How Austin, Texas, handled its social media troll
October 26, 2016
Posting on Reddit was all fun and games for the city until the troll showed up.
Like New York, London will soon replace hundreds of its old payphone booths with free high-speed Wi-Fi kiosks.
The federally-funded pilot for the U.S. Transportation Department’s National Address Database is over, and with no funding prospects, state and local GIS leaders trudge on.
'Warm hand-offs' and round-the-clock care are part of the city's mission to remove barriers to mental health services.
The San Francisco CIO is headed to New York to direct projects centered around Wi-Fi, broadband, the Internet of Things and smart city tech.
Bloomberg Philanthropies' What Works Cities announces 16 new cities and a set of standards and strategies for analytical leadership.
A new white paper outlines challenges and makes recommendations to states knocking down institutional silos.
With a focus on usability and data standardization, a national geographic information systems inventory will move forward as a chronicle of state, local, federal and tribal data.
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October 11, 2016