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In many cases, the end of the year gives you time to step back and take stock of the last 12 months. This is when many of us take a hard look at what worked and what did not, complete performance reviews, and formulate plans for the coming year. For me, it is all of those things plus a time when I u...
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US Democracy Moves to Open Source Web 2.0 Platform
Democracy Reinvented Online will be a major factor in Upcoming Elections

Sea Girt, New Jersey November 28, 2007 -- Jack Martin today announced Collaborative Democracy, which is a political framework where electors and the elected actively collaborate to attain the best possible solution to any situation using collaborative enabling technologies to facilitate wide scale citizen participation in government. Collaborative Democracy brings all people into the governing process to help civilization reach its full potential.

The basic technological building blocks to enable Collaborative Democracy now exist and all that is required is that they be threaded together in a way that an average citizen can use them productively.

As part of this launch Jack Martin has invited the leading supporters of the Open Source movement including Ant, Apache, Ajax, Audacity, BSD license, Eclipse, GNU, JBoss, Linux, Mantis, Media Wiki, MySQL, Mozilla, Open Office, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby on Rails, Subversion, and XBRL to help enable the citizens of the world.

"I am seeking to support this project from an information technology perspective with people who have the technical skills consummate to its importance and who also desire to contribute to positive social change on a global basis," said Jack Martin.

The first Web site was launched on August 6, 1991. Much has happened since, but nothing of substance from a societal perspective other than the rise of Internet culture itself.

The highest and best use of the Internet is not web sites designed for children to play games and to make friends. Nor is its best use; a cheap source of information; pornography; or as an electronic purchasing system to buy and sell products.

To learn more about Collaborative Democracy go to www.Collaborative-Democracy.com.


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Jack Martin today announced Collaborative Democracy, which is a political framework where electors and the elected actively collaborate to attain the best possible solution to any situation using collaborative enabling technologies to facilitate wide scale citizen participation in government. Collaborative Democracy brings all people into the governing process to help civilization reach its full potential. The basic technological building blocks to enable Collaborative Democracy now exist and all that is required is that they be threaded together in a way that an average citizen can use them productively.


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Web 2.0 News Desk wrote: Jack Martin today announced Collaborative Democracy, which is a political framework where electors and the elected actively collaborate to attain the best possible solution to any situation using collaborative enabling technologies to facilitate wide scale citizen participation in government. Collaborative Democracy brings all people into the governing process to help civilization reach its full potential. The basic technological building blocks to enable Collaborative Democracy now exist and all that is required is that they be threaded together in a way that an average citizen can use them productively.
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