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Breaking Through the Big Business Barricade with Open Source
"Software is eating the world, and no company can sit on the sidelines anymore. What attracted me to both of these companies was their vision and their history of evolving with the industry and customer needs. Each of these companies had already started their transformational journey to open source, and I knew that I could be a part of that."
contributed  culture  interviews  top  stories  comcast  linux  foundation  open  source  communities  summit  2017  sandisk  tech 
7 days ago by jonerp
Slack List
Buy & Sell Online Businesses on the Flippa marketplace.
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14 days ago by wc
NYC Unveils Cultural Plan to Expand and Diversify the Arts - / news
“This is a city of unmatched cultural richness that expresses itself on sidewalks, in storefronts, in museums, theaters and parks in every single corner of the five boroughs. New York City is the world capital of art and culture,” said Mayor de Blasio. “If we are going to continue to live up to that title we must use every tool we have to ensure that every resident, in every neighborhood, has the same access to cultural opportunities.”
cities  culture  diversity  communities 
21 days ago by dunablue36
A great new manual for interested in engaging in projects with local
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23 days ago by shawnday
Latino Growth in Metropolitan America
The Hispanic population is growing in most metropolitan areas, but the rate and location of increase varies widely. Four distinct patterns of growth can be discerned. Estab- lished Latino metros such as New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and Chicago posted the largest absolute increases in Latinos between 1980 and 2000. However, new Latino desti- nations like Atlanta and Orlando charted the fastest growth rates, despite their historically smaller Hispanic bases. Metros with relatively larger Latino bases, such as Houston, Phoenix and San Diego, meanwhile, became fast-growing Latino hubs during the past 20 years, with popula- tion growth averaging 235 percent. Small Latino places, such as Baton Rouge, posted much lower absolute and relative growth than the other locales.
Latinos  Latinos_+_TW  Urban  immigration  Communities  Power_in_America  housing  jobs  Hayduk 
28 days ago by Jibarosoy
Nuclear plant shutdowns a crisis for small towns across the USA
Head south out of Brattleboro down Route 142, a two-lane country road bordered by rolling green fields, and you'll spy a “Cattle Crossing” sign beside a dairy farm.
lohud  nuclear  decommissioning  taxes  communities 
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