I’m back from our Conference on Architecture for eGovernment, which attracted almost 500 participants in a slightly too small location. The conference hotel had an over-priced hotspot, but I was too busy to blog it.
Andreas was there as an exhibitor, and found a pattern in the vendor exhibitions. His conference summary is also great (I’ve technoratified the keywords):
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Christian blogged that he has become inspired to start a work blog, but was too busy to actually do so on the spot. Also too busy to blog at all was Signe and Kristian (who couldn’t even stay throughout the conference). And probably a few others, whom I forgot.
Hopefully the reflections and interesting comments will appear after we’ve had a chance to catch up on some sleeping (and in my case, some studying)
Funny that the UK should come third in the scale. According to the UN Global E-government Readiness Report 2004 it came third after Denmak and before Sweden. The message is however the same I reckon. Difference might depend on different measures.