Loyal readers who have read this blog since the beginning (both of you) will remember that this blog really got a jump start last October when I participated in a 48 hour codeathon organized by my pal Silona Bonewald, founder of the League of Technical Voters.
Well, I’m back at it again!
We’re in the eighth hour of a 30 hour codeathon at Tek Republik in Austin.
I’m chomping at the bit waiting to test his coding to see if it could be a tool for collating the reports our citizen journalists will write about the forums taking place across the country. This tool could perhaps support online issue framing using the National Issues Framing methodology. I am also experimenting with a collaborative web site tool, wetpaint (actually an easy to use wiki) for librarians to frame a national conversation on privacy.
So many toys, so many ways to change the world, so little time!