The City of Norfolk, Virginia is reeling from a massive computer meltdown in which an unidentified family of malicious code destroyed data on nearly 800 computers citywide.more ...
on 02/18/2010 – Made popular on 02/18/2010
I believe this is in Virginia. But it's unreal that they are doing this, and taking it to this level. Kids who voluntarily sexted each other back and forth, yet they don't charge the girl with anything and she started the sexting first. But the boy gets to have his penis injected with chemicals to force an erection for all to view and take photographs of.
The City of Boston has teamed with edX to create BostonX. It will offer free online college courses throughout the city. And it will make MOOCs (massive open online courses) available at community colleges and libraries throughout the city.BostonX is still in its infancy but the city hopes to make MOOCs more available and accessible to residents and visitors.
History has shown us again and again that great things can be born out of tough times. It happened in the early 2000s, when companies such as Amazon, eBay, and Google rose to great heights out of the ashes of the dot-com bust.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is unveiling proposed changes to the City of San Francisco’s open data legislation today, creating more structure around how the city’s data is shared with the public.
You can read the proposed revisions here, but the big change appears to be the addition of a Chief Data Officer, who will be “responsible for sharing City data with the public, facilitati