Tag Archive | "government 2.0"

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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“Do Well By Doing Good:” Talking Experience and Design in a Mobile World with Nathan Freitas and David Oliver

Saturday, April 4, 2009


Nathan Freitas holding a Peek with Oliver+Coady partner David Oliver talking to fans at New York Tech Meetup – Mobile Meets Social Volunteerism and participation in public life seem to come naturally to Nathan Freitas. Nathan is one of the leading innovators/developers in NYC in mobile strategy/design (for more on his Android development read on). […]

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