Summer 2009--Journal of Information Technology & Politics, Would You Ask Turkeys to Mandate Thanksgiving? The Dismal Politics of Legislative Transparency (SSRN pre-publication working paper version)
March 18, 2009--Washington Examiner, Public School Systems Should Post Compensation Data Online
February 8, 2009--Washington Post, Need Teachers? Show Them the Money
February 18, 2009--Washington Examiner, Open Government Rhetoric Versus Reality
Winter 2006--National Civic Review, Solving a Classic Dilemma of Democratic Politics: Who Will Guard the Guardians?
Spring 2004--National Civic Review, Alleviating the Problem of Rational Voter Ignorance: A Proposal for a "Ballot Portal"
Fall 2003--National Civic Review, Should the Public Meeting Enter the Information Age?
December 2001--Vital Speeches of the Day, Is it Time for an E-Congress?
August 2001--Government Technology, E-Government vs. E-Democracy
May 2000--Harvard International Journal of Press-Politics, Local TV News Archives as a Public Good
Winter 1999--Social Science Computer Review, Converging Mass Media and Public Records Media: The Case of Government Access TV
January 1999--Chicago Tribune, Senate Hypocrisy Over "Hot" Testimony
2005--Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, The Failure of E-Democracy
2001--Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, E-Democracy as Deterrence: Public Policy Implications of a Deterrence Model of Democratic Accountability
1998--Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, New Media and Democratic Accountability--Part 1: The Growth of Government Access TV, Part 2: The Impact of Government Access TV (Note that each of these parts was written as a standalone paper, thus the openings overlap.)
1996--Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, New Media, Potential Information & Democratic Accountability: A Case Study of Government Access Community Media (This paper won a Goldsmith Research Award from the Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics, & Public Policy at the Harvard University School of Government.)
Alliance for Community Media (ACM)
American Society of Access Professionals (ASAP)
National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA)
National Association of Legislative Information Technology (NALIT; see October 10, 2006 Presentation)
National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL; see NCSL's Legislatures Live resource page)
New America Foundation
State Public Affairs Television (SPAT)
U.S. Congress (See Is it Time for an E-Congress?)
Vermont General Assembly