Our challenge: how can the government effectively integrate social media into its daily practices?
This week, the offices of 1707 L Street faced off in a Pumpkin Carving Competition.
Our fearless leaders have gotten in on the action in New York, and now some designers showcased by Fast Company want to encourage the other 99% to get in on it, too.
I spoke with Svetlana on how she is making a sizable seat at the table for herself by building a media empire, what it took to get there and what she would change if she had to do it all over again. Oh, and as a fellow DC resident and longtime BYT fan, I managed to get the scoop on her favorites in the District and what’s next for BYT.
Raise your hand if you agree with this statement: Government could not be more responsive to citizens’ needs. Cue the crickets. “I was becoming increasingly frustrated with my inability to get responses to letters I’d written and other efforts I made to contact my elected representatives,” Tim Yale told me about his inspiration to co-found TellDC […]
Starting with a sunrise over the Capitol building, Andrew Geraci’s time-lapse video traces a day before some of the most iconic sites in the District of Columbia, international headquarters of JESS3.
To help Dominic Campbell of FutureGov, Tiago Piexoto of the World Bank and Justin Herman of Phase One, celebrate their inaugural OpenAir DC party July 14th, JESS3 worked closely with the organizers to create the perfect logo to represent what the exciting event stands for. OpenAir DC invites the event’s attendees to “celebrate international OpenGov […]
Take a little spin around our DC headquarters in these new photos!
right outside of Busboys and Poets and the Mayors office! on 14th & U St. DC
Gary Vaynerchuk, the “Social Media Sommelier.” Gary is a rock star in the industry and you can hear his compelling story first hand of how he was able to quickly grow his family wine business from a $4 million business to a $45 million business within a 5 year period through his unique approach to […]