Will Twitter help candidates win elections? The jury is still out, but some candidates get how to use it, and some don’t. Check out this interview I did with Wyeth Ruthven who analyized the use of Twitter in the recent Senate race in Mass, as well as last fall’s governors races in Virginia and New… Read more »
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I had the pleasure recently of interviewing Paul Margie (here’s the interview) of Telecoms Without Borders, on his recent trip to Haiti, where they provided much-needed phone calls between survivors and their families both in Haiti and here in the United States. A very cool use of telecom technology and logistical expertise at work in… Read more »
Aneesh Chopra, White House CTO, gave the keynote this morning. While the event was not captured on video, I did bring my FlipCam, got some b-roll, and talked to Adobe’s Rob Pinkerton (the main sponsor) about Aneesh’s remarks. Check it out here.
Thought GovLoop fans might be interested in this TechView interview I did with Kim Hart recently back. Kim used to cover technology and government for the Washington Post, but has recently moved over to cover technology and Washington for The Hill a D.C.-based newspaper (with on-line updates) that covers politics. She gives you a sense… Read more »
It’s called Focus Washington TechView, and it’s goal is to explore the intersection of government, technology, and policy (not politics, but policy with a small “p”). It is mostly video interviews with DC-based tech reporters, tech industry luminaries who are doing interesting things (we did an interview recently with a telecom guy who lead a… Read more »
The New York Times did a really good on-line graphic with the federal budget data late last week– so good that even a reporter from the Washington Post gave it kudos. Check it out here: http://voices.washingtonpost.com/ezra-klein/2010/02/the_budget_in_boxes.html.