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Monthly Archive March, 2009

Ice Storm and Floods

Folks in Cook County, Minnesota took advantage of our relatively new photo sharing feature with our Issues Forums with their recent ice storm. To share a photo, simply attach to an e-mail or upload via the web and we do all the auto-resizing automatically. Photos attached to the same subject become an automatic slide show […]

Join E-Democracy.Org at Harvard’s Berkman Center This Thursday – Social Media and Local Public Life Discussion

Come on along on Thursday evening to a discussion on Social Media and Local Public Life and then on Saturday, join me at the NewsOut conference in Boston.

March 2009 Newsletter

Register here to receive next month’s newsletter straight to your e-mail. E-Democracy News e-democracy.org/news March 2009 Volume 1, Issue 3 In This Issue From the Founder Briefly Featured Volunteer Guest Column: Daniel LeClaire Around the Issues Forums Online Civic Engagement 101: What Is Twitter? What’s Hot Online: Public Affairs, Editor’s Choice, and more From the Founder Volunteer Energy – […]

Rural Voices Unconference – April 3-4 in Duluth, Minnesota

Registration is now open for the Minnesota Voices Online Unconference: http://e-democracy.org/unconf Here are some details: Minnesota Voices Online Unconference – There’s an exciting theme. – We get together. – We share, network, and collaborate over a dynamic two days. As part of its Rural Voices Initiative, the Blandin Foundation is working with E-Democracy.Org and other […]

E-Democracy.Org Adopts Privacy and Public Life Policy

The E-Democracy.Org Board adopted a final “Privacy and Public Life Policy” to guide our participants in their participation. Because our Issues Forums are fundamentally about public life, we’ve avoided collecting detailed personal information other than name, city, and e-mail. (St. Paul does collect more information before someone can post.) Now that we’ve added an e-newsletter, […]

 

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