CityCampSF, OpenSF, Code for America, oh my!: Some of San Francisco’s top social media, tech and civic innovators discuss the use of new communications technologies in the Egyptian revolution, and how to build community around Gov 2.0, OpenGov and Open Data ideals. Guests are Jay Nath, director of innovation for the Dept. of Technology in San Francisco, Abhi Nemani, director of strategy and communications at Code for America, and Chris Heuer, co-founder of the Social Media Club. We also discuss the re-launch of OpenSF and the new monthly meetup Third Thursdays SF.
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