iCities is a Conference about Blogs, e-Government and Digital Participation.
Here come my notes for session I (part I).
Opening Session (part I)
Chairs Carmen Sánchez-Carazo
Digital Citizens vs. Analogue Institutions
These are the materials I’m using at the iCities: Primeras Jornadas sobre Blogs, e-Government y Participación Digital [First Conference on Blogs, e-Government and Digital Participation], for the opening speech, in which I take part on Friday 9th May 2008.
Estrategias 2.0, 8 Mayo 2008. [online]
Now that the conference is over, hearty and warmest thanks to Pablo Díaz and César Calderón for making the conference happen and for having invited me.
Ricard Ruiz de Querol deserves my sincerest gratitude for his always challenging insights about the Information Society. Jaume Moregó also pushed me to a project that payed back with good reflections. A good buch of this conference was inspired by them both, thank you. And also thanks to Julio Meneses for his lightning fast and valuable help with some graphic materials.
iCities 2008, Blogs, e-Government and Digital Participation (2008)
If you need to cite this article in a formal way (i.e. for bibliographical purposes) I dare suggest:
Peña-López, I. (2008) “iCities (Ia). Opening Session: Digital Citizens vs. Analogue Institutions” In ICTlogy,
#56, May 2008. Barcelona: ICTlogy.
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The title could be “La fuerza de algunos ciudadanos digitales vs. Instituciones analÃ³gicas” :-)
Hi Ismael. I was re-watching your conference and I have a question. On slide #11, “e-Goverment blogs”, there is no clear correlation, but you said it could be. Can you comment more on that?
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As usual, I began with a comment and ended up with a brand new post. Please read my answer here:
Blogs for e-Government: sufficient condition, but not necessary.