Industry Minister James Moore speaks at the Manning Centre conference about Canada’s digital economy, the digital policy his office is developing, and the digital preservation of Canadian history.
A Progress Summit panel featured four digitally-engaged campaign organizers, each of whom have a collection of hits and misses to share.
It’s not that the public sector isn’t capable of being innovative and embrace risk; that it isn’t willing to be entrepreneurial.
On paper, this MNC2014 session seemed a shoo-in for discussion on the role of digital in the future of politics and political campaigning.
Industry Minister James Moore spoke passionately about the railway and Internet as nationbuilding devices at MNC2014.
A keynote I delivered with Bob Goyetche at Northern Voice forced us to understand how our collaboration created community and opportunity.
There’s something more to communication… a ghost in the machine which makes the difference between content free speech and messages which resonate with audiences.