The impact of Web 2.0 on modern societies is emphasized by the rapid growth of new web communication applications within the last months. The Web 2.0 is not only changing the relationships between people but also between people and their government.
Web applications create new ways of communication and data exchange that were not possible in the past. If and to what extend these new channels of cummunication will be used in democratic processes is to be seen. The video shows what experts thought about the future of the internet and its use in society a year ago. Some of the aspects have already become ordinary in present time.
Web 2.0: The Future of Collaborative Government
Links to the graphics drawn in the background (PDF-files):
- Web 2.0 (ideas)
- Web 2.0 (use)
- Web 2.0: The Future of Collaborative Government
- Web 2.0: Implementation
- Christian Heise, “The Future of Collaborative Government = The Future of Public Advisory?“, 22.08.08
- Deloitte, “National Issues Dialogues. Web 2.0: The future of collaborative government.” Wahington, DC: Discussion Summary, 2008. (PDF-Datei)