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CapitolCamp 2010

More than 150 people convened in Albany on August 19th and 20th for CapitolCamp 2010, to conduct an open and frank full-day discussion about how to build a more transparent, efficient, and participatory State government by leveraging “Gov 2.0” technologies. Co-hosted by the New York State Senate and the Office of the CIO of New York State, CapitolCamp 2010 was broken into two days: a developers summit and an unconference.  Here’s video of the morning introductory session for the CapitolCamp unconference; my remarks about CapitolCamp and the work of the NYSenate CIO Office start 59:30 minutes in:

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PBS Television Interview regarding Open Senate

Quicktime of a WXXI TV interview that aired on PBS TV in Rochester on August 16th, 2010.  Annoyingly, the Quicktime viewer for this video doesn’t appear to play properly in Chrome or Firefox on OS X– try Safari.

Link to PBS TV Interview

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