Cary, NC – Just about every month, the Cary Chamber hosts an Economic Development breakfast. On February 6, the guest speakers will be members of Cary’s Technology Task Force. Read more
Story by Laura Hamlyn of Town of Cary’s Technology Task Force. Article repulished from CaryTTF.com.
Cary, NC – Our focus as Town of Cary Technology Task Force (TTF) members is to determine how the town can use technology to better serve citizens. Based on that definition, our conversations could result in deep dives into the intricacies of data and server redundancies. Sure, we’re super geeks and technology professionals, but we’re also citizens of Cary, Wake County, North Carolina and beyond. And while technology has helped towns store and share data, it is obvious that technology is now a platform that everyone with access can use as a megaphone, a research tool, entertainment or as a method of creating conversations that lead to change. Read more
Story by Eric Brown from CaryTTF.com. Illustration by Hal Goodtree.
Cary, NC – Crime data. Greenways maps. Class schedules. There is an abundance of data out there, and the Technology Task Force is looking for ways to deliver it to Cary citizens via streamlined, easy-to-use mobile/web applications (aka, “apps”). Read more
Cary, NC – Cary’s Technology Task Force (TTF) is wrapping up it’s mission. Now is the time for you to weigh in on the future use of technology for communications and engagement in Cary. Read more
Story and picture by Hal Goodtree.
Cary, NC – When it comes to government, the term “sunshine” is akin to “openness.” Technology has revolutionized openness in society. In that spirit, the Tech Task Force is launching a first for Cary – it’s own website. You are invited to a meeting on Tuesday evening at Page-Walker about the new website for Cary’s Tech Task Force. Read more
Cary, NC – On Wednesday, the Tech Task Force will hold a meeting on Open Data and Mobile at Page-Walker. The public is invited. Read more
Story by Hal Goodtree, member of Town of Cary’s Technology Task Force and the publisher of CaryCitizen.com. Cell phone photo by Hal Goodtree. Apologies to all concerned.
Cary, NC – The second meeting of Cary’s Technology Task Force could be characterized as the Big Brainstorm. The committee heard eight presentations on topics including Engagement, Open Data, Social Media, Mobile, Websites and Video, among others. Read more