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 find all my bookmarks on Delicious. There is also even more stuff on my shared Google Reader page.
You can also see all the videos I think are worth watching at my video scrapbook.