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Clay Shirky: How the internet will (one day) transform government →

New notions of authority, greater access to information, and greater efficiency of collectiion and quantity of data (on us meatbags) described and illustrated as only Clay Shirky can.

A simple idea: how can the ideas of open-source programming and the lessons of its many years of practice inform the way government works, in order to lead to a government that is most efficient and beneficial to its citizens?