The Bozeman Police Department on Thursday announced that it will post information about crimes reported in the city to a free, publicly accessible online mapping service.
The city of Bozeman has joined Twitter. Well, that’s not exactly news. The city’s account, @CityofBozeman, was created on April 26 â€” ages ago in… Read More »City creates hashtag for Bozeman flooding on Twitter
I saw this link posted to Twitter today, and it intrigued me. Bozeman now has its own makerspace, the aptly named Bozeman Makerspace. What’s a makerspace, you ask?
This story fits in wit the technological focus of this blog, I think. Montana State University students road away with several awards at last weekend’s… Read More »MSU engineering students win awards at human-powered vehicle races
“You can’t get an iPhone in Montana. It’s impossible.”
For four years, Kevin McMindes heard this line uttered again and again. People knew that Apple’s popular cell phone was only available on the AT&T network, and since AT&T service was not offered in Montana, there could be no iPhones. Simple logic.
Except it was wrong.
Should the city of Bozeman require that projects lay groundwork for future broadband access?
A springtime walk in Bozeman presents many beautiful sights: flowers in bloom, greening grass, friendly people, happy squirrels. So why has retired math teacher Kay McAllister been keeping her eyes fixed on the ground?