Posts Tagged: gov20radio

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 »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 21, 2010

Start your weekend early, with tomorrow’s hot links today: Alex Howard: Space IT, the final frontier Courtney Clark: What’s Your Story? User Stories Instead of Technical Documentation Allan Holmes: Craigslist creator tries to bring initiative out of the shadows Shai Sacks: Learning how to lobby Congress Mark Higginson: Social Media Energizes Political Campaigns Down UnderRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 20, 2010

Learning as we go: Col. John Thompson: Air Force Using Serious Game Technology to Enhance Training Geordie Adams: Failure really is a good thing Alan Silberberg: In You Face Gov 2.0 As Contact Sport Janrain: Measuring the Popularity of Social Media Platforms Across the Web Andrew Weber: Tweeting THOMAS and Connecting with Congress Guidance forRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 19, 2010

We’re all in this together: Alex Howard: Linked data is opening 800 years of UK legal info Patricia Decker: Smartphone apps will soon help you find parking in SF Chris Bennett: CB2 – Twitter Fast Follow for Crisis Alerting Crowdsourcing Communities Attempt to Aid Pakistan Lee Glandorf: Twitter popularity no guarantee of influence, finds HPRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 18, 2010

There is no they. – The Breaking TimeDavid Forbes: And the lights go out …Alexander Howard: Emergency Social Data Summit Highlights the Role of Social Media During Crises Mark P. McDonald: The future of the CIO lies in addressing a challenge no one else is thinking aboutCandi Harrison: Clearing the Clutter – A Success StoryNickRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 17, 2010

The links must go on: Andrea DiMaio: How to Use IT to Help Development, and Have Fun Virtual Worlds News: Virtual Worlds News Wrap-up for the Week of August 14 Alex Williams: Q&A – Janrain’s CEO Discusses OpenID in the Federal Gov’t Mac Margolis: Your Pass to Good Government Alex Howard: Sean Garrett on Twitter’sRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio with Jed Sundwall

Listen to internet radio with Gov20Radio on Blog Talk Radio We talk with Jed Sundwall of Captura Group about Open San Diego; and the .gov URL shortener; engaging Hispanics online, including those who prefer Spanish and prefer English; and the and social media strategies, and why they’re remarkable. Download episode.

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 15, 2010

Keepin’ on keepin’ on: David Eaves: Which App for Climate Change Do You Like Best? Ben Parr: How To – Visualize All Your Foursquare Check-Ins Government 2.0 Action Plan – Victoria Nathaniel Whittemore: Clinton’s Crew – The Exciting Entrepreneurs Revolutionizing Government DOT Open Gov team earns Leading Practices award Laura McGann: Data-visualization due turns downRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 14, 2010

Through freak weather, the links must go: Chris Vein: 5 Open Data Apps that Are Improving Our Cities Lisa Hoover: Open Source Wheelchair Design Aids Disabled in Developing Countries Marc Lifsher and David Sarno: Google accuses California of rigging bidding process for e-mail contract Peter Levine: What is the best participatory project in the world?Read… Read more »