Posts Tagged: w3c

How cell phones, Twitter and Facebook make history

From the Government Business Examiner by Donna L. Quesinberry When performing a search on Clay Shirky (an adjunct professor in NYU’s graduate Interactive Telecommunications Program [ITP]), the result is no less than 20 pages of factoids, videos, articles, blogs, etc. Mr. Shirky’s understanding of the interrelated effects of social and technological network topology and how… Read more »

PART 2 – W3C eGov Note: Improving Access to Government through Better Use of the Web

Cross-posted from my government design blog Read Part 1 of this post here. Yesterday I made it up to the Interoperability section of the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) eGovernment Interest Group Note: Improving Access to Government through Better Use of the Web. I finished the document today, and instead of examining the remaining items… Read more »

PART 1 – W3C eGov Note: Improving Access to Government through Better Use of the Web

Cross-posted from my design blog. Today the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) eGovernment Interest Group published a Note which is the culmination of their first year of analysis on the history, current state, and hopeful future of eGovernment. Entitled Improving Access to Government through Better Use of the Web, the document serves as a great… Read more »