Monthly Archives: July 2011

Shibby’s Samplings | July 22 edition

Here are some posts from other places that I write, including opensource.com, Raleigh’s Creative District, and CityCamp Raleigh. See what else I’ve been saying around the web over the last few weeks.

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New Knock Out Garden

We had our work cut-out for us last weekend. The project list looked something like this: weed the garden, mow the lawn, weed eat, edge, trim the pond liner, add protective netting to the pond, re-pot elephant ears, plant new … Continue reading

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Creating a citizen movement for open government

How do you get techies, govies, and citizens to identify, collaborate, and start creating solutions for your local government? Host a CityCamp. It’s easier than you think. The first CityCamp Raleigh started as a conversation about citizen engagement, but we … Continue reading

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Fireworks from Nags Head

I love spending the Fourth of July on the Outer Banks. Yesterday, we were on the beach all day in Nags Head. The kids played, I caught a few waves on the surfboard, and we had a great day at … Continue reading

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