Posted by: Karen Goulart
Data mining is often associated with Big Brother-esque marketing tactics: Someone out there is assessing your personal shopping habits and other bits of info in order to sell you something they think you need (or want you to). That’s why we here at SearchCIO.com Searchlight find National Day of Civic Hacking to be a refreshing idea and our favorite find in this week’s roundup. The White House has declared this day (June 1-2) a time for government agencies to make scores of information readily available, and folks are invited to have at it to help find solutions to social issues. Also this week: a reminder of why Twitter is still a social networking force you can’t afford to ignore, the true meaning of enterprise architecture and more.