Category Archives: Innovation

Google health protects the privacy of health information…

“except in certain limited circumstances..” -uhm. no thanks.

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Robots replacing farm workers

It apparently is not far off, and how will this affect the illegal immigration debate.

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A well hidden piggy bank

The state has more than $5.1 billion in Unclaimed Property. Here’s a searchable database on the state controller’s Web site. I’m probably the only one that doesn’t have anything there.

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This is going to be fun.

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Newspapers and local blogs

Claremont Insider makes some interesting points about the growing power of local blogs and how they are becoming part of the solution in covering communities. “It’s a different time, though. There are other ways for communities to communicate and share … Continue reading

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Assignment Zero

The idea: “an attempt to bring together professional writers and editors with citizen journalists to collaborate on reporting and writing about the rise of crowdsourcing on the Web. Inspired by the open source movement, the goal of Assignment Zero is … Continue reading

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Monrovia City Council

We see so many cities that make it difficult to see their agendas or get documents. When a city actually gives the public even more access, it should be applauded. Monrovia is the only city I know of that posts … Continue reading

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