Rob Pinkerton of Adobe on Fed News Radio with Francis Rose yesterday said the challenge for Open Government when it comes to accessing information is, Can citizens find it, can they trust it, and can they use it. Do you agree? “>
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Aneesh Chopra, White House CTO, gave the keynote this morning. While the event was not captured on video, I did bring my FlipCam, got some b-roll, and talked to Adobe’s Rob Pinkerton (the main sponsor) about Aneesh’s remarks. Check it out here.
Wrote a blog post this morning about a talk I gave yesterday, the subject matter being that open government – transparency, collaboration, and participation – is controlled by CIO’s and CTO’s. Why? Perhaps open government and the OGD and its solutions are too tech-reliant (what I term, Dangerously Digital). Where’s the human side of theRead… Read more »
Everyone knows that developing a government website can be a challenge. One of the most common development concerns is Section 508 compliance. However, while Section 508 compliance is important, it should not be a developer’s only concern when testing a website. One area of web development that I find so often overlooked by government developersRead… Read more »
Cross posted from JustAGovy So here’s a completely random thought. I happening to catch an article about the new message Adobe presents on it’s site when you visit it from an iPhone. Yes, seems Adobe is a bit ticked off at Apple…still. But what if there’s a good reason Apple isn’t moving on the additionRead… Read more »