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Open Data Handbook Version 1.0

How will you use the Open Data Handbook? To define open data To understand why open data is useful To make open data To share with policy makers The Handbook discusses the ‘why, what and how’ of open data – why to go open, what open is, how to make...

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Open Innovation - The Passion Behind the Civic Commons Community

From the beginning, Civic Commons has been a dynamic community initiative.  What began in January 2010 as a simple wiki of open government policies and practices (originally called “OpenMuni”, domains for which were simultaneously and independently obtained by Code for America and OpenPlans), grew into a partnership between the two organizations to support...

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Booktype Makes Book Collaboration Web-Based and Simple

If you've ever tried to collaborate with other authors and editors and the many other people who work to make a book successful, you know it's not easy. Even if your experience stops at trying to incorporate three comments with changes tracked in word processing software, you get the idea.

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5 Questions with StudentsFirst's Michelle Rhee on Education Reform

The name Michelle Rhee most likely rings a bell because of all the hard work she put towards reforming the Washington, DC public schools as chancellor from 2007 to 2010. During that time period, she hosted hundreds of community meetings, even creating a Youth Cabinet to bring students' voices into...

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How San Francisco Can Get its Gov 2.0 Groove Back

There’s been a great deal of discussion lately around the topic of government innovation, especially here in San Francisco, with the appointment of a new chief innovation officer, a new “civic accelerator,” a new venture with a consortium of Bay Area technology companies and a new technology and innovation task...

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OSI Announces New Initiatives and Seeks Your Input

OSI is changing, and you can help! I spoke at FOSDEM in Brussels on Saturday on behalf of the Open Source Initiative (OSI), where I serve as a director. My noon keynote covered a little of the rationale behind OSI and a quick synopsis of its last decade from my...

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