Tuesday, February 28, 2006
A noted Harvard blogging expert has said “Once you get to the point where lawyers review everything in a blog, it ain’t a blog anymore.” If that’s true, can a government agency have a blog? Don't get caught president Denise Graveline will review the state of government blogging – a small universe – on May 23 at the 2006 Communications School conference of the National Association of Government Communicators. Graveline will offer models and examples of blogs that federal, state and local governments can adapt to communicate with a variety of audiences, including consumers, scientific reviewers, stakeholders, regulated entities and the news media. She’ll offer tips and resources for getting started, as well as a “manifesto of missed blogging opportunities” for government communicators.