Posts Tagged: wikigov

Mark Drapeau tell them Goverati, I prefer WikiGov. What’s the best?

In a recent post at ReadWriteWeb.com, Mark Drapeau have a point: Tools as govloop are on the roots of the rise of Goverati. I’m not sure, but I think that this name is made by the contraction of Government and Technorati. And I thought that the first who study and put a name of that… Read more »

Maybe a foolish idea from a Gov’t 2.0 thinker: Could be usefull the “wikigov” concept?

Maybe is not as new as I thought, but re-reading the Dan Tapscott’s Wikinomics again, I was trying to link the wikinomics principles to e-government. And I made a question to share with you: It’s possible to think about wikigovs? If it is, Is’t usefull at local level? Wikigovs could be a model of government… Read more »