The Official Reset San Francisco Blog
Imagine if there were a federal program with millions of dollars set-aside just for California’s working families, where each family could fill out one form and get up to $5,666 to help pay the bills. Imagine the real benefit this would have for California’s working families who are struggling to get by in this economy. Imagine the impact on California’s already overburdened social programs, if families could be less reliant on state programs.
By: Ben Shore
So what happens when “open government” shuts down early? If the government has useful, open data to supply to the citizenry but no one can see it, is it really open?
By: Eric Jaye
Here’s the good news – the idea that governments should collect feedback from residents is gaining broader acceptance under the banner of Gov. 2.0.
By: Ben Shore
It’s fairly likely that you or someone you know has, at some point, experienced the following situation in San Francisco:
By: Catherine Moore
There was a time in my life, when I believed in the security of parking garages. In fact, I've been pro parking-garage since I was of driving age. I park in them when I run errands. I park in them when I drive to work. I pay for a monthly parking spot at the Civic Center parking garage.
“Then you better start swimmin' or you'll sink like a stone, for the times they are a-changin'.”
After a year of making fun of Apple’s iPad and those who dropped about half a grand for the oversized iPod Touch, I found myself making a complete one-eighty and purchasing the iPad 2.