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Input Lexington: Launching the Mayor Elect’s Fresh Start

Lexington Mayor-Elect Jim Gray’s transition team today invited citizen input for “fresh ideas to improve our city and make our government more efficient.” The announcement reads, “Transition Team Chair, UK Law Professor, Chris Frost will lead the effort to engage […]

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An App for Art: Lexington Takes it Artside

Gallery Hoppers got a preview of Lexington's new public art app, "Take it Artside," on Friday night at Lexington's Downtown Arts Center.The app is an initiative from Central

Drew Curtis reveals the secret to all social media at UK’s Tech Week

What if, when you’re adding up the receipts at your fruit stand, “you find out your number one selling item is Doritos?” Should you be in the fruit

Lexington announces free downtown, East End wi-fi

Lexington officials held a news conference this morning to announce the partial activation of a planned broadband wi-fi expansion into the downtown, East End and Cardinal Valley."Lexington Public"

Fark’s Drew Curtis Reveals Secret to Social Media at UK Tech Week Kickoff

"What if, when you’re adding up the receipts at your fruit stand, you find out your number one selling item is Doritos? Should you

Smart Up Start Ups in Lexington

BY DR. NICK KOUNS   I came upon this article on Twitter, referencing an article by Lexington's Fark.com founder Drew Curtis about tech

Now Reading: Drew Curtis, Are Startups outside tech cities farked?

Lexington's Drew Curtis (president/CEO Fark.com) has an excellent piece on GigaOm this weekend, Why Startups Outside Tech Cities Aren't Totally Farked. In it, he writes, "it’s a lot harder

Ace Best of Lexington: media, social media, new media

Ace Best of Lexington Readers Poll 2010. Section 6. Media/Social Media/New Media MEDIA/SOCIAL MEDIA/NEW MEDIANext group Most Likely to be Investigated by HL "Coal"Runner Up: University of

Apple Store to Open in Lexington

Lexington's new Apple store in Fayette Mall is scheduled to open Saturday, July 24 (on the Macy's end of the Mall). Advertising Age says in an article today 

Now Reading: NYT Review of Hamlet’s BlackBerry

This morning's  NYT Sunday Book Review looks at one of the newest meditations on the tech age, Hamlet's BlackBerry: A Practical Philosophy for Building a Good Life in



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