Promoting online services

December 19, 2007 at 8:42 pm Leave a comment

A colleague sent me this link to a YouTube video. She obviously wanted us to be inspired by the South Korean example of promoting e-government services.

Problem is… how are we going to find a Kiwi music group that the Australians won’t promptly claim to be theirs?

While at YouTube, I found another one that uses Pororo as the “e-government publicity ambassador “. Our answer has to be bro’Town! Surely the Aussies aren’t going to claim that too?

Entry filed under: Aus, authentication, government, identity, NZ, strategy, video, Web_2.0. Tags: .

Openness and Kerckhoffs’ principle BC & NZ: Info Cards & Liberty Specs

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