More often than not, open government advocates see themselves as being in an uphill battle against giant bureaucratic monsters, as fighting the David versus Goliath fight. Just the same, especially in the “old” bureaucracies of Europe, public administrations see themselves … Continue reading

The amounts of documents public administrations have to process is hard to quantify. If you picture entire buildings used as archives however, you can imagine how much paper is piling up year after year. As mentioned before, many organizations still … Continue reading

New mobile devices such as Apple’s iPad or Samsung’s Galaxy Tab are sensational gadgets and tools to me that offer limitless advantages. That is how I saw them until recently. I was all the more astonished then, that there were … Continue reading