Dan Tapscott in there Wikinomics. For that, I thought that could be better to tell them wikigovs.
Wikigov = Openness, Peering, Sharing, and Acting Globally…
Maybe the last one was the most difficult to demonstrate, but there are canadian, british, australian and catalans civil servants sharing and peering on that Network. Then, this tools are promoting the global action, too.
What’s best or it’s not the same idea?