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Voter Portal
For updating registration, checking info, and checking if ballots were received/accepted.
tools  government  wa_state 
4 weeks ago by mechazoidal
Washington State Electronic Notary Public endorsements
As of 2018/09/17, it's possible to use gnupg for official notarial acts in the state of Washington, at least for the DoL
wa_state  gpg  2018  government  us  legal 
6 weeks ago by mechazoidal
Washington State Courts Washington Courts
data_source: search engine for rulings, court records
data_source  wa_state  legal  law  reference 
july 2019 by mechazoidal
Republican discussed violent attacks and surveillance with rightwingers | World news | The Guardian
@jason_a_w: Scoop from me: leaked chats show WA Republican legislator Matt Shea and associates discussing surveillance, “psyops” and violence directed at political opponents
2019  wa_state  from:guardian 
april 2019 by mechazoidal
William Fetter, E.A.T., and 1960s Computer Graphics Collaborations in Seattle - HistoryLink.org
"William Fetter (1928-2002) worked at Boeing in the 1950s and 1960s and invented early computer graphics applications. He also helped found a Seattle chapter of Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) at the Henry Art Gallery in 1968, bringing together artists and engineers in Seattle and Portland. This essay, originally posted on the Academia.edu website, is by Robin Oppenheimer (b. 1952), who met and interviewed Fetter before his death as part of her research into the E.A.T. chapter for a Reunion Symposium at the Henry Art Gallery on October 25 and 26, 2002."
"By November 1960, a formal research program was established by Boeing, and management of the Research and Development project was assigned to Fetter, who was later transferred to the Seattle office in 1963. With his team of engineers and computer specialists, Fetter began to develop computer-created one-second interval drawings of simulated views from a moving airplane cockpit during an airport landing. This was the primitive beginning of the current billion dollar computer graphics and computer animation industries,"
seattle  wa_state  history  from:historylink  graphics  cg  boeing 
march 2019 by mechazoidal
Big Tech Is Fighting to Change Washington's Pioneering Rules on Election Ad Transparency - Slog - The Stranger
"Among other things, the tech lobby's proposed changes would erase language in state code that requires companies like Google and Facebook to actually know when they've sold a political ad aiming to influence Washington's elections."
"Few of these issues will be easy to resolve to universal satisfaction, and the [WA Public Disclosure Committee]-as the Internet Association notes in its letter—will have to wrestle with all of this in the context of the overworked agency's "limited funding."

But Washington has long been a leader on election transparency and pretty much everyone involved seems to agree that it's important to democracy that the current rules—if they do need revising—be revised carefully and with the public good foremost in mind."
wa_state  politics  from:stranger  2018 
september 2018 by mechazoidal
The Science Behind Home Disaster Preparedness Kits Is a Disaster | WIRED
"But the hard truth is, local communities can and probably should be filling gaps that government advice suggests are the responsibilities of individuals. The central insight that sparked full-fledged research into the sociology of disasters and their response was that people tend to help each other in times of distress. Disaster researchers and risk managers don’t want to jeopardize that covenant. Yet that’s the deeper risk of telling people they’re on the hook to defend their own castles for two weeks after a disaster."
grim_meathook_future  wa_state  from:wired  2018 
september 2018 by mechazoidal
Washington State Taxation - HistoryLink.org
It all traces back to the tax act from 1935, which has never been unseated
history  tax  law  wa_state  us  reference 
may 2018 by mechazoidal

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