Posts Tagged: gov20radio

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – July 27, 2010

Very soon, G2R gets its own GovLoop profile 😉Steve Radick: What Can the Government Learn from a $100,000 Salt & Pepper Shaker?Kim Patrick Kozba: Late Bloomers and the Evolution of ‘Social’Morgen Peers: Getting Down Under(neath) Gov 2.0Nick Judd: The Challenge of Tech for Civic GroupsJohn Ohab: Open Innovation in the Science and Technology CommunityBob Gourley:Read… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – July 26, 2010

It was a busy weekend: Jesus Diaz: NASA Astronauts Hacked by Twitter SpammersHouse Oversight and Government Reform Committee: Government 2.0 Part 1 – Federal Use of Web 2.0 Technologies Kim Patrick Kozba: Citizen networks – What can we learn from the science of epigenetics? On the Media: The Public Access Crusade of Carl MalamudSteve Ressler:Read… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – June 20, 2010

DCWeek – 240 people to check out on Twitter Ideas for Seattle – Local Gov and UserVoice Paul Day’s Conversion-Driven Government: Social Media is Not You Job Open Government – a book review The Guardian: The Internet – Everything you ever need to know Internet.artizans: open data doesn’t empower communities Understanding gov20 adoption, findingRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio: Carol Spencer on Morris County, NJ and NAGW

Join a conversation about social media and local government with Morris County, NJ, webmaster Carol Spencer, treasurer of the National Association of Government Webmasters. A veteran of IBM, Spencer calls social media the biggest revolution in technology since the personal computer. On gov’t agencies blocking social media, she says, “You’re blocking access to the wayRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links

Steve Radick: Managing Your Time While Managing Your Social Media Stephen Collins: Government 2.0…it can be a reality David Forbes: I Do Not Believe in Collapse Kristy Fifelski: ‘Govsourcing’ the homepage Sarah Estes Cohen: Hybrid 2.0? How to leverage social media for emergency management and response Dan Slee: Social Photo – 11 groovy waysRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Radio Hot Links – June 16, 2010

NOAA launches an interactive mapping tool for the Gulf oil spill Heartbreaking Flickr set – Greenpeace’s Gulf Oil Spill is seeking trained volunteers to help with the Gulf disasterThursday is Dumpthe Pump DaySan Francisco’s Stamen Design wins a $400,000 Knight News Challenge grant for its CityTracking visualizationsStamen wants your help voting up a requestRead… Read more »

New Gov 2.0 Radio: Mark Headd – Engaging App Developers with Gov’t Data

A discussion with Mark Headd, an app developer and former govie, about civic apps. Mark Headd explains Open311 and accessing government services and lowering costs using Twitter, and gives ideas on how to engage developers around government civic apps contests. Listen to internet radio with Gov20Radio on Blog Talk Radio