Tag: government 2.0
BART Says: We Can (or Want to) Do Wireless!
With all the talks of Government 2.0 lately, we haven’t talked about those who are embracing it in a meaningful (and useful) way. Peter Corbett and iStrategyLabs could be lauded for spearheading Apps for Democracy, a contest that brought Web innovation to the District with apps like iPark. Certainly, there […]
Security Problems and Government 2.0
The other day, I made a very serious point about the fad that is “Government 2.0”. I was pleased by the amount of attention it received and the large number of very reputable and poignant comments it recieved. However, it was largely a philosophical post, and did not provide anything […]
If You're a Government 2.0 Guru, You have no Business in Government 2.0
This past week, we witnessed history with the election of President Barack Obama. He is certainly America’s first black president, but unfortunately, that’s where the highlighted differences seem to end. Little coverage is given to the fact that he is also the first Gen-X president. He is the first tech […]