Sandy Heierbacher points to Political Screaming Match, a new service that arranges phone conversations between two people with opposing views on political topics: Have an animated political discussion with a perfect stranger right now! All conversations are anonymous and the other party will *not* receive your phone number (unless you give it to them over [...]
Tiago Peixoto via Facebook points to Dead Ushahidi, a tongue-in-cheek -- or so I presume -- effort "to map dead maps (duh.)." From the about page: Using crowdsourcing tech like Ushahidi maps without doing the strategic and programmatic ground work is likely not going to work or change much of anything. Trying to crowdscource a map without a [...]
Here are our most popular posts in an otherwise rather quiet (on this blog, at least) June: What Is Government 2.0? What Is Public Participation? 2012 Event and Conference Radar Thanks for reading along!