FCW Insider: E-government blogs worth reading
So I got an e-mail message awhile ago -- too long ago, frankly. Ugh! What can I say... Anyway, the person who sent the e-mail message asked for insights about good e-government blogs. In Web 2.0 fashion, I'll post about it here and we can tap into one another's knowledge.
Frankly, there just aren't that many e-government blogs out there.
: There is a site, creatively named egovblog.com. It has been around for awhile, but it not updated regularly. The egovblog covers e-governement developments worldwide. EGovBlog can be found at www.egovblog.com
* E-Government News
: This site also has been around for awhile. EGovNews essentially pulls together links to other sites writing about e-government. It is updated sporadically -- the most recent post, for example, was Dec. 10. But it occasionally taps into stories that I may have missed. Find E-Government News at www.egovnews.org
* E-Government Bulletin
: I can't tell who publishes this Web site, but there is a lot of interesting e-government stuff in this blog. It is updated regularly and covers e-government issues worldwide. It can be found at www.headstar.com/voxpolitics
: This site isn't an e-gov blog, specifically. Rather, it looks at Web issues with occasional touches into e-government issues. The blog is well worth reading and often raises issues that, although are not e-gov specific, have a definite impact on e-gov. It can be found at www.readwriteweb.com.
: This is a site that I just found, but it has a wide array of interesting stories that I think people following e-government would want to read. Find BeSpacific at www.bespacific.com
I'd be curious to hear if anyone else has e-gov blogs that they follow or that they have found useful. Post 'em here... or let me know about them
, and I'll tell folks about them.
Meanwhile, find these sites and others that I have tagged as e-goverment on the delicious social bookmarking site at del.icio.us/cdorobek/egovernment
. Or sites that others have tagged as e-government can be found at del.icio.us/tag/egovernment
Posted by Christopher J. Dorobek on Dec 26, 2007 at 12:17 PM