10 Gov 2.0 Blogs to Track

Just last summer, “Gov 2.0” was anything but a buzzword, and social media was just coming into its own in the mainstream. This post is to clue you in to some of the great public and private sector bloggers who’ve helped blaze the trail. You probably know most of them, but maybe you’ll find one or two new. In no particular order:

Maxine Teller – MiXT Media

Ari Herzog – AriWriter

Steve Radick – Social Media Strategery

Jefferey Levy – Government 2.0 Beta

Mark Drapeau – Cheeky Fresh

Gwynne Kostin – On Dot-Gov

Andrew Kryzmarzick – Generation Shift

Nick Charney – CPSRenewal

Craig Newmark – CNewmark

Marylin Clark – Hello Happy Pitbulls (a special treat for dog lovers)

Who would you nominate? Who have I missed?

~ Adriel Hampton is a San Francisco public servant and host of the Gov 2.0 Radio podcast.

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15 thoughts on “10 Gov 2.0 Blogs to Track

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  3. Andrea, you’ve been doing great (controversial, the best kind!) work in this space. Thanks for dropping in.

  4. Wow – thanks Adriel! What great company I’m listed here with! Not just for their great thinking and experiences with all things Gov 2.0, but because they’re great people whom I enjoy talking with as well. I guess this is a good reminder for me to write another post, huh? 🙂

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  6. This is such an important topic, I wish more people would write about it, and not just spam other people’s ideas. Researched content is hard to find on the Internet these days.

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