Follow #OpenGov Leaders on Micropublishing

I spend a fair amount of time on the Twitter micropublishing service, sharing links & ideas – to follow along, just click “subscribe” in the left-hand sidebar: 

 

Three #OpenGov Events This Week

Busy #opengov week here in NYC. I’m pleased to be attending the following events on behalf of PPF:

 

OC at Transparency Camp 2013

This weekend in D.C. – it’s the “un-conference” of the year for #opengov heads & civic engagement developers.

 

OpenGovernment.org at National Conference on Media Reform

Writing from the plane headed to the National Conference on Media Reform in Denver, CO, organized by the terrific folks at PPF’s longtime friends at Fre

 

Help OpenGovernment.org - Before 5pm ET Today

Update, Friday March 29th: This “feedback” phase of the Knight NewsChallenge ends at 5pm ET today, so please help now. Let’s bring We The People style petitions to every U.S. city government for accountability and engagement.

 

Vote for our Knight NewsChallenge proposal: OpenGovernment.org

Our tiny non-profit team was plainly excited when we heard that the Knight Foundation NewsChallenge had an

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CISPA is Back; All Your Data Are Belong to Us

Barely a year after the defeat of SOPA, Congress is back to testing the waters for legislation that many internet users believe to be in violation of their fundamental rights to privacy and free expression.

 

#SoTU 2013

For updates on the State of the Union tonight, probably best-practice is to follow along with our lists on the micropublishing service :: 

 

The Week Ahead in Congress

With taxes fresh on everyone’s mind, Congress is returning from a two-week recess today and will immediately begin voting on a series of partisan tax bills.

 

The Week Ahead in Congress

With taxes fresh on everyone’s mind, Congress is returning from a two-week recess today and will immediately begin voting on a series of partisan tax bills.