Speed is not always a virtue, and it takes a special kind of tolerance and trust to remember why government works the way it does, and what gratitude we owe it on most days of the week.
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A California city, built on an orange industry which fell in the face of international competition, is regaining its footing through the growth of several technology and business programs made possible by citywide free wi-fi. Program Helps City Close Digital Divide The renaissance in Riverside can be attributed in large part to the SmartRiverside initiative,… Read more »
What’s the best way for cities to signal that they’re the place for technology startups to set up shop? Cities are making bold moves this year: This year New York City began developing a new applied sciences campus. This month, Chattanooga launched a “GeekMove” program which would pay tech startups to relocate to the city… Read more »
The Consumer Electronics Association’s “Apps for Innovation” contest for software application developers closes in two weeks, on Monday, December 14. The grand-prize winner will receive $10,000 and a free trip to the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), January 7-10, 2010, in Las Vegas. A second-place winner will receive $5,000, and a third-place winner will receive… Read more »
While the race to the moon has create all kind of spinoffs to make society i.e. in the man on street life great. The general public has no clue how NASA and its programs has returned mega benefits (i.e. TV dinners, Microwave ovens). What are some more things?