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This was originally posted on the Measured Voice blog. This robot is probably better at Twitter than you. Photo from NASA. NASA gets to take credit not only for blazing trails into outer space, but also for developing some of the first great examples of social media voice. In May 2008, Veronica McGregor, social mediaRead… Read more »
World’s first voice handover between LTE and WCDMA accomplished * Reuters is not responsible for the content in this press release. http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/02/02/idUS139559+02-Feb-2012+HUG20120202 Thu Feb 2, 2012 7:31am EST Breaks ground in voice over LTE technology Successful handover of a voice call from LTE to WCDMA on an end-to-end network achieved on December 23, 2011 HandoverRead… Read more »
After averting a government shutdown one hour before the deadline, Open Government has more of a platform to thrive and become a business solution to Government like never before. Using our new parody, and following the theme of Gilligan’s Island, after nearly averting a “ship wreck”, (Government shutdown), Open Government has potentially become the newRead… Read more »
I recently guest posted on Jennifer Leggio’s (@Mediaphyter) blog on ZDNet. The topic is about focusing on creating a government that is more human and is focused on relationship building instead of just data and platforms. I’m interested in your feedback so don’t be shy!
* $2.5 million for sliced ham in California * $800,000 for a new, clean-air garbage truck in Phoenix * $1.4 million to repair the door of a building in San Antonio * $350,000 to replace and upgrade a dumbwaiter in Brooklyn These are examples of projects that have been reported on recovery.org as stimulus projects.Read… Read more »