jennifer pahlka

jennifer pahlka bw

[oakland, ca]

Jennifer founded code for america in 2009

Coding a better government

Can government be run like the Internet, permissionless and open? Coder and activist Jennifer Pahlka believes it can — and that apps, built quickly and cheaply, are a powerful new way to connect citizens to their governments — and their neighbors.

Jennifer Pahlka is the founder of Code for America, which matches software geniuses with US cities to reboot local services.

government run more like the web itself – open, permissionless, generative…

government – at its core – what we do together that we can’t to alone – Tim O’Reilly

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@codeforamerica

Watch @pahlkadot talk about hacking bureaucracy and bringing user needs front and center rewrite.ca.com/us/articles/di… @CATechnologies @CA_APJ

(video)

the api is the starting place… using people in community as the capacity..iterate over time.. where the people are..

hosting life bits… on block chain.. as the day..

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via Tim

Tim O’Reilly (@timoreilly) tweeted at 6:08 PM on Fri, Feb 17, 2017:
This is an important post. I’m with Jen in Vietnam, experiencing the same wonder at past bad choices and hoping we don’t make them again. https://t.co/fHnnRCdJy2
(https://twitter.com/timoreilly/status/832758624195735552?s=03)

we need to listen to each other – jen

holmgren indigenous law

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@timoreilly

This is a lovely post from the big-hearted @pahlkadot, who sees and lives human values so truly bit.ly/2pquzQJ

everyone has a story..wish they were home with their kids..how can i..

connect with me on this Jen: a nother way sans made-up money

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