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Disaster Victims Given a Mobile Way to Say They Need Help

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, July 19 2010

The Federal Emergency Management Agency, aka FEMA, has set up a way for people in disaster zones to register for assistance using their mobile phones. Read More

Apps for the (American, Not British) People

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, July 8 2010

Sunlight Foundation designer Ali Felski grades the revamped USA.gov, your portal unto the United States government, in light of the suggestions her org had previously made for the site. She raises a point that I'm ... Read More

Uncle Sam's App Store

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, July 2 2010

USA.gov has gotten an overhaul just in time for July 4th. GovExec's Aliya Sternstein has all the tasty details of the redesigned and relaunched site, meant to serve as a central online doorway to all the information and ... Read More

Big Win for Texting Labor Leader

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, July 1 2010

A victory text from newly-elected AFSCME Secretary-Treasurer Lee Saunders So, an update. Read More

"This is Jerry McEntee"

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, June 29 2010

Here's an update to how mobile is being harnessed in the election of a new Secretary-Treasurer at the AFSCME convention taking place this week in Boston. Read More

Mobile Organizing AFSCME's Big Election

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, June 29 2010

Lee Saunders is, as I mentioned, doing some intriguing stuff with mobile in his bid to grab hold of the Secretary-Treasurer seat with the union behemoth AFSCME. Read More

Mobile's Role in Electing Labor's Next Big Leader

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, June 28 2010

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Democrats Release iPhone and iPad Apps

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, June 24 2010

Now you never need be disconnected from the Democratic Party. The Democratic National Committee and Organizing for America launched today iPad and iPhone apps. Read More

Mobile Voter Registration Has Arrived

BY Nick Judd | Tuesday, May 18 2010

Santa Clara County may be the first locality in the country to actually accept an electronic voter registration submitted from a source other than a government website. On Friday, the Santa Clara County Registrar of ... Read More