Sunday, November 21, 2010

UStream taken from the PubCamp National unconference @AmericanU

This was a session about Citizen 2.0

Friday, November 5, 2010

Let's Unconference

Scheduling the day The unconference allows participants to form their own agenda and sessions to more widely share expertise and explore the issues of Civil Society 2.0.

This is the bottom line with regards to all things in the future the Citizen have to get together and form their own agenda as then Biz2.0 Gov2.0 Edu2.0 is all waiting for us.


Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Looking forward to Tech@State's Civil Society 2.0 initiative

The third edition of Tech@State is coming November 4-5, 2010, in collaboration with the World Bank. The event is already full, but can be viewed online at live and after the event. This Tech@State will address Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's Civil Society 2.0 initiative. The conference will explore applications of technology to ensure civil society organizations operate more effectively and collaboratively.

On November 4, 2010, the morning activities will start at the George C. Marshall Center at the Department of State, with presentations to introduce aspects of the Civil Society 2.0 concept, followed by discussions on five civil society topic areas:

  • Democracy Transparency and Civic Engagement
  • Promoting Economic Opportunity
  • The Role of Science, Tech, Environment
  • Disaster Risk Management
  • Civil Society and Government in Fragile States

November 4, 2010 Schedule

And of course  the "Unconference" on November 5, 2010
On November 5, 2010, the "Unconference" will start with breakfast at the World Bank. Opening remarks will be presented by David Weinberger, Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School, and Wayne Moses Burke, Open Forum Foundation. The unconference allows participants to form their own agenda and sessions to more widely share expertise and explore the issues of Civil Society 2.0.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

signed up to be sponsor so we'll be there

PublicMediaCamp '10

Saturday, November 20, 2010 at 8:30 AM to Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 5:00 PM (ET)

Washington, United States

American University
4400 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, 20016

NPR, PBS, AU & iStrategyLabs

The inaugural national event will be co-hosted by NPR, PBS and AU’s Center for Social Media, in conjunction with iStrategyLabs.

With us HelpEarthFoundation doing our part as sponsors and participating as a socialmedia citizen

Friday, September 17, 2010

National Conference on Citizenship is Today

September 17, 2010
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Library of Congress, Washington DC

The 2010 National Conference on Citizenship, “BIG Citizenship: Citizens as Catalysts and Innovators,” will explore the powerful role civic innovators are playing in fostering societies that are informed, engaged, giving and trusting.

Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will participate in a keynote conversation. TIME Magazine Managing Editor Rick Stengel will receive the “Citizen of the Year” Award.

Looking forward to being at the even and updating this blog as to who, what and where this leads us all on our way to Citizen 2.0

Registration is closed. See the Attendee List or watch online.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Welcome to Citizen 2.ORG

We have all ready of Web 2.0 and Gov 2.0 Well!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!     Now it's time for Citizen 2.Org

This is where we go from wired  to swarms of connected cosmic citizen that are using this communications revolution (like CrisisCamps with #Haiti #equdor #gullspill #boulderfire and many other Random Hacks of Kindness) With this current 2010 Election cycle being the rise of the Cloud The Vote efforts. It if from this that we become what  the founders of the United States (((((((Early Cloud gov model)))))) wanted citizens to be now and then..  So now we know what we can do

What is Citizen 2.0.  It is someone that uses status updates for more then social reasons.  They want a street fixed, Shot it w/phone cam and upload it to Youtube.   Door not working for week at public library take a picture and Tweet it dont be passive be part of the communities online solutions. 

This is just one faucet of this citizens actions. they can help neighbors with lost dog pictures in social media they will find this is how they help themselves.   The entire world of Emergency Management has changed because of Social Media.   There are whole areas like #crisisdata where folks from every where are studying and then planning on how to respond to all hazards with the very things people do everyday.

This oneness connection also comes with the ability to find out where and what is happening any where in the world and that truly fosters us towards the  Cosmic Citizens that we are to become.  We are not alone and the rest of the world some of it digital is waiting for us to become the next stage of Citizen and it just seems like it would be as a............................................