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  • Speeding the delivery of Web2.0 capabilities into government

    IT leaders in government are wrestling with several competing forces in the Web2.0 world. The greatest force is a push for change towards more user-focused computing.  But a resisting counter force threatens to delay this change. The counter force here is institutional inertia. Big organizations are just slow to change, and the larger, more complex […] More

  • Bush's Bloggers - top government contractors - best government contracting event

    Bush’s Bloggers

    United States Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff recently launched a blog in what he hopes will “open a dialogue with the American people about our nation's security.“ Started in the middle of September, the blog, described by the Department of Homeland Security as a Leadership Journal, has picked up steam to several posts a […] More

  • Web 2.0 Lexicon - top government contractors - best government contracting event

    Web 2.0 Lexicon

    If you've spent any time in front of a computer in the last two years you're likely to have come across a variety of new tools being touted, sometimes loudly, as the ultimate solution for any business. Often under the dubious moniker Web 2.0, this menu of tools ranges from blogs and podcasts to RSS […] More

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    Ted Leonsis to Keynote Web 2.0 Conference

    Ted Leonsis, Washington Capitals owner and Vice Chairman of America Online, Inc has agreed to be the keynote speaker at New New Internet’s Web 2.0 for Business Conference this November. Ted doesn't just give lip service to social media tools like blogging. He lives and breathes Web 2.0. His blog, Ted’s Take, is a perfect […] More

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