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Open Data for Public Health: Bring DontEat.At to San Francisco

In a powerfully argued post at GovLoop back in January, Canadian open data advisor David Eaves offered a solution for saving millions in public health costs: create data standards around restaurant healthfulness inspection scores and incorporate them into consumer-oriented websites like Yelp and OpenTable. Last night on Gov 2.0 Radio, Allison Hornery of CivicTEC inRead… Read more »