Archive for the ‘Web 2.0’ category

Latest research on internet trends

November 26, 2010

This recent report from Morgan Stanley analyst, Mary Meeker is excellent. It highlights the huge take up of Smartphones and online video as dominant trends among other very interesting trends.

New UK Social Media Guide for the PS

April 16, 2010

http://www.coi.gov.uk/documents/Engaging_through_social_media.pdf

A reference guide for blogs, twitter etc

January 21, 2010

This is a very handy checklist for government.

http://bit.ly/4UhHXP

More Gov 2.0 videos

January 3, 2010

Short video interviews with key Gov 2.0 activists to bring you up to speed with thinking and actvities.

http://www.govloop.com/profiles/blogs/best-of-govfreshtv-in-2009

Immerse yourself in the 2.0 World

December 17, 2009

Heaps of great videos to bring you up to speed with all things 2.0 from the recent Government 2.0 Conference in Canberra, Australia. Beats reading huge reports and easier for the eyes so, get a cup of coffee, sit back watch and muse.

http://www.cebit.com.au/2009/conferences/gov-2

Web 2.0 – the now not so new dialogue tools

December 9, 2009

Check out the paper on ‘Web 2.0: the new tools for democratic conversations’ in the resource centre link below. It’s a snapshot of developments in this space within a government context.

http://www.egov.vic.gov.au/index.html

Engage: Getting on with Gov 2.0 – draft report from the Taskforce

December 8, 2009

The draft report of the much awaited Federal Government’s Gov.2.0 Taskforce is now out and awaiting input.

http://gov2.net.au/

Power of the blogosphere

August 17, 2009

Great little video explaining how the congruence of good youtube messaging with uptake via the blogosphere can result in viral video power for political or other campaigns.

http://youtubeandthe2008election.jitp2.net/video/kwallsten

A Tech President?

May 6, 2009

A verbatim report from the US on citizen participation issues – looks like a genuine attempt to move in this direction. Amazed to learn their government has 24,000 websites! Imagine if they all aimed to directly engage in dialogue with citizens!

http://techpresident.com/blog-entry/govwebcon-katie-stanton-and-bev-godwin-citizen-participation-and-engagement

Principles for Social Media Interaction

May 1, 2009


The NZ State Services Commission always has something sensible to add to our understanding of new media and the roles and responsibilities of government employees in this ever changing landcsape.

<http://www.ssc.govt.nz/display/document.asp?DocID=7160


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