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December 2, 2008 in Ideas, News | 3 comments
Open-Government.us has some principles for Change.gov (our government-in-waiting). I just signed the petition.
Mostly I’d like documents to be in .html or .txt, instead of .doc and .pdf, or worse. That would be a great start.
Amyloo on December 2, 2008 at 12:39 pm
“Or worse.” LOL.
What I’d like: all the transactions related to the bailout, but not just to read, to download the way the Census Bureau provides its data for demographers. Clear the way for some hotshot grad student to crunch and munch and see what’s really going on.
Doc Searls on December 2, 2008 at 3:50 pm
That’s right, Amyloo. If it’s data and not just text, the data should be in an open and readable format.
Sean on December 2, 2008 at 4:44 pm
We will never know what is really going on – isn’t that the point?
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@Suw @TMobile far from perfect, but so much better than the alternatives. No contest, FAIK.
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@jackwilliambell also need to know how. And who they share data with or sell it to. Specifically. Thanks!
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@jackwilliambell I have heard that @BMW and @VW won't make their cars "Datakraken."
This is what we are getting, unlimited, from US @TMobile in London now: pic.twitter.com/zcf2WHcNZR
Because phones are more personal than cars: bit.ly/phvscar. Responds to this @RadioInk item: bit.ly/2blp8uT
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