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Suraj Kika - Jadu

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    • Evolving the website: How local government can engage customers through social media and share valuable data twitter.com/JaduCMS
    • @SurajKika #CEO
    • “Government data is being put online to increase accountability, contribute valuable information about the world, and to enable government, the country, and the world to function more efficiently.” Tim Berners-Lee
    • www.w3.org/DesignIssues/GovData.html
    • Web 1.0: The Document Web
    • Content is everything.
    • Web 2.0: The Social Web
    • “...an embryo of the Web to come...”
    • “The Web will be understood not as screenfuls of text and graphics but as a transport mechanism, the ether through which interactivity happens...
    • ...It will appear on your computer screen, on your TV set on your car dashboard, on your cell phone, hand-held games machines and maybe even your microwave.” Darcy DiNucci
    • Huge shift from mass media to personal media
    • Over 1600% Growth in 2009
    • Service Oriented Architecture websites like Twitter are a first step to sharing data Create an API for your content.
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAb7hSCtvGw
    • CEO/CIO: “Social Media is Irrelevant to our business - it’s a passing fad!” -They may have missed the point!
    • The point is the evolution.
    • Social media has changed the way the web is being used. APIs now rule the web.
    • Web 3.0: The Web of Data
    • You ALREADY have the data.
    • The first step is understanding the modern Internet. It’s essential Senior Management understand the evolution of the Internet.
    • http://data.gov.uk
    • You ALREADY have the data.
    • All you have to do is: LINK it. Publish it.
    • “Sometimes it is better just to do it.” Tim Berners-Lee
    • How Can I Make My Data Open? 1. Make your data publicly available! 2. Apply a suitable open data license. See - opendatacommons.org
    • www.w3.org/DesignIssues/GovData.html
    • The future is happening now.
    • We‘re all learning.
    • twitter.com/jaducms twitter.com/surajkika www.jadu.co.uk