"Government" Blogs & Blog Posts

purecaffeine.compurecaffeine.com

Nathanael Boehm on user experience design, social media and Government 2.0.

 
Councillor Bob PiperCouncillor Bob Piper

Blog by Sandwell Labour councillor Bob Piper. Not New Labour, Not Old Labou...

 
eaves.caeaves.ca

Public policy, open source, re-thinking government, gov 2.0, network thinki...

 
Mike's Blog about Drupal, Accessibility, Activism & GovernmentMike's Blog about Drupal, Accessibility, Activism & Government

A blog with a collection of posts on subjects related to OpenConcept's...

 
FiveThirtyEightFiveThirtyEight

In-depth analysis and statistical models on political happenings

 
North Coast VoicesNorth Coast Voices

Group blog from regional Australia posting on politics, society, the arts, ...

 
William DipiniWilliam Dipini

Blog about politics, government and culture, as well as personal notes.

 


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NASA's ambitious mission to go closer to the Sun than ever before is set to launch in the small hours between Friday and Saturday — at 3:33 AM Eastern from Kennedy Space Center in Florida, to be precise. The Parker Solar Probe, after a handful of g...

Donald Trump became President for a couple of fundamental reasons. Immigration was certainly a key component.  Building a border wall and enforcing our laws – resonated. Putting an end to the US getting robbed over and over again by nations th...

In the great Aaron Sorkin based-upon-real-life movie “Charlie Wilson’s War” there is a brief yet very apt exchange between Texas Representative Charlie Wilson and CIA agent Gust Avrakotos: Wilson: “No, I don’t understand…because I’m stu...

A hate group masquerading as a watchdog gets named and shamed The post Jeff Sessions Serves Notice on a Notorious Hate Group appeared first on RedState.

The FCC has come clean on the fact that a purported hack of its comment system last year never actually took place, after a report from its Inspector General found a lack of evidence supporting the idea. Chairman Ajit Pai blamed the former Chief Info...

Clear, the biometrics company you've probably seen at airports and at a few other prominent queues, is rolling out the capability to simultaneously verify your ID and pay for an alcoholic drink with your fingerprint. It's only at Seattle's CenturyLin...

Last week, it was revealed by a sharp-eyed Redditor that the information kiosks at a mall in Calgary, Canada, were full of software designed to track the age and sex of anyone that stopped to use it. Pretty damn greasy. Greasier still, the management...