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 »
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Listen to internet radio with Gov20Radio on Blog Talk Radio Adriel Hampton talks with Hutch Carpenter of Spigit about engaging internal and external stakeholders in the ideation process using Web tools and game mechanics. Download episode.
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
Listen to internet radio with Gov20Radio on Blog Talk Radio We talk with Jed Sundwall of Captura Group about Open San Diego; Go.USA.gov and the .gov URL shortener; engaging Hispanics online, including those who prefer Spanish and prefer English; and the USA.gov and GobiernoUSA.gov social media strategies, and why they’re remarkable. Download episode.
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 »
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 »