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Ethan has interned for washingtonpost.com, mediabistro.com, WRNN-TV and Rep. Nita Lowey (D-N.Y.).
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Originally posted at Social Government.
Without a doubt, lots of (read: unprecedented) progress was made in the government 2.0 world in 2009. We saw the first federal CIO and CTOs appointed, the launch of Apps.gov and even the White House embracing the open source Drupal content management system fo… Read full post »
The possibilities for using Google Maps are endless. From showing where the nearest bus stop is to the devastation from Hurricane Katrina, the ever-popular mapping service has yet to see widespread adoption by the government, even though it should.
Google Maps makes data more digestible for average c… Read full post »
When President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 into law Tuesday, he announced that Recovery.gov, a Web site he first spoke about last month, was live. The new Web site is committed to transparently showing citizens where all of the $787 billion in the stimulus package… Read full post »