Creating ConstituentCommunitiesFostering citizen and governmentcollaboration through social capital
Agenda• Puerto Rico Python Interest Group• The Free Internet• Building A Government And Free InternetCommunity
Corporate IT$80M Prepaid Cell Phone3 Prepaid Finance DWKevin Shockey 1.0
Kevin Shockey 2.0Java Society of PR (03)SNAP Platform & SNAPPIXO’Reilly MediaOSCONDondeEs.comMis TribusFinancing FreedomPr...
prPIGOnly active user group inPuerto Rico- Established Jan. 2013- Sponsored by ISOC
Free Internet1983 – Free Software Foundation1995 – A Free Internet!
Web 2.0Social MediaUser Generated Content
TechnologyMade the World a SmallerPlace
TechnologyHas Made the World anEven Smaller and MoreConnected Place
CitizensCan Stay in Contact WithFriends and Loved Ones
Small BusinessLeveled Playing Field:- Internet- Global Shipping
For GovernmentsTightly Connected Worldhas Brought Uncertainty
Some CountriesThe End of DictatorialRegimes and Birth ofDemocracy
No WonderOpening Flood Gates ofConnectivity With thePeople They Serve
CrisisOpportunity
Constituent Communities4 Main Ideals3 Key Traits of Well-DesignedMarkets
Belonging
Belonging
Create More ValueThan They Take AwayFrom It
If It Includes Society…Then It’s Governed By ASocial Economy
To Be SuccessfulParticipants Need toBelieve in it!(Community)
A Social EconomyIs Just Like Any OtherMarket
A Well Designed Market1. Information Flows Smoothly
A Well Designed Market2. People Can Be Trusted to LiveUp to Their Promises
A Well Designed Market3. Competition is Fostered
Bitter Medicine
Not My Word
Don’t Want To Join?We Have ALL the ToolsWe Need
Don’t Want To Join?We No Longer NEEDYour Permission!
Remember?United we are strong!
Free InternetYou are outnumbered
Free InternetYou will be out-produced
Free Internet
Thank You!
Thank You!Join my social graph!Google+: shockeykTwitter: @shockeyk, @mistribus, @prpig, …Facebook: Kevin Shockey, prPIG Pa...
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Speech give at the Puerto Rico TechSummit, specifically the government to citizen track. In this speech I draw deeply from Jono Bacon's "Art of Community."

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Creating Constituent Communities

  1. 1. Creating ConstituentCommunitiesFostering citizen and governmentcollaboration through social capital
  2. 2. Agenda• Puerto Rico Python Interest Group• The Free Internet• Building A Government And Free InternetCommunity
  3. 3. Corporate IT$80M Prepaid Cell Phone3 Prepaid Finance DWKevin Shockey 1.0
  4. 4. Kevin Shockey 2.0Java Society of PR (03)SNAP Platform & SNAPPIXO’Reilly MediaOSCONDondeEs.comMis TribusFinancing FreedomPrPIG
  5. 5. prPIGOnly active user group inPuerto Rico- Established Jan. 2013- Sponsored by ISOC
  6. 6. Free Internet1983 – Free Software Foundation1995 – A Free Internet!
  7. 7. Web 2.0Social MediaUser Generated Content
  8. 8. TechnologyMade the World a SmallerPlace
  9. 9. TechnologyHas Made the World anEven Smaller and MoreConnected Place
  10. 10. CitizensCan Stay in Contact WithFriends and Loved Ones
  11. 11. Small BusinessLeveled Playing Field:- Internet- Global Shipping
  12. 12. For GovernmentsTightly Connected Worldhas Brought Uncertainty
  13. 13. Some CountriesThe End of DictatorialRegimes and Birth ofDemocracy
  14. 14. No WonderOpening Flood Gates ofConnectivity With thePeople They Serve
  15. 15. CrisisOpportunity
  16. 16. Constituent Communities4 Main Ideals3 Key Traits of Well-DesignedMarkets
  17. 17. Belonging
  18. 18. Belonging
  19. 19. Create More ValueThan They Take AwayFrom It
  20. 20. If It Includes Society…Then It’s Governed By ASocial Economy
  21. 21. To Be SuccessfulParticipants Need toBelieve in it!(Community)
  22. 22. A Social EconomyIs Just Like Any OtherMarket
  23. 23. A Well Designed Market1. Information Flows Smoothly
  24. 24. A Well Designed Market2. People Can Be Trusted to LiveUp to Their Promises
  25. 25. A Well Designed Market3. Competition is Fostered
  26. 26. Bitter Medicine
  27. 27. Not My Word
  28. 28. Don’t Want To Join?We Have ALL the ToolsWe Need
  29. 29. Don’t Want To Join?We No Longer NEEDYour Permission!
  30. 30. Remember?United we are strong!
  31. 31. Free InternetYou are outnumbered
  32. 32. Free InternetYou will be out-produced
  33. 33. Free Internet
  34. 34. Thank You!
  35. 35. Thank You!Join my social graph!Google+: shockeykTwitter: @shockeyk, @mistribus, @prpig, …Facebook: Kevin Shockey, prPIG PageLinked In: kevin.shockeyFlickr: kevin.shockey@yahoo.com

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