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Boston Issues Forum Tea Party

Written by Steven Clift

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Are you tired of the highly partisan use of the Internet in politics? Do you have a vision for something different that brings people and communities together rather than simply tearing politicians apart?

I’ll (Steven Clift) be in Boston for a number of conferences from Thursday, February 22 through Saturday, February 24. Let me know – clift@publicus.net – you’ll be around and feel free to suggest a time that we connect at any of these events. I am particularly interested in connecting with those interested in launching an online Issues Forum for their local community.

The events:

See you in Boston!

Steven Clift
clift@publicus.net
612-203-5181 – Mobile

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3 Comments on Boston Issues Forum Tea Party

[…] I’ve put my full schedule for Boston on the E-Democracy.Org blog. A real highlight looks to be the Beyond Broadcast conference on Saturday. This is one of the best examples of a conference using a wiki to organized itself from working groups to birds of a feather dinner parties. They are also using del.icio.us to share links and Flickr to share photos all simply be encouraging folks to use the unique tag ‘beyondbroadcast.” This same concept worked with the “mnpolitics” Voter Voices effort and I think it could work in the U.S. presidential election to create a number of more visable “content streams” of voter driven content. During the conference they’ll have an active IRC chat space and it looks like a place on Second Life. I wish more conferences used such interactive tools to their fullest … of course the audience for this conference is made up of folks who get and use these many tools almost everyday. […]

Steve, it was good to meet and talk with you at the Birds of a Feather dinner closing out the BeyondBroadcasting day.

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