Archive for November, 2005

Sharing Canadian election links – DoWire Wiki

Wednesday, November 30th, 2005

Let’s roll up our sleeves and collect Canadian election 2006 links via the DoWire Wiki.
This worked great for the UK elections. Let’s try it again.

Listen the Everyday Citizen Speech – Podcast

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2005

While I continue my paternity leave, I encourage you to listen to my one hour Everyday Citizen speech. Despite the fact that I buried it in my excited post about my new son Liam, we’ve had 100 listeners already. I figure we need 500 listeners to bring me out of my blogging leave. [...]

E-Democracy for Kuwait

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2005

This is the first time I’ve seen the term e-democracy mentioned in Middle Eastern e-government circles. Excellent.
Al-Faris builds the e-Government portal for Kuwait Council of Ministers:
The Council Of Ministries E.Portal project helping COM to activate its role and develop the utilizing of information technology in performance and serving the governmental decisions by activating reading, [...]

Will my first child be an e-citizen? An everyday citizen. Audio podcast of Everyday Citizen speech by Steven Clift

Monday, November 14th, 2005

Something wonderful happened last week. Liam Thomas Clift was born. This is the first child and son for my wife Laurel and I. Despite being surrounded with digital equipment, the miracle of birth is about the amazing power of life. Liam and Laurel are both doing great. The first nights home in Minneapolis [...]

Mobile Voter – Voter Registration Forms Requested by SMS

Friday, November 4th, 2005

Check out the Mobile Voter – Txt:Politic Blog from the Mobile Voter project in San Francisco. The article “Want to vote? Text me now” from CNet is of note.


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