To explain how the Internet works and how policymakers can put it to use, Google with Coadec, Decoded and the Enso Collaborative launched "Wonders of the Web," a one-stop-shop, that through a series of videos and text provide a critical understanding of how the Internet functions in day-to-day language.
Also, a new section launched today shows government officials how to use very basic code and take advantage of the Internet's speed, scale and reach to let people know who they are and what they stand for.
For example, "anyone can use our site to copy and paste a snippet of code to add a +1, "like" or "tweet" button to their web page. Adding this social element allows constituents to see different issue platforms and spread news to their friends," explains google.
Check out Wonders of the Web.