Posts Tagged: g2r

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 31, 2010

The power of the commons: Don Reisinger: NASA brings historical photos to Flickr Commons Alex Howard: Collaborative innovation in open gov’t – is there an app for that? Jennifer Van Grove: How CEOs Will Use Social Media in the Future Stan Czerwinski: GAO must plan for future of local governments Christine Pierpoint: The Gov 2.0Read… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 30, 2010

Start your Monday off knowing more: Cory Doctrow: 10 Rules for Radicals: Lessons from rogue archivist Carl Malamud (video) Conrad Quilty-Harper: 10 ways data is changing how we live Alex Howard: Open Government in California – Connecting Citizens to eServices with Social Media and On Language – Putting Government 2.0 in Context Andrea DiMaio: O’Reilly,Read… Read more »

Podcast: Crowdsourcing in Gov’t and the Enterprise, with Matt Greeley of BrightIdea

Listen to internet radio with Gov20Radio on Blog Talk Radio A conversation with Matt Greeley: BrightIdea has powered innovation campaign for the government of Ireland, City of San Francisco, and has a new contract with the U.S. State Department. It’s also the platform behind the $200 million GE “Ecomagination Challenge. We talk with company co-founderRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 29, 2010

Keep taking those steps forward: John Foley: A Disconnect in Federal IT Strategy Andrew Wilson: Getting Serious About Bringing Together Social Media Research and Practice Beth Lovett: Chris Vein, San Francisco’s CIO, on sf.govfresh COAT: Report Finds Five State Benefits’ Web Sites Inaccessible to People with Disabilities Alex Howard: Tracking the signal of emerging technologiesRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 28, 2010

Yes, I want you to think about this stuff during the weekend: Marshall Kirkpatrick: Why Aren’t More People Excited About Government Data Stories? Gadi Ben-Yehuda: Can You Hear Me Now? Allan Holmes: Turning on to Social Networking Wayne Moses Burke: OpenGov End Goals Alex Howard: Applying the lessons of Enterprise 2.0 to Government 2.0 DannielleRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 27, 2010

Exponential growth: Max Cacas: Feds flock to web app to create short links Alex Howard: How can government adapt to exponential technological change? Ingrid Koehler: 100 examples of social media and open data in localgov Lewis Shepherd: Free Tools for the New Scientific Revolution Jason Magder: Group calls on Montreal to join open data movementRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 26, 2010

‘The future is already here – it’s just not very evenly distributed.’ Chris Bennett: QR Codes for Crisis ResponseDavid Eaves: Creating effective open government portalsJohn Hermann: How Blind People See the InternetGautham Nagesh: O’Reilly – Government needs to close the feedback loopAllan Holmes: What’re Cyber Workers’ Salaries (call for survey responses)Richard Gray: Intel Developing ComputersRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 24, 2010

The data, it connects us: David McCandless: The Beauty of Data Visualization Austin Carr: Candidates Turn to YouTube for Geo-Specific Ad Campaigns for Mid-term Elections Sean Reilly: Future of rule making – Pilot project aims to increase public participation Andrew Wilson: Envisioning a More Social Future for Public Health Amelia Chen: Twitter is Buzziest inRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 23, 2010

Links to get those ideas flowing:Bill Brantley: Does Gov 2.0 Lead to Improved Government? Proving the CaseAlex Howard: Tracking the tech that will make government betterJoel Rubin: Stopping crime before it startsOhMyGov!: Social Media Myths – 5 Roadblocks to DiscoveryLovisa Williams: Everyone is a Public Affairs OfficerGov 2.0 Radio: Podcast – Ideation and Innovation withRead… Read more »