Posts Tagged: gov20radio

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 4, 2010

Spreading our wings: Lovisa Williams: Failure is Not an Option Patrick Wintour: Coalition’s first crowdsourcing attempt fails to alter Whitehall line Andrea DiMaio: A Developer Corps Is a Brilliant Idea for Open Government Gautham Nagesh: Devaney – Stimulus tracking technology the model for government transparency Lt. Gen. Dave Deptula (on FedNewsRadio): Why the Air ForceRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 3, 2010

Shouldn’t I be sleeping? Carol A. Spencer: Convincing Local Governments Tom Fox: Young government leaders – Lessons for the next generation Spencer Wilson: Can’t See the Social for the Media Sharon Weinberger: Pentagon Goes Wiki with Crowdsourced Tech Project Clay Johnson: Don’t Let the Municipal Crisis Go to Waste Jeff Stanger: Data Are Not InformationRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 2, 2010

Tell me, is there an app for that? Matt Poelmans: FutureGovForum, AustraliaHeather Timmons: In India, Using Facebook to Catch Scofflaw DriversNESTA: Small is Beautiful – Innovation in Local GovernmentPeter Corbett: Apps for the Army Winners – Doubling Our ExpectationsElizabeth Woyke: Apps That Change the WorldGov 2.0 Radio: UserVoice CEO Richard White on Leveraging Your Community

Gov 2.0 Radio: UserVoice CEO Richard White on Leveraging Your Community

Richard White on Leveraging Your Community: San Francisco startup UserVoice allows governments, politicians, nonprofits and businesses small and large to harness the ideas and feedback of their employees, communities and citizens online. Gov 2.0 Radio host Adriel Hampton talks with CEO Richard White about best practices for local government use of this kind of feedbackRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – August 1, 2010

There is no theme here. Really. Andrea DiMaio: Australian Government CIO Reinforces Employee-Centricity of Gov 2.0Marcia Stepank: Context Deficit DisorderMorgen Peers: Open Government. Theoretically, it all started in Canada. 1896.Dannielle Blumenthal: The things we don’t blog aboutAlex Showerman: Skiing, Water Parks, Dating and Politics (Three Ways to Engage Your Online Community)Linda Cureton: Life in ITRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – July 31, 2010

It’s a mad, mad world: Allan Holmes: Craigslist creator tries to bring transparency initiative out of the shadowsPeggy Orenstein: I Tweet, Therefore I AmShira Lizar: Gov 2.0 – The Future of Government Is In Your HandsRobin Hicks: How useful is Twitter’s government service?Vlad Malik: Internet – Defining privacy in a public spaceWilliam D. Eggers: SustainableRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – July 30, 2010

The dog days of Summer: Brian Purchia: An open source union movement Gunnar Hellekson: Who had the first government open source policy? Alex Showerman: President Obama and a Supporter’s Hollow Feeling (A Call for Online Engagement) Shira Lazar and Tim O’Reilly: What is Gov 2.0? (video) AASHTO Honors State DOT Photographers for their ‘Faces ofRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – July 29, 2010

International, visual: James Hutchinson: Gov 2.0, Web 2.0 clash over accessibility Eric Fischer: Overlay of San Francisco vehicle movements for all of June 2010 Joe Eskenazi: Republicans Following Porn on Twitter Felipe Estaban: Colombia 2.0 – The time is now John F. Moore: The Social Ecosystem – Developing Social Usage Guidelines David Forbes: Transparency isRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – July 28, 2010

Have you bought e(G2R) on Empire Avenue? Mark Headd: The opposite of open government Alex Howard: Open government is a mindset Robin Hicks: Australia’s GCIO talks tough at FutureGov forum Government Technology (video): Meet Colorado’s Chief Data Officer Christine Pierpoint: The Gov 2.0 Conundrum Gov20Radio: An Apps Day to Keep Climate Doomsday Away