OpenPark and DC

Just finished briefing some staff folks at the Rayburn Building at Congress on the projects we’re doing at NYU related to Homeland Security.
I remember going to briefings like this 18 years ago (was it that long?) when I was a Congressional Fellowship Intern. It was a real privlege to speak about our classes (upcoming) in Business Continuity, Emergency Management and Homeland Security.

Now, I’m enjoying a moment of Open Democracy. A big shoutout to my friend Kevin Werbach for working to make free WIFI right by Congress and the Supreme Court a reality.
I’m on a park bench by the side of the court, checking email, IM, blogging, whatever. But the sky is looking a little gray and rain is in the forecast, so I’m going to head over to Union Station and blog more later.