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  • proper n. A surname.

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  • Cato Unbound » Blog Archive » Reply to Richman, Miron, and Kuznicki says:

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Advice to Rand Paul re: Civil Rights Act of 1964

  • When the Governor General prorogued parliament in Dec. 2008, Kuznicki realized there was something deeply wrong in Canada.

    Remarkk!

  • The posted data not only increases the city's transparency, it also fuels the creation of new software programs and applications, says Kuznicki.

    Remarkk!

  • Although Kuznicki says the initial Google Maps application wasn't overly useful to Torontonians, "it shows how quickly change can happen ... and shows there's an engaged community ready to do something with the raw data that's put out there."

    Remarkk!

  • But while dialogue had broken down in Ottawa, Kuznicki noticed that people were more engaged than ever through social media, the only question was, how do you mirror online social interactions in the real world?

    Remarkk!

  • "It's the age of participation," Kuznicki says, "and this has a huge implication for government."

    Remarkk!

  • And Kuznicki hopes the open movement will continue to pick up steam by more people accessing and analyzing the data.

    TheTyee.ca

  • "It's not just government that needs to change, our ideas of citizenship also need to change," Kuznicki said.

    TheTyee.ca

  • When the governor general prorogued parliament in Dec. 2008, Kuznicki realized there was something deeply wrong in Canada.

    TheTyee.ca

  • In a sample passage, Kuznicki considers whether the affirmative should look to the inverse of the resolution for inspiration.

    decorabilia

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