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Presentation Audio and Slides, Also Event near Detroit Tomorrow (Tuesday)

Monday, January 14th, 2008

I’ve uploaded the slides and presentation audio from the Great Expectations event in DC last week. We had a great turn-out and a compelling discussion. I will add the discussion audio to the DoWire blog when I have a chance to clean it up a bit more.
The slides (25MB):
dowire.org/present/greatexpectations.ppt
Also see the SlideShare web version: www.dowire.org/notes/?p=389
The [...]

Help for future webcasters in New York State Government, everywhere

Thursday, March 1st, 2007

I expect a day when all government open meeting laws will require that all public meetings be digitally recorded. Initially audio will likely cover most meetings with video reserved for meetings at a higher level (a full city council meeting compared to a sub-committee for example). The law will further require post-meeting online access [...]

Boston Bound Feb 22 – Conferences Beyond Broadcast Feb 24, Public Media Feb 20 -24

Friday, January 12th, 2007

There are two conferences that might interest folks coming up in Boston.
On Saturday, February 24 check out “Beyond Broadcast: Participatory Culture to Participatory Democracy”
www.beyondbroadcast.net. I plan to be there.
On Friday, February 23 I’ll be on a panel at Public Media 2007, a conference organized by online/tech staff in public broadcasting to present on [...]

Minnesota Governor Candidates to Debate Online – Opening Statements on YouTube

Thursday, September 28th, 2006

Here is what is keeping me busy, very busy these days. The whole “tagging” to gather “Voter Voices” in multimedia idea is new and quite exciting. Please help spread the word. – Steven Clift, dowire.org and e-democracy.org
For Immediate Release
ALL CANDIDATES FOR MINNESOTA GOVERNOR AGREE TO NATION’S ONLY STATEWIDE ONLINE DEBATE
MINNESOTA GUBERNATORIAL E-DEBATE TO RUN OCTOBER [...]

E-democracy webcasts, new videocasts from 1st International Symposium on Local E-Democracy

Wednesday, June 7th, 2006

For every person who made it to Minneapolis last year for the 1st International Symposium on Local E-Democracy, two people expressed interest in being there.
Now available on-demand, thanks to public-i for hosting and St. Paul Neighborhood Network for taping, are the main day’s sessions for your viewing pleasure from:
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