Posts Tagged: adrielhampton

Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

Cross-posted from Wired to Share In case you missed my excessive tweets and Facebook posts over the past few days, it’s now public that I’m leaving City of San Francisco to join Jim Gilliam and Jesse Haff’s 3dna, the company behind Act.ly and NationBuilder. I will be the “chief organizer” for NationBuilder, evangelizing the tool,… Read more »

A Few Gov 2.0 Thoughts As We Greet 2011

I’m not big on resolutions, roundups and predictions, but I have been tweeting a bit about Gov 2.0 in 2011 and a great back and forth today with our movement’s scribe, Alex Howard, teased out a few of my thoughts in greater detail. My reflections for 2011 are more of a sentiment than any concrete… Read more »

Gov IT professionals weigh in on ‘Gov 2.0’; B.C. Apps Contest Harnesses Civic Passion

Adriel Hampton interviews Christina Morrison, HP’s public sector marketing manager, about a new survey of 103 local, state and federal senior IT professionals discussing Gov 2.0 adoption. Also, Adriel talks with Luke Closs, co-creator of the civic app VanTrash, about open data and apps contests.