Nice to see an ex-student in this list from Politics Online!
PoliticsOnline and the World E-Gov Forum are proud to announce the list for nominations of the Top 10 Who Are Changing the World of Internet and Politics. For the seventh year in a row, PoliticsOnline subscribers and visitors from around the world are invited to help select the top 10 individuals, organizations and companies having the greatest impact on the way the Internet is changing politics.
This prestigious award seeks to recognize the innovators and pioneers, the dreamers and doers who bring democracy online. This year marked the toughest year ever in choosing the 20 finalists. The integration of politics and the Internet are reflected in this year’s diverse, international nominees.
The winners, those top 10 nominees who receive the most votes, will be invited as honored guests to the World E-Gov forum October 18-20, in Issy-les-Moulineaux, (Paris, France), where they’ll take part in an awards ceremony and other special programs throughout the three-day forum.
Jeremy Heimans, who together with David Madden is one of the finalists, alerted me about this, but on an email address I rarely use, so I have only just caught up with it. I will await the result with interest. Meanwhile, visit Jeremy and David’s site GetUp Australia!, if you haven’t already.