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As a way to spend a Saturday I should really spend with my family and doing chores, attending the Bridging the Gap Think Tank wasn't too bad an option. Sure, family is (almost) always better, but I'm passionate about this stuff. I was surprised to find...

I've worked in and around government a long time - probably 20 years or more now. And much of that in or around IT and web units in government departments. Today's announcement by the Special Minister of State that Federal agencies are now required to consider...

I wrote a piece about #cablegate last week in the context of open government. Since then I've read and thought about it much more, and my view hasn't changed. Here in Australia, the response from the media and politicians is largely as vacant of substance as...

It's taken several months from inception to release, and it's undergone a number of changes and additions since I last saw it, but a project acidlabs contributed to for AGIMO several months ago - The Government 2.0 Primer - has finally been released. And with...

This item was written for Government Technology Review and will be published in the December 2010 edition. There’s an uncomfortable feeling in the open government world at the moment. Many of us, keen to see the agencies we work for and with embrace a more open way...

For the second year in a row, acidlabs has made it into the Top 50 Australian Marketing Blogs as compiled and ranked by Julian Cole. We're a little further down the list, at #18 in 2010, than we were in 2009. Mostly, we attribute that to...

SmartCompany and noted Australian business journalist, Brad Howarth, have included acidlabs in their list of Australia’s 25 top business blogs. That's quite the call, and we're especially proud of being included. Whether we're working with clients, writing about our views, delivering conference talks or organising events like...

Now that government has been formed, we get to return to business. This raises some real questions for those interested in Government 2.0 and open government in this country. Given Labor has been returned, albeit in a singularly interesting and different form, the work of the...