Author Archives: Rachel Hatch
Congrats to the winners of the Mayor Award, granted for the most visionary government-led ideas for using civic technology. These include players justinpickard a UK-based PhD student researcher and prana.humby a self-described tea maker from the Russian River. Congrats to all award … Continue reading
The Johnnny Appleseed Award is given to the players most portable ideas that can be quickly duplicated in many jurisdictions around the world. Players garnering this award include: lakme, a consultant from Paris, a Finnish CEO named rock as well … Continue reading
The Bucky Fuller Award is for the most comprehensive ideas for redesigning government. For Connected Citizens, this award goes to player cssmith, Finnish-based player Penguin, player S@LeM from Dubai, and karenk10, a healthcare business analyst from Houston, TX USA. Congrats to all who played … Continue reading
The Penny Pincher Award goes to the most creative ideas for stretching government and citizen resources. Given the global economic crises of the past few years, it’s not surprising that we found a bevy of people who were taking this … Continue reading
The Social Inventor award is for the most creative citizen-led ideas for using civic technology. This game, it goes to Zhanli, a PhD candidate/researcher from Los Angeles, USA, Joelfirenze from Singapore, and nolanlove, the San Francisco-based founder of Pollvault social … Continue reading
In the past 24 hours, 516 players contributed 6762 microforecasts about the future of governance. Thanks to all of you social inventors out there for giving of your time & ideas. The central question we explored was: What if, together, we … Continue reading
Thanks to all who have contributed so far. After just the first hour of bonus game play, the microforecasts keep coming! Only 45 minutes until the close of game play! Help us continue to reprogram government services–from 2013 to 2023.