Future of the Internet: Role of the Web and New Media in the Public Sector
Pew Internet Director Lee Rainie discusses the latest Pew Internet data about the triple revolution in technology – in broadband, in mobile, and in social networking – and how these changes affect e-government and e-health activities by citizens.
Emerging Trends in E-Government
Senior Research Specialist Aaron Smith will discuss “Emerging Trends in E-Government” on a panel at the Digital Citizen Satisfaction Summit in Washington, DC.
National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
Susannah Fox presented Pew Internet’s latest research on peer-to-peer healthcare and mobile access.
Government Online: The 3 “P’s” of Success | GovDelivery
Senior research specilist Aaron Smith spoke about the latest Pew Internet research about public attitudes toward engaging with the government online. (Updated with slides)
Trends in Online Government
Senior Research Specialist Aaron Smith discussed the Pew Internet Project’s findings related to e-government at Digital Government Institute’s annual conference.
Health 2.0 DC: Passion and Execution at Scale
I think conferences are deeply affected by the spirit of their host city. San Francisco has its hackers and dreamers, Boston has its entrepreneurs and ivy, Paris has its pomp and worldliness. At Health 2.0 DC yesterday, my city showed that it ha…
Health 2.0 Goes to Washington
Susannah Fox talked about mobile, social health (and the power of being in the capital) at the first DC Health 2.0 conference in Washington, DC.
Making Health Data Sing (Even If It’s A Familiar Song)
The innovators being showcased today at the Community Health Data Initiative event are examples of people who want to talk about health disparities AND do something about it.
Lessons and Highlights from the Gov 2.0 Expo
The Gov 2.0 Expo was a smorgasbord of policy, technology, and citizen engagement. Aaron Smith and Susannah Fox share their notes.
Leveraging Social Media and the Mobile Internet in Health Messaging
A synthesis of the Pew Internet Project’s most recent research related to health and the participatory news consumer.