Category: Cleveland

Broken Pulpit Poetry Weekend

03/30/13 | by steveg [mail] | Categories: Announcements [A], Poetry, Cleveland, WITB Press
WhatsInTheBag Press is pleased to present The Broken Pulpit Poetry Extravaganza. The Broken Pulpit is a one-off, unique 2 day poetry extravaganza in Cleveland over the weekend of April 20 – 21. It will consist of a stage show Saturday night in Midtown… more »

Deaf and Late

WARNING: This is a rant! Today, on a rare time I read the PD, I saw two items in the business section that got me hot. It wasn't about the writing or editing or dependence on newswire this time. It was on the typical bonehead myopia, squelch filter… more »

Passion Pushes Place in Publication

08/20/07 | by steveg [mail] | Categories: Cleveland, Economic Development, Community
Yeah, I've been going nuts during travel for indentured servitude. Makes me go into uncontrollable alliteration, but a bright note surprised me when I opened this month's flight magazine on my Continental plane ride to Maryland (got crabs---the good ki… more »

What I Mean Open Source

04/26/07 | by steveg [mail] | Categories: WiFi, Cleveland, Economic Development, Geekism
Couple days ago, I ranted about the lack of open source requirements in the Cleveland Wifi RFP. I tried to explain to CTO Melodie Mayberry-Stewart in a conference call when she first presented to Cleveland Digital Vision. I don't think I did a good jo… more »

City Wide Cleveland Wifi RFP Out

04/24/07 | by steveg [mail] | Categories: WiFi, Cleveland, Political, Economic Development
One of the perk of being on the Cleveland Digital Vision Board is that I get at the moment notice of things like when the Cleveland Citywide Wifi RFP comes out. I got the heads up and it was released last Friday. I spent Saturday nite reviewing it and… more »

It Ain't that tough

04/09/07 | by steveg [mail] | Categories: Cleveland, Business, Economic Development, Community
Bill Callahan had me thinking about smart meters and what's stopping First Energy and CPP from doing it. I realized that this is not that tough and a little research popped up this beauty from out of "Da City" hometown NYC. Much like some of the res… more »

Frank is Inhaling the Magic Lamp Fumes

Saw minor Mayor Frack Jackson's wishlist for neighborhoods in the Pain Dealer. This guy needs to loosen his tie and get some circulation above shoulder level. His priority for Tremont is to give us a scenic overlook along University Rd so we can see… more »

Legitimacy? TWifi?

05/11/06 | by steveg [mail] | Categories: WiFi, Cleveland, Community
Yesterday, I attended the annual meeting for Cleveland Digital Vision for a couple of reasons. First, Twifi thru Tremont West Deve. Corp is a member and members SHOULD attend annual meetings. Second, Angela Stuber, Exec Dir of Ohio Community Computing… more »

Clarification to Henry

04/24/06 | by steveg [mail] | Categories: WiFi, Blogging, Cleveland
Happy Henry Gomez of the Plain Dealer referred to my last post about an NY Post article on community wifi. (Thanks, Henry) (http://www.cleveland.com/weblogs/techlink/index.ssf?/mtlogs/cleve_techlink/archives/2006_04.html#134043) Steve Goldberg link… more »

"trying to run a new civilization in old ways."

Wow, is that a quote from some insightful modern civic entreprenuer that hits our present system on the head? Well, he was certainly insightful and an entrepreenuer. I was in Edison's Pub in Tremont when I came across this at John Ettorre blog.(workin… more »

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