Rules of (Tech) Engagement
- Competing for a Bloomberg competition, one Lexington, Kentucky found a new way to engage citizens and politicians in dealing with city problems.
- Touching on a number of topics including citizen engagement, the UN and the Intern Parlimentary Union recently released the World e-parliament Report for 2012.
- In Cairo, there will be a convention beginning tomorrow to discuss a platform to engage politicans and citizens to increase the use of science, technology and innovation.
- Next week features a conference put on by Stanford's Forum for African Studies will feature the topic of Mobile Africa, including South-South Engagement and Mobility and State Formation.
- For an extensive exploration of citizen engagement mobile apps, check out this presentation full of interesting examples
- Within the preferred platform for political engagement is shifting more and more towards new technology, "according to a recent poll."
- Similar findings in Sierra Leone suggests the importance of technology for youth political engagement in rural areas.
- Google has released a Civic Information API, allowing developers to build applications that include "polling place, early vote location, candidate data, and election official information to users.
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