I find this stuff so that you don’t have to.
- OnePeople › Open source matters to open government. Really. – "Both DiMaio and Caudill make the mistake of believing that open source is about making cheap bits. Instead, it’s a blueprint for effective collaboration on a massive scale."
- Categorisation and other exciting details – "Part of the reason for wanting wider comment is the fact that I am increasingly inclined to think that the emphasis on civic space building is very obviously on the creation and sustainability of hyperlocal communities – with the role of the democratic body being to connect to and interact with these more social groupings."
- Minds in the Cloud – Exploring the Present and Future Possibilities of Cloud Computing – Interesting collection of videos.
- The future of government is open – "With open source software, governments developing open information innovations have the freedom to share software code and applications with other like-minded governments and organizations."
- Computing Machinery and Intelligence – A.M. Turing – I propose to consider the question, "Can machines think?"
- The Social PR Blog – Great blog for comms/PR folk on how to get social right.
- Read+Comment | Hassle-free publishing and commenting on your documents – Incredibly cool commentable documents as a service platform from Steph Gray.
- Ten Principles for Opening Up Government Information – Useful list
- What Happened to Yahoo – "Yahoo had two problems Google didn't: easy money, and ambivalence about being a technology company."
- What matters in net neutrality – Jonathan Zittrain's take on the Google/Verizon net neutrality kerfuffle.
You can also see all the videos I think are worth watching at my video scrapbook.