Revision as of 21:09, 18 January 2008 by Admin
- The presentation audio, discussion audio (low quality sound, high quality content) and slides (view) (download) for this event are available.
- What: Great Expectations: After the vote - citizens online, e-democracy in governance, and White House 2.0
- A presentation and facilitated discussion with Steven Clift, one of the first Internet and politics/government gurus dating back to 1993.
- Full details with background links available including his article titled "Ten Practical Online Steps for Government Support of Democracy
- 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.
- Steven Clift, E-Democracy.Org *
- John Wonderlich, Sunlight Foundation
- Malou Tiquia, Publicus Co., Ltd.
- 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
- Alan Rosenblatt, Center for American Progress and E-Democracy.org
- Julie Segal Walters, Democracy Lab, AmericaSpeaks
- Susanna Haas Lyons, AmericaSpeaks
- Thaddeus Ferber, Youth Policy Action Center
- Matt Leighninger, Deliberative Democracy Consortium *
- Chuck Georgo, NOWHERETOHIDE.ORG *
- Patricia Bonner, USEPA
- Emily Feldman, American Association of Law Libraries
- Paul Blumenthal, Sunlight Foundation
- Daniel Schaub, U.S. Department of State
- Joseph Graf, American University
- Kelli Emerick, Secure ID Coalition
- Lisa McAvoy, GalleryWatch
- Meredith Cicerchia, Wireless Communications Association International
- Edwin Davis, Common Cause
- Alexis Fabbri, Washington Internet Daily
- Karen Reilly, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America
- Heather West, CDT
- Kathy McShea, Emerald Strategies, Inc.
- Jack Bienko, Big Bros Big Sisters Org
- John McNutt, University of Delaware
- Lucas Cioffi, DeepDebate
- Elizabeth McLean, LWVMD
- Betsy Morris, Planning for Sustainable Communities / Cohousing/US
- Marc Chimes, Celadon Communications, Inc. *
- Sheila Campbell, USA.gov
- Jared Ford, NDI
- Jake Patoski, NDI
- Angela Canterbury, Public Citizen
- Andrew Burnette, Worldwatch Institute
- Peggy Garvin, Garvin Information Consulting
- Nicole Guerra, Georgetown University
- David Witzel, Forum One Communications
- Mike Minks, Youth Service America - ServiceVote
- Lisa Nelson, General Services Administration
- Christopher J. Dorobek, Federal Computer Week
- Ashley Terban, The Nancy Bocskor Company *
- Patrice McDermott, Chris Green, Vivek Shah, OpenTheGovernment.org
- Charles Kaylor, Public Sphere Information Group
- Adrienne Royer, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
- Greg Simpson, New Media Communications, Inc.
- Darlene.Meskell, GSA Intergovernmental Solutions
- Gregory Burnett, CDT
- Salem Paulos, Ashoka-US
- 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
The room capacity is 70, so be sure to help spread the word.
- Detailed Description: On this page.
- Sponsors: This event is hosted by the Institute for Politics, Democracy, and the Internet at George Washington University (and host of the March 2008 Politics Online conference) and co-hosted by the Sunlight Foundation, Ashoka - Innovators for the Public, the Deliberative Democracy Consortium, and the Center for Democracy and Technology.