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Links 1 through 10 of 97 by Jon Udell tagged elmcity+azure

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Let's party like it's 1999!

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It’s a strategy that would make clear who is playing what role. Event hosts are supplying the information – to a calendar syndication hub. And different publications – what Udell calls “attention hubs” – are simply amplifying the identical signal that comes out of the syndication hub.

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I was delighted to read this month’s Milestone column in the Ann Arbor Chronicle. Not only because it features the elmcity calendar syndication service, but also because the Chronicle’s editor, Dave Askins, connects the dots to a larger vision of community information management based on syndication of authoritative sources.

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Once leaders understand what’s possible they can delegate to staff, but what they’ll delegate is nothing they couldn’t pretty easily do for themselves.

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The bedrock principle at the core of the elmcity project is: own your data, syndicate it into contexts that need it.

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As I build out calendar hubs for various cities, I’ve begun to develop a scorecard that shows which civic institutions do, or don’t, offer iCalendar feeds that make their public calendars available to their city’s hub. Here’s the scorecard for the current set of featured hubs.

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