Monthly Archives: October 2011

Duck diving into online surf forecasts

During hurricane season, my attention turns to the Atlantic Ocean. I keep an eye on swell-producing storms and use a variety of forecasting tools to get to the right spot for the best surf. But I never really thought about … Continue reading

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Blazing an open data trail

Where do you start to standardize legislative information for all 50 United States? Blazing an open data trail for one state government isn’t easy, so shifting 50 must be nearly impossible. Or is it? The Open State Project is making … Continue reading

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Dear Netflix – We just want to watch movies

The apology and explanatory email started off with this: It is clear that for many of our members two websites would make things more difficult, so we are going to keep Netflix as one place to go for streaming and … Continue reading

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Peace corps for geeks and more from Govloop

We’d like to highlight a few blog posts from GovLoop about open government and technology. In a previous post, we talked about GovLoop and the diversity and experience their community offers. It’s a social network for the government community, focused … Continue reading

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