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12.08 edition: DorobekInsider’s most read items for the past 7 days

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Yes, the most read items for the past 7 days:

  1. Microsoft federal names a CTO — a chief transition officer (I should note this item got a bump in traffic thanks to the new Microsoft Federal blog. You can read that blog at Only one item so far, but… I’m excited.)
  2. DorobekInsider: Why feds may not be able to use YouTube
  3. Tapscott on the Obama CTO: It’s about collaboration
  4. Disruptive technologies on the horizon – from the National Intelligence Council’s viewpoint
  5. Doan sings the Army fight song — radio gold
  6. Obama CTO frenzy: More names in the mix
  7. Hearing that Interior has named a new CIO (I should note that this is all-but official. While Interior still hasn’t said anything official, today is Sanjeev “Sonny” Bhagowalia’s first day as Interior CIO.)
  8. The DorobekInsider Guide: Experimenting with Twitter, part II
  9. NewsBytes: Items worth reading (or hearing)… NASA undergoing hacks… DC CTO Vivek Kundra… government 2.0… and Safavian pardon watch
  10. The DorobekInsider on DC’s NewsChannel 8 tonight
  11. Hear the Federal News Radio Book Club: The SPEED of Trust
  12. Krumholtz, Microsoft’s K Street legend, is leaving
  13. Gartner’s 10 technologies worth watching
  14. 1105 Media scores with a big return… and a new GovInfo marketing person
  15. Obama’s yet-to-be-named CTO suggestion box
  16. FCW’s Fed 100 Awards: Recognizing the good work done by people… nominations open for the annual awards
  17. 11.30.2008 NewsBytes: Obama jobs… fiscal discipline… and an OMB director blog?
  18. 12.01 edition: DorobekInsider’s most read posts for the past 7 days
  19. Apps for Democracy… and my recommendation for Obama’s CTO
  20. NASA CIO Pettus: Stepping down to spend time with his family — really
  21. Navy out with one of the first Web 2.0 policy memo
  22. Hear the Navy CIO talk about the Navy’s Web 2.0 policy
  23. Obit: Christina Nelson, formerly of the Digital Government Institute

And I’d just recommend one other interview from Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris from the past week: I had the opportunity to talk to sports writer John Feinstein about the annual Army-Navy game, which took place on Saturday. Feinstein has written the book, A Civil War: Army Vs. Navy a Year Inside College Football’s Purest Rivalry and he told me the game is one of the most remarkable events in sports. I have to admit I’m not a huge sports fan, but… I did read Feinstein’s book about the Masters. It was a real honor to get to talk to him. You can hear our interview here.

Written by cdorobek

December 8, 2008 at 7:00 AM

Posted in DorobekInsider

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