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A Slice of Pai -My Interview with an FCC Commissioner

Cover Photo By: Daniel Wilson, ENP – @NewYorkWilson
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Without argument, communications is at the core of all social interaction today. 3,629 more words

Public Safety E911

Bitnation Releases Proof of Concept for Decentralized Government Platform

Finally, technology is being developed to replace broken, trust-based systems. Isn’t it funny how most of these involve our present-day government, isn’t it? -LW

Bitnation has been busy building tools for ‘Government 2.0′ – a collection of decentralized and voluntary services to replace many of the traditional roles of central government. 25 more words

Science & Technology

Would Lotteries be more Democratic than Voting?

Many issues with the government stem from the fact that people who want to run for office probably shouldn’t (they are often insane, or corrupt). Meanwhile there are lots of very intelligent, politically competent people, who would never in their right mind run for office, because the private sector pays them much better, and probably because most people don’t want the constant attention. 103 more words


Enabled by Design 2014: Designing for accessibility and social inclusion

Over the weekend, James, Nhung and I spent 48 hours immersed in the world of design and disability as participants of the Enabled by Design-athon. 650 more words

Government And Non-Profit Sector

Contribute to the Open Government Ideas Dialogue

An “Ideas Dialogue” has been development as part of the Government of Canada’s Action Plan on Open Government 2.0 Consultation:

What is the Idea Dialogue? It is a way to take the next step in…

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Gov Pubs On The Web

Government 2.0: The Limitations and Obstacles of Social Media Monitoring

Web 2.0, a term created by Tim O’Reilly, is a step forward in the way we interact and communicate online.

Though this revolution has opened a number of doorways for Public Relations practitioners, there is still a number of reason that we should proceed with caution – especially in political landscapes. 260 more words