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* The [http://dowire.org/media/cliftgreatexpectations.mp3 presentation audio], [http://dowire.org/media/greatexpectionsdiscussion.mp3 discussion audio (low quality sound, high quality content)] and [http://www.slideshare.net/netclift/great-expectations-after-the-vote-citizens-online-edemocracy-in-governance-and-white-house-20 slides (view)] [http://dowire.org/present/greatexpectations.ppt (download)] for this event are available.
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* '''What: Great Expectations: After the vote - citizens online, e-democracy in governance, and White House 2.0'''
 
* '''What: Great Expectations: After the vote - citizens online, e-democracy in governance, and White House 2.0'''
 
** A presentation and facilitated discussion with [http://stevenclift.com Steven Clift], one of the first Internet and politics/government gurus dating back to 1993.
 
** A presentation and facilitated discussion with [http://stevenclift.com Steven Clift], one of the first Internet and politics/government gurus dating back to 1993.
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* '''When:''' 3-5 p.m, Wednesday, January 9th, 2008
 
* '''When:''' 3-5 p.m, Wednesday, January 9th, 2008
  
* '''Where:'''  State Room, 6th Floor Elliott School (1957 E Street NW), George Washington University - Paid parking available in building.
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* '''Where:'''  State Room, 7th Floor Elliott School (1957 E Street NW), George Washington University - Paid parking available in building.
 
** Bonus: Post-event happy hour gathering at [http://www.karmadc.com Karma] at corner of 19th and "I".
 
** Bonus: Post-event happy hour gathering at [http://www.karmadc.com Karma] at corner of 19th and "I".
  
* '''Cost:'''  Free.  
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* '''Cost:'''  Free and open to the public.  
** ''A voluntary donation to E-Democracy.Org is encouraged at the event by check or [http://e-democracy.org/donate.html donate now online].
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** ''If you like, you may make a voluntary donation to E-Democracy.Org at the event by check or [http://e-democracy.org/donate.html donate now online].
 
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# John Wonderlich, Sunlight Foundation
 
# John Wonderlich, Sunlight Foundation
 
# Malou Tiquia, Publicus Co., Ltd.
 
# Malou Tiquia, Publicus Co., Ltd.
# J.H. Snider, iSolon.org
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# J.H. Snider, iSolon.org and Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics & Public Policy (spring semester)
 
# John Kamensky, IBM Center for The Business of Government
 
# John Kamensky, IBM Center for The Business of Government
 
# Alan Rosenblatt, Center for American Progress and E-Democracy.org
 
# Alan Rosenblatt, Center for American Progress and E-Democracy.org
# Your Name, Organization
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# Julie Segal Walters, Democracy Lab, AmericaSpeaks
# Your Name, Organization
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# Susanna Haas Lyons, AmericaSpeaks
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# Thaddeus Ferber, Youth Policy Action Center
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# Matt Leighninger, Deliberative Democracy Consortium *
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# Chuck Georgo, NOWHERETOHIDE.ORG *
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# Patricia Bonner, USEPA
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# Emily Feldman, American Association of Law Libraries
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# Paul Blumenthal, Sunlight Foundation
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# Daniel Schaub, U.S. Department of State
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# Joseph Graf, American University
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# Kelli Emerick, Secure ID Coalition
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# Lisa McAvoy, GalleryWatch
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# Meredith Cicerchia, Wireless Communications Association International
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# Edwin Davis, Common Cause
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# Alexis Fabbri, Washington Internet Daily
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# Karen Reilly, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America
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# Heather West, CDT
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# Kathy McShea, Emerald Strategies, Inc.
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# Jack Bienko, Big Bros Big Sisters Org
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# John McNutt, University of Delaware
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# Lucas Cioffi, DeepDebate
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# Elizabeth McLean, LWVMD
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# Betsy Morris, Planning for Sustainable Communities / Cohousing/US
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# Marc Chimes, Celadon Communications, Inc. *
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# Sheila Campbell, USA.gov
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# Jared Ford, NDI
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# Jake Patoski, NDI
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# Angela Canterbury, Public Citizen
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# Andrew Burnette, Worldwatch Institute
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# Peggy Garvin, Garvin Information Consulting
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# Nicole Guerra, Georgetown University
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# David Witzel, Forum One Communications
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# Mike Minks, Youth Service America - ServiceVote
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# Lisa Nelson, General Services Administration
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# Christopher J. Dorobek, Federal Computer Week
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# Ashley Terban, The Nancy Bocskor Company *
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# Patrice McDermott, Chris Green, Vivek Shah, OpenTheGovernment.org
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# Charles Kaylor, Public Sphere Information Group
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# Adrienne Royer, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
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# Greg Simpson, New Media Communications, Inc.
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# Darlene.Meskell, GSA Intergovernmental Solutions
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# Gregory Burnett, CDT
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# Salem Paulos, Ashoka-US
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# Allison Frieze, Ashoka-US
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Simply [http://pages.e-democracy.org/index.php?title=Great_Expectations&action=edit&section=1 edit], add your name to this list and look for the "save page" button. Questions or trouble RSVPing via the website, contact: clift@publicus.net
  
Simply [http://pages.e-democracy.org/index.php?title=Great_Expectations&action=edit&section=1 edit] and add your name to this list. Questions, contact: clift@publicus.net
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The room capacity is 70, so be sure to help spread the word.
  
