Top item: Use @DSearls’ “One Tab”!

see: addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/onetab/ and OneTab extension (Chrome and FF) – save memory / reduce tab clutter


  1. American cities increased their use of civic engagement tools during the Great Recession, but did not fully embrace citizen involvement in decision-making | USAPP
  2. Fearless Leadership in a Social World | Stanford Social Innovation Review
  3. Alberta’s 50 Most Influential People: The Movers, The Shakers & The Difference-Makers – Alberta Venture
  4. Irvin and Stansbury: Advantages and Disadvantages of Public Participation – Intellitics
  5. Crowdsourcing and Public Participation II – Intellitics
  6. New EIPP Paper: Thoughts on Public Participation in Europe – Intellitics
  7. EU research – Making citizens’ VOICES heard | Ecsite
  8. Global Justice in the 21st Century | commentary on global issues
  9. OneTab extension for Google Chrome and Firefox – save up to 95% memory and reduce tab clutter
  10. Bernie for President? | Jacobin
  11. Jerry Coyne’s ‘Faith Versus Fact’ – The Atlantic
  12. Investing in Climate Change Study l Mercer
  13. News – Forward.com
  14. Protest the War | The Nation
  15. The Political Theology of Climate Denial
  16. Beyond charity, toward justice | American Friends Service Committee
  17. Help Us Strengthen Open Government | whitehouse.gov
  18. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont
  19. Reclaiming Public Education: Common Sense Approaches | Kettering Foundation
  20. Why Technology Hasn’t Delivered More Democracy | Foreign Policy
  21. Mercer study on climate change and investment risk: Divestment will help you get rich.
  22. hackpad; Public Participation – hackpad.com
  23. Climate of Doubt | FRONTLINE | PBS
  24. International Association for Public Participation (IAP2)
  25. Fearless Leadership in a Social World | Stanford Social Innovation Review
  26. Climate of Doubt | FRONTLINE | PBS
  27. Protest the War | The Nation
  28. Public Participation – hackpad.com
  29. Reclaiming Public Education: Common Sense Approaches | Kettering Foundation

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