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A bit late, but here they are, our most popular posts in January. Most popular recent posts (from the three-month period November 2013 through January 2014): D-CENT: New European Citizen Engagement...
In designing a game to address social or civic problems, there are always two parallel or conflicting goals: the goal of the game and the civic goal. The goal of the game is the prelusory goal, it...
I find this stuff so you don’t have to: An Open Letter to Software Suppliers – 13 Ways to Help the Public Sector to the Cloud – @copley_rich Why the obsession with “coding...

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Over on the NCDD blog, Roshan Bliss last week asked whether online comment sections can be “dialogue spaces” (a re-post of a Journalism That Matters post from December of last year:...
Our hackathon beat photographer, 5 year-old Elias Fretwell snaps a picture of Code for America’s Jack Madans summing up the vibe at OpenOakland’s CodeAcross 2014 event today. Follow...

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Our hackathon beat photographer, 5 year-old Elias Fretwell snaps a picture of Code for America’s Jack Madans summing up the vibe at OpenOakland’s CodeAcross 2014 event today. Follow...

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The OPTG is pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural Innovation Awards. Awards were presented in two categories. The Innovative Tool Award highlights a tool that has made a significant...
Interesting event at UC Berkeley This Wednesday: Tanja Aitamuro, Research Exchange: Crowdsourcing in Policy-Making: The Impact of Blended Expertise on Law-Making Process This talk reports on a study...
At the DH digital champions summit on Tuesday, during the afternoon open space session, an interesting discussion broke out. One among many, I’m sure! Anyway, what was being discussed was the...

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