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City to offer Internet access to live and on-demand video of public meetings

Great news from the City of Charlottesville… starting January 2, 2007, the public will have access to both live streaming video and on-demand archival video of the meetings of City Council, the Planning Commission, and the Board of Architectural Review.  The City has implemented an Internet broadcast product from Granicus. The media release notes that: […]

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City celebrates website honors

This is an experimental blog post taking advantage of the camera on my Treo mobile phone and some publishing software from my blog host, TypePad. This is an example of how blogs and wireless Internet access are important tools for citizen journalists and “new media” organizations like Charlottesville Tomorrow. In this case, I am attending […]

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New calendar resources

I just outfitted the Charlottesville Tomorrow website with new calendar software offered by a company named Trumba .  I am very impressed with their program.  It offers the following helpful features to people interested in tracking meetings and events: Please send me your feedback and let me know if you find this version of the […]

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City has a new website

Sometime in the past month the City of Charlottesville rolled out a new website .  I must have missed all the fanfare, but I did find all my links to their old site broken today!  So with the links repaired, I’ll encourage residents to check out the new resources online. Here are a few goodies […]