Links for 24-02-2010

In this article you find a list of 26 useful links reaching from Open Government to the use of Social Networks in different person groups.

14-02-2010 – 24-02-2010

  1. Open Government Data: There are currently a number of exciting initiatives to release government data in bulk, these include: …
  2. EPA Web site paving the way to transparency: EPA launched its site, the Rulemaking Gateway,  to inform the public of the status of high-priority regulatory actions, such as proposals to control greenhouse gas emissions in heavy-duty vehicles and revise vehicle fuel economy labels.
  3. OpenGov Tracker: To satisfy the Open Government Directive agencies are soliciting your ideas on how to make them more transparent, participatory, collaborative and innovative.
  4. Wie verändert sich das Web 2.0 Nutzerverhalten? Zahlen Daten Fakten
  5. An Emblem for Open Government: Making Government Transparent and Accountable
  6. E-Government Transparency Index: Quantifying the Relationship Between Online Transparency and Trust in Government
  7. Denish wants sunshine portal to include employee names: Denish wants the proposed sunshine portal to include the names of state employees along with their titles and salaries.
  8. Social Media Report: Lesen Sie im Social Media Report, wie Social Media effektiv und einfach in moderne Kommunikation eingebunden werden kann.
  9. Social Networking Now More Popular on Mobile than Desktop: A recent study from Ruder Finn revealed that Americans are spending nearly three hours per day on their mobile phones. /.. / more people are using the mobile web to socialize (91%) compared to the 79% of desktop users who do the same.
  10. Web 2.0 in der politischen Bildung: Auswertung der Tagung
  11. Open Source Open World: Info grahphic about „open“
  12. CloudAve: Blog about cloud computing
  13. Gov 2.0 guide to cloud computing: How-to
  14. Kooperative Technologien 2013 Forschungsprojekt zu internetbasierten Formen der Zusammenarbeit: Welche aktuellen Internettechnologien aus den Bereichen Web 2.0 und Social Software verwenden Unternehmen und Organisationen bereits?
  15. 8 Open Government Data Prinzipien: Abgeleitet aus den US-Prinzipien und adaptiert für Deutschland.
  16. Engage: Getting on with Government 2.0: Report of the Government 2.0 Taskforce (Full publication – pdf)
  17. Mapping open government data initiatives around the world: The Open Knowledge Foundation and Access Info are currently seeking information on open government data initiatives around the world, as part of a scoping paper supported by the Open Society Institute …
  18. 5 Insightful TED Talks on Social Media: Best of TED Talks on Social Media
  19. Iran Disrupts Internet Service Ahead of Protests – NYTimes.com: In an effort to disrupt communications and head off huge opposition demonstrations planned for Thursday, the Iranian authorities on Wednesday drastically slowed Internet service in Iran …
  20. Most journalists use social media such as Twitter and Facebook as a source: Social media is becoming viewed as a relevant part of journalistic research, study reveals.
  21. Matrix Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang: Matrix of risks and opportunities of Twitter Facebook & Co
  22. Interview with Howard Rheingold: about the project „Social Media Classroom and Collaboratory“
  23. Teens Prefer Social Networking to Blogging: Blogging has lost appeal for most teens and young adults in the past three years, but social networks such as Facebook and MySpace are more popular than ever, according to a new report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
  24. What is the role of government in a Web 2.0 world? What will be the role of government in a post Web 2.0 world? I doubt it’s what a lot of us predict, given society’s poor track record in predicting it’s own future.
  25. ITA Projektbericht Wikipedia: Bericht über Wissenschaft in Wikipedia und anderen Wikimedia-Projekten.((Full publication – pdf)
  26. Ordnung und Unordnung des Wissens: Die Online-Enzyklope Wikipedia wird von sehr vielen genutzt, auch von Wissenschaftern. Dennoch ist Wikipedia in der akademischen Welt noch nicht salonfähig.

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