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The Europe roundup: Keeping OpenGov data open

BY Antonella Napolitano | Wednesday, March 2 2011

Keeping OpenGov data open Today there is an unprecedented amount of data available and reusable for free as it is released by public bodies. But how do we avoid the possibility that reusers consume government ... Read More

The Europe roundup: Why mySociety folks should run a Masters in Public Technology

BY Antonella Napolitano | Monday, February 28 2011

UK | Why mySociety folks should run a Masters in Public Technology ... as their boss says! Tom Steinberg explains why he thinks people in his team should run a Master "which would take people with the raw skill and the ... Read More

The Europe roundup: Why mySociety folks should run a Masters in Public Technology

BY Antonella Napolitano | Monday, February 28 2011

UK | Why mySociety folks should run a Masters in Public Technology ... as their boss says! Tom Steinberg explains why he thinks people in his team should run a Master "which would take people with the raw skill and the ... Read More

The Europe roundup: Planning a better whistleblowing website

BY Antonella Napolitano | Saturday, February 26 2011

Planning a better whistleblowing website: a review of "Inside WikiLeaks" On O'Reilly Radar, Andy Oram reviews "Inside WikiLeaks", the newly released book by Daniel Domscheit-Berg, former member of the organization and ... Read More

The Europe roundup: Planning a better whistleblowing website

BY Antonella Napolitano | Saturday, February 26 2011

Planning a better whistleblowing website: a review of "Inside WikiLeaks" On O'Reilly Radar, Andy Oram reviews "Inside WikiLeaks", the newly released book by Daniel Domscheit-Berg, former member of the organization and ... Read More

The Europe roundup: Feel like buying a smart city?

BY Antonella Napolitano | Wednesday, February 23 2011

Feel like buying a smart city? What does exactly mean "smartness" when it comes to cities? Gartner VP Andrea Di Maio tries to dig in: Vendors do associate almost exclusively “smartness” to the interoperability of ... Read More

The Europe roundup: Feel like buying a smart city?

BY Antonella Napolitano | Wednesday, February 23 2011

Feel like buying a smart city? What does exactly mean "smartness" when it comes to cities? Gartner VP Andrea Di Maio tries to dig in: Vendors do associate almost exclusively “smartness” to the interoperability of ... Read More

The Europe roundup: Spaghetti Open Data: what's cooking

BY Antonella Napolitano | Monday, February 21 2011

Italy | Spaghetti Open Data: what's cooking Spaghetti Open Data is a repository of Italian open data created by a group of Italian bloggers and civil servants that decided to donate their time and expertise to the ... Read More

The Europe roundup: Tell the government what you want from the Public Data Corporation

BY Antonella Napolitano | Sunday, February 20 2011

UK | Tell the government what you want from the Public Data Corporation The Public Data Corporation will work with various government agencies and will pull together data, freeing it up for the public. The UK government ... Read More

The Europe roundup: What kind of week has it been - Egypt edition

BY Antonella Napolitano | Monday, February 14 2011

In today's roundup we are featuring a contribute by Polish journalist Michal Kolanko, who reports on a debate on a EU law and its application in Poland. If you want to contribute to the Europe roundup, just write us. ... Read More

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First POST: Revisions

Tim Wu says we shouldn't be so pessimistic about lobbying; Obama writes a thank you note to reddit; Ted Cruz wants to be the Uber of politics; Llamas!; and much, much more. GO

thursday >

First POST: Impossibles

The FCC vote; a proxy Democratic primary battle in Chicago; Gov Andrew Cuomo begins deleting all state employee emails more than 90 days old; men talking about women in tech; and much, much more. GO

wednesday >

First POST: Off the Books

Chicago's "black site"; The New York Times reports "little guys" like Tumblr and Reddit have won the fight for net neutrality but fails to mention Free Press or Demand Progress; Hillary Clinton fan products on Etsy to inspire campaign slogans?; and much, much more. GO

tuesday >

First POST: Challenges

How Silicon Valley donors are thinking about Hillary Clinton 2016; Yahoo's security chief locks horns with the head of the NSA; Instagram location data catches a Congressman with his hand in the till; and much, much more. GO

monday >

First POST: Bows

CitizenFour wins best doc; Ken Silverstein resigned from First Look Media and took to Facebook to vent; why we need more Congressional staffers; who profits from the net neutrality debate; banning PowerPoint presentations; and much, much more. GO

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