Tuesday, October 02, 2007

eGov in Korea

We've all known of the tremendous strides that Korea has made in broadband and wireless. D.C. Misra of India summarizes a new book that covers Korea's eGov experience.

Deborah Bryant is discussing the Government Open Source Conference in Portland.

The government of Victoria (Australia) set up a presence in Second Life and has written a case study of their findings.

I have read a lot of Spanish to English automated translations from Google, Babelfish, etc. and they seem to not be too bad, but this translation of Thorsten Koch's egovernment blog is pretty rough.

From Hungary - A new textbook on GIS and e-government. That is certainly an area that can use more emphasis.

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