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Virtual Startup Competition

An online startup competition that pairs users into teams of four - biz dev, programming, marketing, and designer. Those who are in the competition must meet weekly deadlines to create their virtual business. Last phase would be an obvious demo day of all the startups; a networking event to remember. After the competition, users (teamed up locally) can go on to build their startups if they choose. So, build a business, ...more »

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Non partisan elections

All these ideas are great. But which mayor is going to implement them and WHY? New York votes democrats. This is a fact. So as long as mayor candidates are tied to a party, the pool of candidates is limited to those who have spent their life working up the ranks of the party. Born and raised politicians with no understanding, regard, interest or NEED to do anything innovative. The best mayors the city had were Giuliani ...more »

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Broad-based public participation in Digital Roadmap update

Digital Roadmap goals include open government & strengthened civic engagement; 2011 update promises "listening sessions" in all 5 boroughs. @nycgov meetup page is ,ore than a year old, but no meetups scheduled. Broad-based participation is essential for a Roadmap worthy of NYC

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NYC Digital Community Board APP

I would like to develop an app to allow community leaders access and manage data from their citizens and constituencies and invest in better projects for the community.

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WIFI Everywhere Incentives

Imagine how much innovation there would be in NYC if it were blanketed in free wifi? (not to mention it would make living here even more amazing) Free wifi doesn't need to be a pipe dream, and "always on" broadband doesn't have be limited to expensive 4G. NYC could create incentives for property owners to provide free wifi. Similar policies exist for non-tech public goods - for example new property developments are ...more »

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Meeting on Legal Implications of Wifi everywhere

Internet Everywhere: The Role & Policy Implications of Public Wi-Fi in NYC, organized by "New York Legal Hackers".

http://www.meetup.com/legalhackers/events/111488272/

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Make an alert-if-active mode for certain wireless alerts

Wireless alerts are potentially life saving, but not every alert should wake the dead (e.g., a 4am Amber alert which only a miniscule portion of area subscribers can act upon). And cell phone users should have more flexibility than turning them off. Here's an idea: for lower-level alerts (e.g., Amber alerts), the unit should ONLY buzz if it's been used or otherwise moved in the last minute. The alert will display upon ...more »

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Continued economic development of non-traditional tech

Continue incubator growth (fashion, manufacturing, green tech, transportation) & foster more non-traditional startup spaces (Media Center in bk, Fashion 2.0).

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Greater Diversity with Technology

Appoint a Chief Technology Council whose role is to create technology opportunities for women and minorities in NYC's technoogy economy. (Look to Chicago for guidance)

 

http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/mayor/press_room/press_releases/2013/january_2013/mayor_emanuel_appointschicagosfirstevertechnologyindustrydiversi.html

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New way of collaborating

Here is a new way of collaborating.

Not just ideas. It's a full fledged community.

It's FREE.

 

Try - https://www.heeduser.com

 

 

1) Not a regular forum. Not only ideas. It's a comprehensive collaboration platform.

2) Modern usability with social integration.

3) Capitalize on user engagement.

 

Try - https://www.heeduser.com

 

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Get ideas on the People's budget

There's another ideascale run by the city at http://peoplesbudgetnyc.ideascale.com/

 

We should all submit our technology proposals there too :)

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