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Chattanooga: Galapagos of the Internet?

When the Public Library’s Gig Lab had its grand opening a few weeks ago, I spent some time with Jeff Branson, a technology educator who came in from Boulder, Colorado to give the keynote lecture and lead a workshop.

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Check Out the Gig

The Chattanooga Public Library has the Gig, Chattanooga’s best-in-universe one gigabit Internet. You can’t pull the Gig off the shelf, take it downstairs, get its little barcode scanned and walk out the door with it. more »

Dec 17, 2014 5:42 PM Tech Talk

A Wiki Grows in Chattanooga

If you’ve ever used Wikipedia, the web-based, user-created encyclopedia, you know something about Chattanooga’s LocalWiki, but there are some important differences. more »

Dec 4, 2014 10:51 AM Tech Talk

You’ve Got Moving!

What could be more about brawn over brains than a moving company, right? A smelly diesel truck, a two-wheeled dolly and a pair of beefy guys beside you whistling while they work. And maybe breaking your stuff. more »

Nov 20, 2014 10:18 AM Tech Talk

(Phase) Shift Happens

Welcome to the second half of The Pulse’s conversation with David Weinberger, Internet researcher and futurist who spoke at Chattanooga’s Startup Week, Mike Bradshaw, executive director of CoLab, and Nate Hill ... more »

Nov 6, 2014 12:00 AM Tech Talk

Stalking the Wild Phase Shift: Business Reimagined

One of the highlights of Chattanooga’s recent Startup Week was a lecture by David Weinberger, Harvard researcher and author of “Too Big To Know”, about how the Internet has changed not just what we know, but how we create knowledge. more »

Oct 23, 2014 12:00 AM Tech Talk

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