Category Archives: Netmocracy

Way to Go O-H-I-O: DataOhio Initiative

Hudson Hollister of the Data Transparency Coalition reports at DataOhio Initiative: Open Data Brings Better Government and Business Opportunities

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An Open Letter to the League of Women Voters

One of the discouraging things of the open source movement was that everyone just ran off doing whatever was interesting to them rather than trying to make a consensus decision about what steps should be taken first. Ironically, once one starts a project, the bug feature list stack ranks which glitches get priority of attention. […]

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NUANCE: Newsletter of UbuntuNet Alliance: Networks, Collaborat​​​ion, Education: Vol. 4, Issue 11: March 2012

Volume 4: Issue 11: March 2012 NUANCE is a monthly e-newsletter published by UbuntuNet Alliance. Key content is news from, about, or of interest to National Research and Education Networks (NRENs) in Africa. We request and invite you to submit an item before the 20th of each month capturing: News and developments from your NREN […]

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Open Government Partnership Live Webcast and Liveblog Tuesday, February 14, 2012, 12:30 – 2:00 PM EST

Open Government Partnership When: Tuesday, February 14, 2012, 12:30 – 2:00 PM Washington time Live Webcast and Liveblog at: http://live.worldbank.org/liveblog-webcast-open-government-partnership Direct webcast links: mms://wbmswebcast1.worldbank.org/external-3 (Windows Media) and http://streaming7.worldbank.org/vvflash/extlive3 (Flash Player) Share your comments via Twitter: #OGP or #wblive Description: You are cordially invited to watch a webcast and participate in a liveblog during an event […]

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The Government Open Source Conference (GOSCON 2010) October 26, Open Data Summit, October 27-28

Web Site: http://goscon.org Dates: October 26, Open Data Summit, October 27-28, GOSCON The Sixth Annual Government Open Source Conference (GOSCON) will be held on October 27-28, 2010 in Portland, Oregon at the Nines Hotel. The non-profit conference is designed for government IT management  This years program focuses on the role of open source software and […]

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Association 2.0

<ed.note>O.k., we all know that the real subhead is “And How Planners Can SURVIVE it” but it is interesting to see that the author omits the only real advantage conventions which don’t take place virtually still hold over their non-geo-locked equivalents.</ed.note>   How Social Media Is Revolutionizing Community Building – And How Planners Can Manage […]

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Governor Kaine Announces Results of Telework Day

From Telework Exchange Newsletter:  Virginia Governor Timothy M. Kaine today announced that Virginia teleworkers saved approximately $113,000, avoided driving 140,000 miles, and removed 75.89 tons of pollutants from the air through participation in Telework Day on August 3, 2009. “I commend the individuals and organizations that took the Telework Day pledge,” Governor Kaine said. “The […]

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NFI Research Results RE: Social Networking – Business Leaders Are Not Confident

<ed.note>While legacy newspapers struggle to find a way to monetize their next incarnation (hint: it's aggregating and/or researching data which can be gained nowhere else than from their subscribing readership — imagine think tank-portal-citizen journalism-distributed computing a la SETI@home crunching results), Chuck Martin has been surveying business leaders finding unique real-time insight. My general impression […]

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Carly Fiorina To Go All Mavricky

Computer World/Network World – Former Hewlett-Packard Co. CEO Carly Fiorina may be launching a run for the U.S. Senate. Fiorina, a Republican, “filed for a tax identification number Tuesday and registered a campaign committee named ‘Carly for California,’” allowing her to raise money for a 2010 Senate run, according to the Associated Press. Fiorina would […]

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On Telework Day in VA

<ed.note>Imagine what the Nashville workplace of 2009 would look like if we ACTUALLY VALUED INNOVATION AND COLLABORATION instead of just rhetorized about it at meetings we drive to. Of course, I should point out the Congress still requires its members to be physically present in order to vote vs. using some web-based tool or telephones. […]

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