Archive for the 'State' Category

Connecting on Facebook, MySpace, and YouTube

Wednesday, December 12th, 2007

I’ve claimed a bit of space in the social networking world for those interested in e-democracy and the efforts of E-Democracy.Org. We will use these spaces to connect those active on those platforms who want to show their support for our non-partisan “local up” model of building democracy online. We also look forward to [...]

Ten Practical Online Steps for Government Support of Democracy

Tuesday, November 6th, 2007

Special invite – Join the Democracies Online Newswire from:
The U.S. federal government’s General Services Administration just published an amazing 47 page collection of shorter articles on “How E-Government is Changing Society and Strengthen Democracy” (2MB PDF) – also in Word without images.
Below is my published short article titled “Join the Evolution – [...]

I need your help

Wednesday, October 31st, 2007

Last year, over one hundred of you endorsed my work when I was in the final stages of my Ashoka application process. It was very humbling. Ashoka was impressed.
I need your help again. Now that I am focused on building E-Democracy.Org full-time, we’ve reached a key moment where we must raise funds to meet the [...]

Job – US Voter Guide Toolkit Campaign Leader – e-thePeople

Wednesday, October 24th, 2007

Anyone looking for a job? Know a good candidate?
Apply or pass this along.
Steven Clift
From: Michael Weiksner []
Sent: Monday, October 22, 2007 9:26 PM
Subject: Can you recommend someone for this job: Voter Guide Toolkit Campaign Leader at
I am writing to ask for your help.
I am recruiting project manager for our election initiative in 2008. [...]

Building democracy online – E-Democracy.Org shares strategic plan, invites participation

Wednesday, August 8th, 2007

I am busier than ever building democracy online.
As a DoWire member, you wouldn’t know that because I’ve been so light with Newswire posts.
With the support of my Ashoka Fellowship I am focused like a laser on building out E-Democracy.Org as a global “local” Internet-era democracy movement. This is fun. This is challenging. This will make [...]

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