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:
My June 21, 2010 testimony to the New York City Council regarding Council bill Int. 029 regarding opening up New York City’s government data online… My bit begins at the 6:30 minute mark:
9 minute video interview from Gov 2.0 Expo in June 2010 on Internet Evolution TV regarding our open government work in the New York State Senate:
My O’Reilly interview at Gov 2.0 Expo in DC last week; please excuse the choppy quality, which seems to cut out 3-5 words every 30 seconds or so!
Radio interview after Drupalcon about our NYSenate work on open government / Gov 2.0 with open-source, Drupal specifically: listen here.