Gov 2.0, News, Public Participation

‘The Twitter SF Officials Daily’

If you’re using Twitter, you’ve probably already been exposed to Paper.li, the site that allows anyone to create daily Twitter newspaper based on lists of Twitter members. It’s a very nice tool, and one we’re now using in the City Attorney’s Office to create a daily update from links and photos shared by more than three dozen San Francisco officials and agencies we follow.

The daily “paper” provides a quick overview of all the stories shares by SF gov, from news stories to official press releases. Today’s edition, for example, has stories on the San Bruno fire and ultra-high-speed Internet, news of initiatives and field work by Mayor Gavin Newsom and State Sen. Mark Leno, photos from Department of Works official Mohammed Nuru, and a contest and a survey from the Public Utilities Commission.

You can check out the SF Officials Daily here, and let us know if your city has one – we’d love to check it out.

– Adriel Hampton

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