Follow-up: Public Advocacy: Citizen-Community Priorities & Web 2.0 Midtown Brews with Meet The Bloggers

Submitted by Betsey Merkel on Fri, 10/03/2008 - 10:40.

Follow-up to "The Changing Landscape of Public Advocacy: Citizen-Community Priorities and Web 2.0" Midtown Brews with Meet The Bloggers...

Thank you for your time and efforts to make last evening's Midtown Brews rich and diverse.
Here's what we heard from the Midtown Brews open conversation. Each point is a solution to advance economic development advocacy efforts in Northeast Ohio:

* Aggregation of NEO blog content

* Identification of Midtown Brews community

* List of ideas and projects

* The importance of networks

For now, a couple of next steps:

* If you were not at Midtown Brews yesterday and would like to be included just go the MidtownBrews.net web space for updates and post your comments and suggestions to the News tab

* Watch "The Changing Landscape of Public Advocacy: Citizen-Community Priorities and Web 2.0" Oct 2 Live Show on the Midtown Brews Broadcast channel or on You Tube

Pass this information along freely. All welcome.

Questions? Contact: Betsey Merkel, The Institute for Open Economic Networks (I-Open), 4415 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44113 Ph: 216-246-2447

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