Ignite Show: Greg Elin on Hackers in Washington

The Obama Administration has taken broad steps to open up the government. It’s created Twitter accounts, launched data portals, and released spending dashboards. Even with these steps Washington D.C. can seem a strange place to geeks. Greg Elin (@gregelin) is a hacker living inside the beltway working with government officials to help with the process of opening up. In this Ignite Show he gives us a geeks-eye view on D.C.

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This was filmed at Ignite SF on 4/1.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.

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