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Knowledge Government by Carlos Guadián

K - Government Blog is a Carlos Guadián Orta's initiative, in order to to share and transmitte information and knowledge on all what implies the application of the Information Technologies and the Communication (ICT) to political, social and administrative processes.
At present, he works for TAO- gedas as Communication and Contents advisor, collaborating also with Própolis Club
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    Friday, July 15, 2005

    k-Gov Blogs in the e-Administration and the diffusion of the knowledge on e-Government k-Gov


    You, already, can download yourselves from Propolis the article that I have written based on the material that I used for the communication in the Internet Gobal Congress. According to Propolis:

    Carlos Guadián exposes in his article "Blogs in the e-Administration and the diffusion of the knowledge on e-Government" the advantages in the use of blogs, especially concerning the e-Government.

    Guadián highlights the easy use of the tool and the affordable and dynamic that is for the citizen, as well as the possibility that it offers of categorizing and unionizing the contents and the easiness in the production of feedback. For the author, there are four areas that the attractive blogs do for the public administration: the diffusion of information, the promotion of the participation, the taxation of an activity (or tracking of a project) and the generation of a map of interrelation or social network.

    Blogs offer some advantages in front of other tools as lists of distribution or newsletters, which come given because they facilitate the reception of information, for the tone that they use, more informal, and for the opportunity of carrying out trackbacks.
    Guadián also exposes a possible current classification of blogs, according to the speaker as well as of the included subject.

    At all times, he offers great quantity of examples and links to enrich the speech.


    I remember you that it has to be registered, but that it is free and you will be able to enjoy additional services as an emergent network of professional contacts besides being able to enjoy a wide repository of information...

    Direct Link http://www.propolisclub.net/verinfo.asp?temid=3&info_id=988

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