“The future structure and exercise of political power will resemble the medieval model more than the Westphalian one,” Zielonka says. “The latter is about concentration of power, sovereignty and clear-cut identity.” Neo-medievalism, on the other hand, means overlapping authorities, divided sovereignty, multiple identities and governing institutions, and fuzzy borders.
“Trust is a feeling, a distinctly human experience. Simply doing everything that you promised you’re going to does not mean that people will trust you, it just means that you’re reliable.”
“We’re doing this for your own good, you’ll be better off and you’ll thank us for it.” Um, no. Probably not.
Using WebDAV integration with MediaWiki provides a much more user friendly experience for uploading and working with files on MediaWiki.
In his talk at the Enterprise MediaWiki Conference 2016 in New York Jason Bock informed about some social aspects they built into the system also implemented by the functions of Semantic Mediawiki. […] Source: Military Wiki: Standard Profile, Article Rating and Gamification – BlueSpice Blog
Marketing inherited a model of exchange from economics, which had a dominant logic based on the exchange of “goods”, which usually are manufactured output. The dominant logic focused on tangible resources, embedded value, and transactions. Over the past several decades, new perspectives have emerged that have a revised logic focused on intangible resources, the co-creation […]
When did corporations becomes instruments of value extraction instead of value creation?
Notes from the June 2016 meetup of the SDN STL chapter. Behind the Federal Front Door: Citizen-Centered Service Design (Brad Nunnally) Ninety-four percent of federal IT projects are over budget / schedule. Huge budget (in the $Bs), most of maintenance and legacy. Brad is from 18F. All products they create are open source (free […]
Recent research has made clear what many folks have personally experienced: The federal government needs to improve how it interacts with the public. Enter the Federal Front Door, an initiative to improve public-government interactions across the board. Source: Federal Front Door
18F builds effective, user-centric digital services focused on the interaction between government and the people and businesses it serves. Source: 18F Digital Services Delivery