 
==More Details==
 
==More Details==
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* '''Detailed Description:''' [[Great Expectations event in Washington DC|On this page.]]
 
* '''Detailed Description:''' [[Great Expectations event in Washington DC|On this page.]]
  
* '''Sponsors:''' This event is hosted by the [http://ipdi.org Institute for Politics, Democracy, and the Internet] at George Washington University (and host of the March 2008 Politics Online conference) and co-hosted by [http://ashoka.org/ Ashoka - Innovators for the Public], the [http://www.deliberative-democracy.net/ Deliberative Democracy Consortium], and the [http://www.cdt.org Center for Democracy and Technology].
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* '''Sponsors:''' This event is hosted by the [http://ipdi.org Institute for Politics, Democracy, and the Internet] at George Washington University (and host of the [http://polc.ipdi.org/ March 2008 Politics Online conference]) and co-hosted by the [http://www.sunlightfoundation.com/ Sunlight Foundation], [http://ashoka.org/ Ashoka - Innovators for the Public], the [http://www.deliberative-democracy.net/ Deliberative Democracy Consortium], and the [http://www.cdt.org Center for Democracy and Technology].
  
 
* ''' Online Networking:''' Everyone is invited to join the new [http://groups.dowire.org/groups/us U.S. Democracy Online Exchange at DoWire.Org] to continue event discussions as well as the [http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=5525119403 E-Democracy.Org supporters group on Facebook].
 
* ''' Online Networking:''' Everyone is invited to join the new [http://groups.dowire.org/groups/us U.S. Democracy Online Exchange at DoWire.Org] to continue event discussions as well as the [http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=5525119403 E-Democracy.Org supporters group on Facebook].

Latest revision as of 21:09, 18 January 2008


  • When: 3-5 p.m, Wednesday, January 9th, 2008
  • Where: State Room, 7th Floor Elliott School (1957 E Street NW), George Washington University - Paid parking available in building.
    • Bonus: Post-event happy hour gathering at Karma at corner of 19th and "I".
  • Cost: Free and open to the public.
    • If you like, you may make a voluntary donation to E-Democracy.Org at the event by check or donate now online.

RSVP - Join our Who's Who List of Attendees

  • RSVP Requested HERE via Wiki - Space is Limited:
    • Please RSVP by pressing edit to add your name to this wiki page. Please add an "*" at the end of your name if you hope to join us for happy hour at Karma after the event.
  1. Steven Clift, E-Democracy.Org *
  2. John Wonderlich, Sunlight Foundation
  3. Malou Tiquia, Publicus Co., Ltd.
  4. J.H. Snider, iSolon.org and Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics & Public Policy (spring semester)
  5. John Kamensky, IBM Center for The Business of Government
  6. Alan Rosenblatt, Center for American Progress and E-Democracy.org
  7. Julie Segal Walters, Democracy Lab, AmericaSpeaks
  8. Susanna Haas Lyons, AmericaSpeaks
  9. Thaddeus Ferber, Youth Policy Action Center
  10. Matt Leighninger, Deliberative Democracy Consortium *
  11. Chuck Georgo, NOWHERETOHIDE.ORG *
  12. Patricia Bonner, USEPA
  13. Emily Feldman, American Association of Law Libraries
  14. Paul Blumenthal, Sunlight Foundation
  15. Daniel Schaub, U.S. Department of State
  16. Joseph Graf, American University
  17. Kelli Emerick, Secure ID Coalition
  18. Lisa McAvoy, GalleryWatch
  19. Meredith Cicerchia, Wireless Communications Association International
  20. Edwin Davis, Common Cause
  21. Alexis Fabbri, Washington Internet Daily
  22. Karen Reilly, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America
  23. Heather West, CDT
  24. Kathy McShea, Emerald Strategies, Inc.
  25. Jack Bienko, Big Bros Big Sisters Org
  26. John McNutt, University of Delaware
  27. Lucas Cioffi, DeepDebate
  28. Elizabeth McLean, LWVMD
  29. Betsy Morris, Planning for Sustainable Communities / Cohousing/US
  30. Marc Chimes, Celadon Communications, Inc. *
  31. Sheila Campbell, USA.gov
  32. Jared Ford, NDI
  33. Jake Patoski, NDI
  34. Angela Canterbury, Public Citizen
  35. Andrew Burnette, Worldwatch Institute
  36. Peggy Garvin, Garvin Information Consulting
  37. Nicole Guerra, Georgetown University
  38. David Witzel, Forum One Communications
  39. Mike Minks, Youth Service America - ServiceVote
  40. Lisa Nelson, General Services Administration
  41. Christopher J. Dorobek, Federal Computer Week
  42. Ashley Terban, The Nancy Bocskor Company *
  43. Patrice McDermott, Chris Green, Vivek Shah, OpenTheGovernment.org
  44. Charles Kaylor, Public Sphere Information Group
  45. Adrienne Royer, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
  46. Greg Simpson, New Media Communications, Inc.
  47. Darlene.Meskell, GSA Intergovernmental Solutions
  48. Gregory Burnett, CDT
  49. Salem Paulos, Ashoka-US
  50. Allison Frieze, Ashoka-US

Simply edit, add your name to this list and look for the "save page" button. Questions or trouble RSVPing via the website, contact: clift@publicus.net

The room capacity is 70, so be sure to help spread the word.

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