Tag: Open Government

Canadian Open Government, Part 4 The Ugly

Richard Pietro is back with part 4 of his series on Canada’s Open Government & Open Data movements. Since he considers himself a Fanboy of Open Gov, he’s using a classic movie, and a classic writing tool, to deliver his perspective…The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Check Part 1 here, Part 2 here, and Part 3 here.

Open Government: State of the Confederation

Richard Pietro gives us a rundown of Canada’s Open Government & Open Data movements. Since he considers himself a Fanboy of Open Gov, he’s using a classic movie, and a classic writing tool, to deliver his perspective…The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Check Part 1 here and Part 2 here.

Canadian Open Government Part 2, The Good..continued

Richard Pietro is back, he is giving us a rundown of Canada’s Open Government & Open Data movements. Since he considers himself a Fanboy of Open Gov, he’s using a classic movie, and a classic writing tool, to deliver his perspective…The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Check Part 1 by clicking here.   The Good…continued By: Richard Pietro, Host … Continued

Canada’s Open Government & Open Data Movements

Richard Pietro joins ELGL to bring his take on Canada and the Open Government movement. He describes himself as “an Open Government Fanboy who creates Civic Engagement as Art.” He doesn’t work for industry, or government; He’s just a highly engaged citizen.  You can learn more about his work at MyEinsteinJob.blogspot.ca or via The Open … Continued

New Feature: Open Government with Richard Pietro

Open government is a global issue as you’ll realize in our new series with Richard Pietro, founding member of CitizenBridge,org.  Richard has banged the open government drum in Canada, and now, he’s invading the United States. We’ll feature Richard’s articles and podcast (co-hosted by Sameer Vasta) as he encourages you to keep moving towards having … Continued

LO City Council KOs Open Government

Lake Oswego City Council stiffs the public on open government By The Oregonian Editorial Board Would-be Lake Oswego mayor Greg Macpherson ran last fall as a consensus candidate disturbed by the frequently contentious split among city councilors over spending and development issues. Kent Studebaker won that raceby about 150 votes, the result being what might euphemistically be called a … Continued

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