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E-Government news from Federal Computer Week (By - FOR PERSONAL AND NON COMMERCIAL USE ONLY!)

Last Build Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2008 00:11:04 +0200


BLM launches an enhanced library of digital images
The Bureau of Land Management's Web-based library includes historical images of the West.

Do's and don'ts of Web video
Be a small-screen movie maker at your agency with a few tips.

Gearing up for the shoot
An agency's guide for creating quality Web videos in our Web 2.0 world.

Feds set sights on small screen
Experts say diving into Web video isn't as expensive or difficult as might be expected.

Life in the tech age
An Internet marketing consultant provides tips and comments on technology in today's world…including Bluetooth earpieces.

Who is watching your online image?
Social-networking expert Andy Beal advises agencies on how to manage their reputations in a Web 2.0 world.

Twitter takes flight in Congress
Political advocates and the presidential campaigns have spurred broader use of the social-networking technology among lawmakers in recent weeks.

Also in the news: Web 2.0 a bit hit with Air Force workers
PC World reports that approximately 40 percent of the Air Force's workforce are registered to access blogs, wikis and other tools available through Air Force Knowledge Now Web site.

NARA offers guidance on e-mail archiving
The National Archives and Records Administration has given agencies guidance on using e-mail message archiving applications to keep track of records.

Also in the news: Mental health portal for vets
Service members can log in anonymously to request help and to access videos and other online resources, Nextgov reports.