Posts Tagged: conference

The Commission’s Conferencing Center

The Commission’s Conferencing Center (CCC) has a total of 5 rooms. Facing the CCC, the one to the furthest on the right is called the Commission Meeting Room. It’s where the Chair and Commissioners meet to engage in what’s called official “Commission Meetings”; and it’s mostly full of huge furniture that comprise a seating/podium areaRead… Read more »

MassDOT Developer Conference and Challenge – November 14, 2009

This July, the Massachusetts Executive Office of Transportation launched the EOT Developers Page BETA. The EOT Developers page at http://www.mass.gov/eot/developers hosts multi-modal transportation data made available for smart, innovative software developers to build applications that benefit transportation users, travelers, and riders. EOT has engaged these developers, holding developers’ meetings and engaging the community through TwitterRead… Read more »

Englewood, CO hosts a regional training conference, Oct. 26 – 29

The City of Englewood is excited to host a 4-day learning and networking event for public sector employees in the Denver metro region. Check out this line-up: Keynote speakers include: Debra Fine, author of “The Fine Art of Small Talk” and “The Fine Art of the Big Talk” Craig Zablocki, motivational speaker, author and humoristRead… Read more »

The Week of Gov 2.0 – Longing for More

This post originally appeared on my external blog, “Social Media Strategery.” We’ve already had the Summer of Gov, but September 7-11 was the Week of Gov. With the Gov 2.0 Expo Showcase on Tuesday and the Gov 2.0 Summit on Wednesday and Thursday, plus a multitude of happy hours and networking receptions, I was immersedRead… Read more »

Sweet Gov Conference Tweets – Transparency Camp West #tcamp09

Transparency Camp West was held from Aug. 8-9, 2009, on the Google Campus in Mountain View, Calif. After working with Andrew Krzmarzick on the OGI Tweetbook, I wanted to try to compile the Tweets from this conference in a similar manner. Unfortunately I bought a house and moved in the middle of all that whichRead… Read more »

Rural Telehealth & Advanced Technologies Conference

(The full text of this excerpted blog post appears on Mike Russell’s blog at: blog.planetrussell.net) As the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania heads into the 60th day of its marathon state budget impasse, that’s no deterrent to some of the best and brightest minds in healthcare technology, military medicine, rural development and public policy. They’ll be convergingRead… Read more »

Few-Day 3

Day 3 started at eighth in the morning. I was not quite sure that it would be worth waking up for but I did it anyway. I arrived at the conference at 7:57 for my 8:00 class still clasping my coffee and half awake. I took a seat in the front to help insure thatRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Practical Guide Principle #10 – Status Updates #OGI

The final principle from the new practical guide to Gov 2.0 is status updates. Consumer social networking has driven the status update phenomenon, with most services including function so we can see what our friends, family, coworkers and other associates are up to. While it may seem that the status update is too frivolous orRead… Read more »