Kansas City, Missouri residents now have another way to let the city know a street light is out or there is a pothole that needs to be filled—Twitter.
Just like when they call 311, residents will be given a case number when they tweet @KCMO311, so they can track the progress of the request.
The city’s social media analyst Mark Van Baale says Twitter is becoming a more important way for cities to communicate with residents.
The head of the Missouri Senate is denying reports from some conservative bloggers that top Republicans are planning an about-face on Medicaid expansion.
Internet pirates are hiding on college computer networks, despite the schools’ efforts to get rid of them. Arrrgh.
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