IdeaCloud – Social Wall

IdeaCloud – Introduction As social media adoption grows at a rapid rate businesses have flocked to social media platforms to advertise their events, track potential attendees and improve their overall reach. But, there hasn’t been a way to really capitalize on social media during events. I recently went to a really cool tech conference, and … Continued

#OGT14 – Week 3 Update

(NOTE: Before I was showing you my odometre reading…but, I completely forgot that I started my 2nd tripometre before I left Toronto. So, from hereonin, that is what I’ll be showing on the updates.) “I’ve got a feeling we’re not in Kansas, anymore.” “I feel strangely comfortable with it.” “This is the beginning of a … Continued

#OGT14 – Week 2 Update

“I picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue.” “Artoo says that the chances of survival are 725 to 1” “Woah.” ‘Great Scott!” “Baby steps through the office. Baby steps out the door….it works!!” Although the #OGT14 officially launched last week, it wasn’t truly a new experience for me since I started off in “comfortable” … Continued

#OGT14 – Week 1 Update

“Call me Ishmael.” “All this happened, more or less.” “It was the best of times, it was the worst of the times…” “The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there.” “There was no possibility of taking a walk that day.” The Open Government Tour 2014 is off to a roaring start that … Continued

Open Government Turtle

Although the official Open Government Tour launches on July 2nd in Toronto, I figured it would be important to hold “practice” events where I could test my camping gear and the format of the events. Think of it as a kind of pre-season / training camp before the full season begins.Better yet, from a technology … Continued

Open Government Tour – Gear Up Events

Although the Open Government Tour doesn’t officially launch until July 2nd, there will be a few “Gear Up Events” in the Greater Toronto Area that people can attend 1) June 16 – Niagara Region 2) June 17 – Peel Region 3) June 19 – Grey County (Click here for an article written by William Wolfe-Wylie that … Continued