What’s a nation to do when it wants to create a new constitution with the help of its citizens? Why, Facebook, of course.
That’s precisely what Iceland is doing, and it’s the first nation to use the Internet to do so.
The Daily Constitution explains the process, which involves getting input from citizens before the new document is drafted and then goes to a referendum.
Mind you, Iceland’s population is only 320,000 — not even close to Philadelphia’s 1.5 million. But it begs an interesting question: What could your city, town or neighborhood effectively do with Facebook? Feed the Feed.