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Will Facebook profiles replace govt web sites? | FutureGov

Will Facebook profiles replace govt web sites? | FutureGov | Brand & Content Curation | Scoop.it
“The mixed model [using social media pages and official web sites] raises debate on a compelling issue: how to reconcile the requirements of accessibility with the innovative use of social media. Government web sites are strictly regulated. Private websites are not. Should one allow freer access to public information than the other?”
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State of the Union address goes Web 2.0 - Computerworld

State of the Union address goes Web 2.0 - Computerworld | Brand & Content Curation | Scoop.it
The White House will be using Web 2.0 technology to reach out to Americans during and after the president's State of the Union address tonight. (State of the Union address goes Web 2.0 http://t.co/U4cfAgq)
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Tweetminster relaunches as curated news platform for Whitehall (Wired UK)

Tweetminster relaunches as curated news platform for Whitehall (Wired UK) | Brand & Content Curation | Scoop.it
Tweetminster, the site that organises political tweets, today relaunched itself as a curated news platform for Whitehall.
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New York City Asks for Ideas With Internal Crowdsourcing Effort: Tech News and Analysis «

New York City Asks for Ideas With Internal Crowdsourcing Effort: Tech News and Analysis « | Brand & Content Curation | Scoop.it
New York City has launched a "crowdsourcing" effort aimed at getting ideas from city employees to help the city function more efficiently. The program, called Simplicity, is being powered by Spigit, which makes a software platform that companies and governments can use to crowdsource ideas.
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