I don’t care who you love; if you love this country enough to risk your life for it, you shouldn’t have to hide who you are. You ought to be able to serve.
…the [USPS] has a unique asset that could allow it to make money by collecting valuable data that would contribute to the country’s safety and economic health: its far-reaching network of trucks. The service’s thousands of delivery vehicles have only one purpose now: to transport mail. But what if they were fitted with sensors to collect and transmit information about weather or air pollutants? The trucks would go from being bulky tools of industrial-age communication to being on the cutting edge of 21st-century information-gathering and forecasting.
Only 590 members of the NYTM voted, adding up to a turnout of less than 6 percent.
Thank you friends. Thank you geeks & thank you NEW YORK! No where else will you find such a diverse, passionate lot of nurds, geeks & dweebs who are ready to tackle the future head on.
This week has been refreshing. This NY Tech Meetup election is about the next steps – big and small. After hearing the promises, arguments and campaign speeches, TODAY COMES DOWN TO YOU!
NYTM Friends, I need your vote by 3pm ET at http://vote.nytm.org
GLOBAL friends, I need your tweets of support. Please share with the world the following lines…
NYTM Voters: “NY needs an API for the future! I just voted for @noneck for the #NYTM board. Vote "Noel Hidalgo” at http://vote.nytm.org!“
Non-voters: "I support @Noneck. #NYTM’s board needs his API for the future. Vote "Noel Hidalgo” at http://vote.nytm.org“
Thanks for hearing me out…