Now that CityCampMN and Give to the Max Day are behind us, I (Steven Clift) can focus intensively on preparing for a ten day speaking trip across Europe. This all started with an invite to participate in the World Forum and then others stepping forward to sponsor additional stops and gatherings. I am grateful. These […]
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Webinar Monday – Nov. 1 Webinar – Social media use by local government in the US: What are the hurdles to doing it well?
Watch the webinar or listen to the full event in MP3 format. See the source blog post from the webinar host Griff Wigley for additional details. Slides used by Steven Clift, E-Democracy.org, Executive Director: Social Media: Local Government Use View more presentations from Steven Clift. CROSS-POSTED: By Griff Wigley Nov. 1 Webinar – Social media […]
The other day I had the privilege of participating in a debate on BBC Radio 4’s You and Your’s program about anonymity in online commenting. Have a listen. At the Guardian’s Active conference I asked, why major online news sites are so content with empowering the angriest people in society with the design of their […]
Another great day in the UK. I began the day by spending some time with a friend of E-Democracy.Org, MJ Ray. MJ is very interested in the work that we are doing, but also great at providing feedback and constructive suggestions. I always enjoy my conversations with MJ, whom I first met in King’s Lynn, […]
Issues Forums – Our Training in Estonia, Slides from Finland, Podcast from Denmark, and a Picture from the Netherlands
The other month I prepared an hour and a half in-depth training on how to set up and run a local Issues Forum for a seminar in Estonia organized by the e-Governance Academy. The new slides (6MB) are now up along with the full 90 minutes of audio (mostly in English). I also managed to […]
As part of their outreach efforts at the Rondo Community Outreach Library, St. Paul E-Democracy volunteers are trying to demonstrate the power of various digital media tools and how easy they are to use. Last week, three SPED volunteers (Kevin Marshall, Marc Trimble, and Tim Erickson) recorded and published the first SPED Report, a podcast […]
Members of St. Paul E-Democracy have launched an outreach program at the newly opened Rondo Community Outreach Library, in St. Paul. Every week, volunteers from St. Paul E-Democracy sit at a table answering questions about the internet and showing folks how they can use digital tools to voice their concerns. In addition, they have scheduled […]
E-Democracy.Org is allowing Gubernatorial candidates to share their four major theme rebuttals in audio recorded via a telephone a service. Listen in as I explain how it works. [audio:http://e-democracy.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2006/10/pbpost.mp3]
This is what the PhoneBlogz tool allows us to do. We will use it to collect e-debate rebuttals. We could also use it to gather other audio voter guide type content with volunteer interest. A PhoneBlogz message has been left by E-Democracy! Click here to listen to it! Flash movie looks like this: [audio:http://e-democracy.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2006/09/pbpost.mp3]
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