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Delicious links for 2009-04-16

  1. cnewmark: Fed government “champions of participation”
  2. Web 2.0: Government’s social networking debate > Technology > Government
  3. Web 2.0 – Government and Citizen Engagement (eGovernment Resource Centre)
  4. Slashdot | How To Build a Web 2.0 Government?
  5. Report: Government Should Use YouTube, Second Life and Other Web 2.0 Sites
  6. public sector, government, Web 2.0, Government 2.0, William Eggers, Paul Macmillan, online collaboration, technology, networks, e-government, wiki – Deloitte & Touche LLP
  7. Government by Twitter « BuzzMachine
  8. Why Aren’t Local Governments Using Twitter And Facebook? – Government IT Blog – InformationWeek
  9. The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart Looks At Washington’s Twitter Obsession – Government IT Blog – InformationWeek
  10. Twitter In Government Agencies: Best Practices | Social Government
  11. Government Bytes: The Official Blog of National Taxpayers Union
  12. Government’s A-Twitter | Brazen Careerist
  13. HOW TO: Find a Job on Twitter – Wow, I should definitely look into this…. Great links and tips!
  14. Local Authority Mapping Collective | Bringing together mapped data across the UK – The Local Authority Mapping Collective aims to get officers from local authorities in the UK collaborating with one another using Google My Maps. It is hoped that this will allow for large sets of mapped data to be made publically available without the need for bespoke software development. This data could then be used on local authority websites, as well as being made downloadable to use in any number of projects.
  15. Do Brands Belong on Twitter?

About Liz Azyan

Liz is a CREATIVE digital professional dedicated to helping individuals, governments and businesses realize their digital goals. She offers digital consultancy services on her website LizAzyan.com Liz is also a Google Fellowship Recipient (individuals selected based on their work and initiative in the arenas of technology, politics and social entrepreneurship), an invited expert panel on the Guardian’s Public Leader Network and has spoken at many public events and conferences on the subject of digital engagement.

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