If you’re using Twitter, you’ve probably already been exposed to Paper.li, the site that allows anyone to create daily Twitter newspaper based on lists of Twitter members. It’s a very nice tool, and one we’re now using in the City Attorney’s Office to create a daily update from links and photos shared by more than three dozen San Francisco officials and agencies we follow.
The daily “paper” provides a quick overview of all the stories shares by SF gov, from news stories to official press releases. Today’s edition, for example, has stories on the San Bruno fire and ultra-high-speed Internet, news of initiatives and field work by Mayor Gavin Newsom and State Sen. Mark Leno, photos from Department of Works official Mohammed Nuru, and a contest and a survey from the Public Utilities Commission.
You can check out the SF Officials Daily here, and let us know if your city has one – we’d love to check it out.