Posts Tagged: gov20radio

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 13, 2010

Catch a shooting star: Vanessa Fox: ‘Knowledge is a Mashup’ Andrew Turner: CrisisCommons and Congress Alex Williams: City of Denver Dives Into the World of Open-Source Natalie Binder: Rocking the State – Human Resources Dan Zarrella: How To – Get Tweetable Moments from Your Presentations Mark Paterson: APS 200 Public Sector Innovation Project Amanda Eamich:Read… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 12, 2010

Things are heating up! JD Lasica: Cool Gov 2.0 sites you don’t know about Steve Ressler: Three Sings that Government is More Innovative than Ever Sunlight Foundation: Ten Principles for Opening Up Government Information Steve Myers: 4 Digital Tools to Improve Your Government Coverage Urban Omnibus: Code for America Anthony Stewart: Robocalls to give MPsRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 10, 2010

Nothing but the best content: Benjamin Pauker: The Geopolitics of Google Earth Ron Pringle: Is Your Content Really Serving the Public Adriel Hampton: San Francisco City Attorney’s Office on Flickr Steve Radick: Identify the Right People to Manage Your Social Media Initiatives Philipp Mueller (via GovLoop): Citizens Make the State 2.0 Clay Johnson: How didRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio: Empire Avenue – Content, Influence and Gov 2.0

Listen to internet radio with Gov20Radio on Blog Talk Radio Empire Avenue – Crowdsourcing the Best Content: We interview Empire Avenue CEO Duleep Wijayawardhana about how individuals, governments and cause organizations can harness social media, virtual markets and game mechanics to engage their communities. Download episode.

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 9, 2010

Life’s a game, Internet’s a game: Sen. Kate Lundy: Speech to the Technology in Government and the Public Sector conference Kristin Burnham: A Victory for Social Media – Inside the Election of Columbia’s New President Richard Abshire: Dallas Police Chief David Brown urges social media to catch ‘unrepentant criminals’ CivSource: New Open 311 integration toolkitRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 8, 2010

Our man Ressler in WaPo (and Charney, too): Kyle VanHemert: Bill Gates Thinks the Web Will Soon Offer the Best College Education Andrew P. Wilson: We Can Lead and Be Leaders John F. Moore: The Social Ecosystem – The biggest barrier to success? Education Lisa Rein: A new batch of younger employees finding their placeRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 7, 2010

The beat goes on: Stephanie Gerson: Moneyball, policy wikis, and government 2.0 Aliya Stenstein: EPA posts toxic data early to encourage crowdsourcing Jenara Nerenberg: Now Chile Wants a Silicon Valley of Its Own – But Where’s the Homegrown Talent? Tom Philpott: The history of urban agriculture should inspire its future Tim O’Reilly: Opening the doorsRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 6, 2010

Are you rockin’ with GovLoop? Nat Torkington: Gov 2.0 as means not end Gloria Goodale: Can social media save the world? Some nonprofits give it a try Andrea DiMaio: Who Should Be Transparent, What for and How Much? Steve Lunceford: Another Twitter first: Pelosi tweet reconvenes the U.S. House of Representatives Stuart McKee: HeyGov! forRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 5, 2010

The reality of unreality: Brian Solis: Influence is Bliss – The Gender Divide of Influence on Twitter Mark Headd: The case for open transit data Adam P. Zuckerman: Survey – GOP and Dems utilize Twitter differently David Forbes: The good side of tribes (really) John Bordeaux: You Don’t Know What You Think You Know JohnRead… Read more »