Resources

Knowledge Wikis
Social Media Subcouncil
OpenGov Playbook

Gov 2.0 Blogs
GovTwit blog
On-Dot Gov
Social Media Stategery
Cheeky Fresh
Government 2.0 Beta
Andrea DiMaio
Generation Shift
CPS Renewal
MiXT Media
Craig Newmark’s blog
Candi On Content
Citizen Tools
E-Democracy Project
WorldBlue
Open Budgets Blog
OpenSF

News, Content and Community
GovLoop
GovTwit
Govfresh
GovLuv
OhMyGov!
DorobekInsider
Democracies Online
Governing People
Gov 2.0 Radio

Twitter Lists
Gov 2.0 Radio’s Guests
GovLoop’s  ‘Cool Feds’
Adriel’s ‘Global Gov 2.0’
GovLoop’s ‘GovLoop Rockstars’

Podcasts on Collaboration
Spigit
IdeaScale
BrightIdea
UserVoice

Tools
Act.ly
NationBuilder
MixedInk
CrowdCampaign
Ning
PBWorks
WetPaint

Best Practices and Guides
State of Utah Social Media Guidelines (pdf)
Roanoke County Social Media policy (pdf)
IBM’s social media guidelines
The Air Force Social Media Guide (pdf)
State of Delaware Social Media Policy (pdf)
MuniGov 2.0 Guide to Second Life
Learning Pool’s Twitter guide
Adriel Hampton’s “Social Media Boot Camp”

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