Government Data and the "Mom Test" – GCN article featuring yours truly

I spoke on a panel at the Open Government Innovations Conference last week – great event with some really insightful speakers.  I particularly enjoyed Dave McClure’s lunchtime keynote and Chris Kemp’s discussion on open source in open government.  All very down to earth, practical discussions… it was really refreshing.  My discussion was moderated by Wyatt Kash,…

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Windows Phone 7 in 7 – the tip of the iceberg…

Looking for a great resource to get the basics on Windows Phone 7? http://www.msdev.com/Directory/SeriesDescription.aspx?CourseId=158  Just about everything you need to know to start salivating.  Yes, I admit to that kind of pavlovian response…  -Dan Share   (tweet)  

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Open Government: Publishing Data isn’t enough

I had the chance to interact with Teresa Carlson, VP of Microsoft Federal Sales, on the FutureFed Blog regarding my previous post “Open government starts with open data… but..” You can find the discussion here:  http://blogs.msdn.com/uspublicsector/archive/2010/05/04/open-government-publishing-data-isn-t-enough.aspx  I’ll also be at the Open Government Innovations conference tomorrow afternoon, participating in the panel on opengov tools… look forward…

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