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Cleveland launches Gigabit internet experiment

Case Western Reserve University is stepping to the head of the line in research on the effect super-speed internet will have on communities. This project has been in the works long before Google dangled “Google fiber” out there and Dayton responded with the www.averageandawesome.com website (where if you haven’t registered- please do). From the Cleveland.com Read More

The Dayton Development Coalition is listening to esrati.com

Back on Feb 18th I suggested the Dayton Development Coalition put together a bid for Google Fiber to come to Dayton. Today they launched another “Real Art” production (from the folks that brought you Qbase, Get Midwest, H2OH! and that “wonderful” Dayton Region Rally) the site, get this, www.averageandawesome.com From the Dayton Daily: “We’re really Read More

GetMidwest.com launches- yawn.

Well, almost 5 months after the campaign hit the fan, the website finally launched- and Lori Turner didn’t get to overbill for Real Art’s services, like she had on everything else. The Dayton Development Coalition spent a million dollars- and this is what we have: GetMidwest.com – Dayton Region The Dayton Region in Southwest Ohio Read More

Dayton Development Coalition grants another no-bid to Real Art

The Dayton Development Coalition is about to launch a new website. That’s good, because the old one was but ugly and absolutely useless without search capabilities. Apparently, the contractor is Real Art, owned in part by Bev Shillito, one of the trustees. And once again, no-bid, although I’m pretty sure the DDC can’t say that Read More

“Get Midwest” price rises again- more tax dollars involved

You read about Beverly Shillito and her dual role as Dayton Development Coalition board person and co-owner of Real Art here last Wednesday: Connect the dots: Dayton Development Coalition Board- hire your own, no-bid And then on Thursday, I diagrammed the whole thing: The Flowchart: Your money to the congressman and his pals where I Read More

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