Tag Archive | "digital democracy"

Participation Camp, NYC: Open Government, Open Organizations, Open Collaboration, Open Data, and Apps For Democracy

Friday, July 10, 2009


Participation Camp 2009, an unconference held at NYU’s ITP,  is part of a broader vision of the organizers to position open government at the leading edge of an open organizations movement. For more on open organization Matt pointed me to David Johnson’s work and the Virtual Company movement, Matt Cooperrider (@mattcoop on Twitter) – […]

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Tim O’Reilly: “Instrumenting the World”

Sunday, November 2, 2008


Tim O’Reilly has outlined some of the world’s big problems in his talks, and urged technologists to “work on stuff that matters.” I was one of O’Reilly’s listeners at the Web 2.0 Expo in NYC (see my post here). But, I found out at the Head Conference in London, recently, that O’Reilly is doing more […]

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