We are as eager as anybody to get our hands on the data,” said Nathan Storey, product manager at data encyclopedia and visualization platform PediaCities, who has testified before the Council on open data policy. While he is aware that the city has missed its deadline for the map’s release, “a bigger issue for us […]
“You can’t beat politics with new technology all the time. Sometimes you have to actually make sure that politics are in line with what people want. A lot of people are giving up on politics and thinking they can solve issues with technology. These kind of arrogant behaviours towards the rest of the society are […]
There are FOUR things you should note for this Veteran’s Day weekend. -=-=- First -=-=- Code for America / BetaNYC has been asked to play a very special part in a very special event in the lead up to very special event on 1 Jan… 😉 To strengthen our narrative, we are running a BetaNYC Sentiment […]
The 2013 edition of Housing NYC: Rents, Markets and Trends has been published and is available for sale exclusively from CityStore in both book and CD format, but is not available as a free download. NYC Rent Guidelines Board Why NOT?!?!
The community that I have been connected to loves to ride bikes because it’s the most efficient mechanism to get around New York City,” Hidalgo said. “Nothing is perfect from the get-go and we recognize that, but that’s why we’re here as concerned citizens. New York Nerds Sift Citi Bike Data to Solve Availability – […]
Nov’s 2013 (11/6) BetaTalk: Open NY, the state’s data team, & NYC Code for America Fellows. RSVP on meetup.com This is going to be a really exciting night! Two great teams who have two amazing stories! For the night, we’re going to start off with the Open NY team introducing themselves and talking about their […]