At least three job postings have popped up online for Google Fiber operations and management in San Antonio.
San Antonio and Texas lawmakers have the opportunity to support issues affecting local communities of color while also promoting vital tools for local entrepreneurs, musicians, artists and independent media producers.
We all agree that San Antonio must embrace technology and innovation to be more competitive in the global economy and improve our quality of life here at home.
One year after Councilmember Ron Nirenberg (D8) first proposed a municipal broadband strategy to City Council, the matter will come to a vote Thursday, providing newly-elected Mayor Ivy Taylor and her colleagues the opportunity to lead San Antonio’s public institutions into an era of greater digital connectivity.
Thursday’s 3-2 vote by the Federal Communication Commission to regulate broadband Internet service as a utility is being hailed in the social media universe as a landmark ruling in defense of consumers facing big telecoms and cable companies.
With the year coming to a close tonight, it’s good to look back to see what you’re proud of and what you wish you could have changed.