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Residents of Minnesota now have a new way to keep track of what’s happening in their state with the launch of OpenGovernment Minnesota.Read more »
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Defense Department and the space agency want sci-fi fans, scientists, and space junkies of all types to help brainstorm ways to to fly humans to the outer reaches of the solar system by 2111.Read more »
Here is Friday's look at transparency-related news items, congressional committee hearings, transparency-related bills introduced in Congress, and transparency-related events.Read more »
In the embarrassing-admissions department, I have to confess I sometimes watch Kitchen Nightmares, that show in which the acerbic Gordon Ramsay (poster child for Thinking versus Feeling in the MBTIRead more »
As part of my team's job supporting the BuyAccessible Wizard, we often get questions asking if a specific product complies with Section 508.Read more »
Painting the walls isn't real change. This is an example of the criticism that Edi Rama, incumbent mayor of Tirana, Albania, faced in his bid for a third term this May.Read more »
The Leyland Cypress is the ultimate privacy tree, spreading its evergreen leaves so thickly and quickly that neighbours end up in arms over restricted views. But what’s it really worth?Read more »
The Plant City, Fla., Police Department is using a mobile digital forensics tool that enables officers to quickly pull data from computers and other personal electronics.Read more »
Eat more vegetables.
Use a smaller plate.
Eat foods with ingredients your great-grandmother would recognize.
The World Economic Forum has hired open government and open source advocate Noel Hidalgo as its new director of engagement technologies.Read more »
Once we met a couple where the wife was Jewish and the husband Catholic. They looked, talked, and even gestured like identical twins.Read more »
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Hours after federal Chief Information Officer Vivek Kundra surprised the Washington technology community with his plans to leave government service, Justice Department CIO Vance Hitch told colleaguRead more »
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