Fragmentation is often described as the biggest problem for Android app developers and it has been a problem for both developers and users. The fragmentation problem was best illustrated by the fact that the first version of the Twitter Android app was limited to just 27% of active Android devices. Some other Android apps were installable on more devices, but crashed on many of them. However, fragmentation problems (as generally discussed) are just the tip of the iceberg. Read the rest of this entry »
[Note: Earlier today, my post on Technology and Open Government was published on GeekWire. I have posted a replica here.]
The Washington Coalition for Open Government organized a conference this weekend to commemorate the 40th anniversary of our state’s landmark Initiative 276 and the Open Public Meetings Act (and to discuss the past, present and future of open government). I was one of the speakers at the conference and spoke about using technology to promote open government. Here is an overview of what I talked about.