Louisville’s city government is one of the best in the nation in using technology to better serve its citizens according to a new survey. Metro Government placed second nationally in the Digital Cities Survey, conducted by the Republic’s Center for Digital Government. The survey looks at how well city governments use information technology in improving and delivering basic services, managing budgets, providing public safety and other areas.
|Mayor Greg Fischer engages Twitter and fellow Louisvillians [Technology]|
|Check-in to Mortenson Family Dental on Foursquare for free stuff [Technology]|
|The Voice-Tribune goes tech and launches an iPhone app [Technology]|
|The ultimate free Black Friday app [Technology]|
|Quadcopter "drones" do battle in Louisville|
|Weird Craigslist Listing: Fannie-pack wearing post Derby soul mate [Technology]|
|Weird Craigslist Listing: A girlfriend with a satan worshiping secret [Technology]|