Four cities are preparing to launch the "GovCombinator" -- a co-working space where high-level city officials sit side-by-side with people from civil society, business groups and the other stakeholders needed to solve discrete urban problems.
Fuel cells can run on different sources, including fossil fuels such and renewables, but all use electro-chemical processes to create electricity with an efficiency similar to large-scale power plants.
Republicans have renewed their calls to drop MNsure in favor of the federal government’s online marketplace for health insurance, while MNsure supporters say the switch could be costly and a bad fit with Minnesota’s large public health insurance programs.
A recent article in The New York Times describes a highly coordinated disinformation campaign using social media. This scary development raises new questions about the reliability of alerts and other emergency communications that rely on social media platforms. Will disinformation campaigns become a growing trend that will undermine recent advances in spreading important information during emergencies?
A public-private partnership, dubbed The Santa Cruz Fiber Project, envisions improving Internet speed by an average 50-fold to start, primarily by replacing aging copper lines with new fiber optic lines.