O'Reilly announces "Gov 2.0 Summit: The Platform for Change"

O'Reilly announces "Gov 2.0 Summit: The Platform for Change"


Hey, I'll be at the Gov 2.0 Summit as well as the Personal Democracy Forum. Anyway, this is also a big deal:

the task of reinventing government is too important to be left solely to the government. Gov 2.0 Summit, a new government technology conference co-produced by O'Reilly Media and TechWeb, capitalizes on the momentum for change and broad engagement, creating a non-partisan forum for addressing the monumental challenges our nation faces. Gov 2.0 Summit is a place for technologists to rise to the call of public service, offering up their internet expertise to its best and highest purpose.

Gov 2.0 Summit will bring together policy-makers, elected officials, upper management in city, state, and federal agencies, technology leadership in all levels of government, private-sector internet business leaders, contractors, and consultants to establish high-level thought leadership across the spectrum of stake-holders.

… accelerating the Rise of the Nerds…



Alex Steed

I love that "Rise of the Nerds" is in caps – like it's an upcoming film.
Rise of the…
Nah. Nerds.

James Wright

Your Twin Falls Rant & Rave forum features copyrighted material stolen from the Twin Fall Times-News. I have attempted to reach your webmasters to deal with this problem but have received no response. Ditto in attempts to reach your "pulic relations firm." Can you help with this matter?
James Wright
The Times-News
Twin Falls, Idaho


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