Montana Tea Party members are using social networking tools to connect with each other and spread their message, according to KBZK’s Erin Yeykal.
Sen. Jon Tester’s government transparency bill, the Public Online Information Act of 2010, is drawing some criticism from lobbyists for government contractors and from some transparency advocates, writes Aliya Sternstein at NextGov.
The Environmental Protection Agency has awarded Bozeman-based Bridger Photonics a $345,000 grant to develop a compact carbon dioxide sensor that can be used at carbon sequestration sites to look for and map possible leaks.
Sen. Jon Tester’s Public Online Information Act of 2010 has the potential to make a heck of a lot of government records available for free online, but in spots the text of the bill could be interpreted in a few ways.
Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., has introduced a bill before the U.S. Senate that would require government agencies to publish all their public records online, the… Read More »Tester introduces bill to put more public records online
Personal information for 267 former Montana Tech students was accidentally e-mailed to the entire campus last week, KBZK reports. The e-mail, sent on April 22,… Read More »Montana Tech students’ personal information accidentally mass e-mailed
OurChronicle video on the Grace Note Hand Bell Choir, created by the talented Logan Lyles.
A Missoula company has struck a deal with IBM that could shape how organizations monitor critical infrastructure and how the country secures its borders, the… Read More »Missoula tech company strikes deal with IBM to help build trek-like sensor grids
Do you need a nice leather chair made from elephant hide? A framed photo of Maj. Gen. W.T. Sherman? A face massage machine? A king-sized… Read More »Edra Blixseth property being auctioned online
The Billings Gazette has released its iPhone app, called simply “Billings Gazette.” It’s a free app available in the iTunes Store. The app has four… Read More »Billings Gazette releases an iPhone app