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May 09, 2013 Caitlyn H

So many great resources, sites, and apps out there. I tried to focus on the most innovative and useful, but this is not at all comprehensive. I'd definitely encourage anyone not already familiar with the Knight Foundation to explore their site, as they are one of the most prominent organizations supporting and influencing work at the intersection of technology and social innovation.

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Docket Wrench
The Networked Society Blog
Public Stuff (App)
Open Block - Hyperlocal News Site
Nine Insights on Taking Community Information Projects from Ideas to Impact
See Click Fix (App for reporting non-emergency issues)
Ushahidi - Democratizing Information
MIT Center for Civic Media | Innovating civic media tools and practices together with communities
Citizinvestor - A crowdfunding platform for local government projects
Open Green Map
DemocracySpot | At the intersection of participation and technology. By Tiago Peixoto.
Community Remarks is a community engagement map application for urban planning projects
GovFresh - Gov 2.0, open government news, guides, TV, tech, people
The CfA Accelerator: Disruption as a Public Service
Join 355 People looking to build NYC BigApps
EngagingPlans — Urban Interactive Studio
New Urban Mechanics is an approach to civic innovation focused on delivering transformative City services to residents.

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