September 17th, 2009 | Published in Google Public Policy
(Cross-posted from the Google Public Sector Blog.)
If you weren't able to make the Gov 2.0 Summit last week in DC, you're in luck - videos of most presentations are now online.
A few Googlers had the chance to participate as speakers.
John Markoff of the New York Times led a discussion about developing an effective platform with TCP/IP creator and Googler Vint Cerf, Twitter founder Jack Dorsey and Facebook's Tim Sparapani.
And as we mentioned on a previous post, Tim O'Reilly interviewed Google's Chief Economist Hal Varian about how government can take advantage of real time data and economic indicators.
We'll post an update when Ola Rosling's presentation on public data search and visualization is online.