Saturday evening’s thunderstorm brought sheets of lashing rain to most of Bozeman, downing small branches, partially flooding city streets and making fools of those of… Read More »A chat with the star of Bozeman’s thunderstorm-tubing video
You know me. I like to make Storify stories of big stuff that gets people talking around Bozeman, and a big thunderstorm is no exception.… Read More »Storify of June 29 thunderstorm in Bozeman
Bozeman-based Golden Helix, a genetics company, will release a piece of free software next week called [GenomeBrowse](http://www.goldenhelix.com/GenomeBrowse/index.html), a visual browser for the human genome. The… Read More »Bozeman genetics company releasing free genome browser software
Reporter Gail Schontzler filed this story a few days ago, after MSU’s assistant director of Web communications, Jake Dolan, made a presentation to the University Council on all the ways the university is using social networks to keep up with students and to keep in touch with potential students.
Update: Terri McCoy called over the weekend to clarify one issue about the complaints received from the 2010 reporting program. I wrote that 45 submissions… Read More »Montana Secretary of State launches site to streamline election law violation reports
An article published on Inc.com extolls the virtues of the Gallatin Valley as a home for tech start-ups.
Where I come from, WoW stands for World of Warcraft, but apparently the good people of Missoula County now say it stands for Web on… Read More »The Web goes mobile and parks itself in Bozeman