Up with participation and collaboration: Wayne Moses Burke: Transparency is Dead. Long Live Transparency. Gadi Ben-Yehuda: Becoming Citizen 2.0 – Step 2, Creator David Eaves: Collaborate – ‘Governments Don’t Do That’ Alex Howard: Federal CTO Makes the Case for Open Government and Innovation and ‘Participation Partition’ the Newest Facet of the Digital Divide, Warns GruenRead… Read more »
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Just cool, not just cool tech: Noel Dickover: What is Civil Society 2.0? Andrea DiMaio: Social Media and How to Get Rid of Government Portals (and Vendors) Adriel Hampton: An Avatar Picture Worth 1,000 Friends Alex Howard: Tracking the signals of the Gov 2.0 alpha geeks John Moore: For Gov 2.0, tech is the enabler,Read… Read more »
In which we look at gaming, mobile and democracy: Niraj Chokshi: Book Exceprt – Can Video Games be Journalism? Dan Gould: Study – Video Games Can Improve Decision Making Lovisa Williams: The Elephant of Change Susannah Fox: The Power of Mobile Greg Ferenstein: How Brazil is Blazing a Trail for Electronic Democracy Alex Howard: We’reRead… Read more »
Growing up and growing out: Rutrell Yasin: 5 ways to use social media for better emergency response Leonard Sipes and Timothy Barnes: Three Years of Social Media – Marketing Lessons Learned Andrea DiMaio: Ohio Governor Shows IT Geopolitics in Action David Eaves: Savings Cities Millions – Introducing CivicCommons.com Kevin Curry: Why Manor? SFGov: Mayor NewsomRead… Read more »
We discuss the upcoming manor.govfresh conference, and how emerging technologies are empowering first responders.
Enough podcasts to get you to lunchtime, plus more unconventional wisdom: Andrea DiMaio: What Do Government 2.0 and Cloud Have in Common? Andrew McAfee: Gov 2.0 vs. the Beast of Bureaucracy Adriel Hampton: On Twitter, Engagement Equals Influence for Gov’t Accounts Alex Showerman: Social Media Is For Complainers (But Should Not Be) David Tallen: QualityRead… Read more »
Join a conversation with career counselor Heather Krasna about her new book, “Jobs That Matter – Find a Stable, Fulfilling Career in Public Service.” Heather talks about finding the right job for the public good, the process of writing her first book, and how she uses social networks such as GovLoop, LinkedIn and Twitter.
It’s your open gov weekend: Walton Smith: For big Gov 2.0 changes, start small Nick Charney: Motivation and Incentives in the Public Sector Michael Hackmer: Gov 2.0 Enters Next Phase – Opportunities and Action Chris Jones: It Takes a Village – Insights on Culture and Community in Local Government Adriel Hampton: Check Out How SFRead… Read more »
Standards make the world go ’round: Curt Hopkins: Civic Commons Helps Municipalities Share Code Arindam Mukherjee: Open standards is at hand as the main e-governance platform (India) Steve Ressler: The War of Online vs. Offline Gunnar Hellekson: The government doesn’t look good naked Lewis Shepherd: Contributing to Intelligence Innovation Matt Stiles: Visualizing Foreign Business inRead… Read more »
© Creative Commons adriel [at] adrielhampton.com September 5, 2010 One Saturday, I noticed that my pal Nick Charney was getting a lot of buzz on Twitter while speaking at a big conference. In addition to his fearless innovation, Charney is well-known for his hairstyle, long bangs with a flip. I decided to have a littleRead… Read more »