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Data in the City

On Monday of this week I attended a hearing in New York City organized by the Technology and Government Committee of the New York City Council. On the agenda was a proposal (Int. No. 991) regarding the use of open...
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A Few Predictions for 2009

Last week I asked my colleagues on the W3C staff to predict Web trends in 2009. I compiled (with some editing) a few of the predictions I received. Naturally, these informal utterances are not endorsements and do not represent W3C...
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Improving access to Government through better use of the Web

It’s no secret that just as the web has revolutionized business, the media, and many other parts of our lives, it is also revolutionizing how governments and citizens interact, and how government provide services. But how to do it well is still something of a black art. This post looks at the opportunities the Web provides governments, the challenges, and the role of the W3C in helping to develop underlying, interoperable technologies with which to build these services.
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