RI’s Web 2.0 site is pretty cool from a Web 2.0 point of view. What do you think?
I’ve got a long post on the meaning of Obama’s acting appointments at management agencies up at FedBlog today. Here’s the first half: Why the Acting Appointments Matter By Alyssa Rosenberg | Monday, January 26, 2009 | 12:19 PM I’ve had a number of people ask why we’ve been so focused on President Obama’s decisionRead… Read more »
Vivek Kundra, the DC CTO, and I are writing, a book Democratizing Data, (i.e. “Democratizing data makes it automatically available to those who need it when and where they need it based on their roles and responsibilities, in forms they can use, and with the freedom to use it as they choose — while simultaneouslyRead… Read more »
Good Monday morning govloop members! Stocks were mixed on Friday as the Dow lost ground, along with the international stocks, while the S&P 500 and small caps each gained about a half of a percent. With a week to go in the first month of 2009, only the G-fund is in green territory in January.Read… Read more »
What is a blog, and how does it fit into Web/Gov 2.0? Because with the most basic use of the technology, a blog isn’t much different at all from a traditional Web site, and those have been around for a long, long time (OK, if that offends, the fact you’re reading shows you’re young atRead… Read more »
Imaging the following scenario below being kept in a a file, in a basement, in a library forever, never seeing the light of day. Possibly of use to many, but untouchable to almost everyone. Would you keep it in that format as you have it? Keep it buried in a basement or an archive? Or,Read… Read more »
Looks like this site is really opening up to a lot of good people. Hoping to update it more soon.
I didn’t quite realise the difference between NZ and the US until I joined the Working Parent group here on Govloop. There is a lot of discussion about school camps, creches, schools etc. I hope they realise how lucky they are to have things like a creche (if there is one where they work)! IRead… Read more »
Please take a moment and watch this brief video. It is compelling and extraordinary. http://www.maniacworld.com/are-you-going-to-finish-strong.html
When doling out some part of the 1 trillion dollar economic stimulus package in 2009, perhaps President Obama and his leadership team could think a little more broadly about enabling local government and education to take advantage of new Web 2.0 technologies to support true fundamental change in the way that citizens communicate with government.Read… Read more »