One little comment on EU funding and #CAPSSI

[One year ago, Tim Bonnemann wrote a post at Intellitics’ blog about a new EU funded e-Democracy project: D-CENT. This is the post: http://www.intellitics.com/blog/2014/01/17/d-cent-new-european-citizen-engagement-platform-under-development/ Some days ago Dr. John May commented it and included a reference to my paper “The e-(R)evolution will not … Continue reading

What I said at #OkioConf14: “Open Government on its feet”

[youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYX_oss-KfE&list=PLlaY8RS4DI3VdWVGemg8B4BafpAejdh3y&w=854&h=480] On the 21 and 22 February took place in Seville, at the Pablo de Olavide University, the #OKioconf14 – III Conference on Open Government and Open Data which were organized by Open Kratio. On Friday there were presentations and panel … Continue reading

‘doing good’ Open Gov vs. doing ‘good Open Gov’

Earlier this month  Aspen Institute hosted a new edition of its Forum on Communications and Society (FOCAS), where a lot of bright minds reflected on the new oGov tools and platforms that encourage an informed citizenry to engage in self-governance … Continue reading