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Civic technology issues explode onto the SF scene

From the first-known mayoral forum exclusively focused on open government and technology issues to CityCamp to the “Summer of Smart,” grassroots civic technology advocacy has taken off in a big way in San…

Stephen Hood

Taking the Neighborhood to Your Smartphone

Civic tech startup Blockboard aims to reconnect and enhance neighborhoods through smartphone technology, putting messaging, city services and local news together in a fun social format. It’s live now in San Francisco’s eclectic…

James Kliemt

Social Media for Emergency Management

From the News Media to Moms and Dads – Twitter and Facebook in a Crisis: James Kliemt, senior digital communications officer with the Queensland Police, joins us to discuss using social media as…

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Mobile Citizen Summit, sf.govfresh and SFOpen 2011

Talking Mobile and Mayors: Julie Germany and Lovisa Williams talk about the first Mobile Citizen Summit, and Luke Fretwell and Brian Purchia chat about the new sf.GovFresh and the SFOpen 2011 mayoral forum. How…

Leigh Budlong

From an App to a Business

We chat with Leigh Budlong about turning her quest for user-friendly zoning information into a San Francisco app, and her plans to take Zonability to communities around the U.S. and the world. “I…

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The Evolution of Open Gov

Open Government: Tom Spengler and Javier Muniz, co-founders of the government webstreaming company Granicus speak with us about the evolution of open government since 1999, cloud provisioning, going paperless with the iPad, public…

Annie Crombie

e-Gov and Gov 2.0 in Canada

Join a with Annie Crombie, founder of ReThink Strategic Consulting about metrics, web strategy, social media and G2B. Also in this episode, a discussion about CityCampSF and Gov 2.0 LA. How you can…

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The new World e-Governments Organization

San Francisco CIO Chris Vein and Allison Hornery of CivicTEC join us for a wrap of the Inaugural General Assembly of the World e-Governments Organization of Cities and Local Governments, held early September…

Mark Headd

Engaging apps developers with Government data

A discussion with Mark Headd, an app developer and former govie, about civic apps. Mark Headd explains Open311 and accessing government services and lowering costs using Twitter, and gives ideas on how to…

SF PUC

SFPUC: Making a Social Media Splash

Join a conversation with Amy Sinclair, who has helped turn the  San Francisco Public Utilities Commission into a social media powerhouse, with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, blogging, video contests and more. How you can…

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