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  • Thomas Lowenhaupt
    7 Feb 2012 - 01:24 by Thomas Lowenhaupt

    Not that long ago New York City was considered home base for a multitude of nefarious people, and Times Square the devil's play pen. Today our city is viewed as a safe place to visit by most of the world, with 2011's 50 million tourists providing firm supporting evidence.

    .NYC TLD
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  • rrichardson
    9 Jan 2012 - 07:36 by rrichardson

     

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  • rrichardson
    9 Jan 2012 - 07:34 by rrichardson

     

    NYC Open Data
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  • rrichardson
    9 Jan 2012 - 07:25 by rrichardson

    We're always looking for new ways to help people connect with NYC Open Data, that's why we launched the NYC Open Data Tumblr.  It has a lot of useful information.  For instance, you can find a weekly featured data set that has been orbiting the "most popular" but hasn't yet caught on.  You could be first to show the world it's potential.   You can also read the most recent news regarding NYC Open Data and even check in to see current with what thought leadership there is out there on open data and related issues.

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  • Thomas Lowenhaupt
    22 Dec 2011 - 14:13 by Thomas Lowenhaupt

    Jackson Hts., New York, December 22, 2011 - With 21 days remaining before the ICANN’s filing window opens for new TLDs, authoritative city government sources report the following: the new deputy mayor with responsibility for the TLD’s oversight (Robert K.

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  • rrichardson
    15 Dec 2011 - 13:13 by rrichardson

    We’re a social species.  Our greatest asset is our ability to learn from people around us.  We get smart from being around other smart people.   And that’s what cities do.  They magnify the ability to learn from other people and come up with amazing new innovations.   If you think about humankind’s greatest hits. . .

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  • rrichardson
    15 Dec 2011 - 12:58 by rrichardson

    You know that thing that happens when you see something you've never seen before, and then you start seeing that thing everywhere. Well, we started seeing news of why failure - of all things - is so important. And now we keep seeing it everywhere. The NYC Innovation Group is already a place to think out loud, take a risk, and hazard a guess, and it turns out that's the recipie for success. We ran across a book by Tim Harford, The Undercover Economist, over the weekend called Adapt: Why Success Always Starts With Failure.

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  • Admin
    13 Dec 2011 - 18:13 by Admin

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