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Code For America Reinvents Government - One Step At A Time

readwrite.com
The U.S. public sector employs some 21 million people, the vast majority at state and local governments. That makes the public sector ripe for innovation and reinvention, a task being tackled head-on by Code for America, a San Francisco-based incubator that aims to help "government work better for everyone." Startups...
Code For America Reinvents Government - One Step At A Time

Top 10 Most Popular Stories Of The Week

www.fastcompany.com
Here are the stories you read, shared, tweeted, and pinned this week. This week’s stories primarily focused on charisma, creativity, breaking norms in the workplace, and stunning design. You will find some great advice and varying perspectives in the articles below. Enjoy. 1. 7 Entrepreneurial Lessons From "Shark Tank" Fast...
Top 10 Most Popular Stories Of The Week

Protecting its own, Taiwan turns down Samsung's $1.4m offer to sponsor Taipei's New Years fireworks

thenextweb.com
There’s one event that Samsung’s insane marketing budget won’t be able to buy this year – the fireworks extravaganza at one of the world’s tallest buildings — the Taipei 101 — after local officials turned down a reported $1.4 million offer in favor of Taiwanese tourism authorities. According to the...
Protecting its own, Taiwan turns down Samsung's $1.4m offer to sponsor Taipei's New Years fireworks

Captricity Announces Investment from the Knight Foundation to Digitize Your Ocean of Paperwork

pandodaily.com
You’d think that we would no longer depend on paper. It’s flimsy, easily destroyed, and a pain in the ass to store or handle. Unfortunately, paper continues to dominate as the primary method of capturing and storing information, at least partially because it’s so cheap and was the best...
Captricity Announces Investment from the Knight Foundation to Digitize Your Ocean of Paperwork

Tenable Network Security Creates A Gibson-esque Network Visualizer

techcrunch.com
This video by Tenable Security is pretty wild. It shows a visualization of an office network. Using different colors and lines users can pin-point problem areas based on traffic and data being sent and received to each machine. The system lets you call out various aspects of the network...
Tenable Network Security Creates A Gibson-esque Network Visualizer
Captricity raises $4.5M to turn handwritten documents into structured data
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