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Dec 17, 2007 8:16am

open gov

Last week, Carl Malamud had Shawn and I as guests at his Open Government Working Group meeting, held in O'Reilly's Sebastopol offices.

Ethan Zuckerman has one of the more comprehensive write-ups of this excellent event, as do John Geraci and Nat Torkington. Joseph Hall recorded Shawn's O.G. gang sign for posterity.

All I've got is this bag of links to mentioned projects and people, and the lasting conviction that Tom Steinberg's guruhood derives from him having tried everything.


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