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Jan 09 Published in Santa Cruz coworking, Santa Cruz, Local Projects, Local News, Local Event, Local Doings, Local Business, Current Events, Cruzioworks, Cruzio, Code for America by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (0)
The City of Santa Cruz and Code for America, a national nonprofit that uses talented web professionals to improve government services, are proud to announce the public launch of OpenCounter, an online small business permitting system.
Designed and developed throughout 2012, OpenCounter reduces the confusion of starting a business by creating an online
Aug 08 Published in Local Projects, Local News, Local Business, Fiber, Current Events, Cruzioworks, Cruzio by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (0)
Santa Cruz has always been known as a beach community, an oasis where Bay Area citizens can escape into the sunny bliss of rolling surf and beautiful redwoods. However, in recent months, Santa Cruz is making waves in another way, following Kansas City, Chattanooga and Lafayette in creating a hyper-connected "Gig City."
But where other cities have relied on
Jul 25 Published in Local Projects, Local Event, Local Business, Current Events, Classes by CTVsantacruz | Comment (0)
May 27 Published in Santa Cruz coworking, Productivity, Local Projects, Local Event, inspiration, fun, Cruzioworks by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (0)
People we saw at the Techraising.
Everyone was pretty energized, even after a couple of late nights. I'm not good with names so I won't even try to attribute all the photos... just the first few.
First up are the awesome organizers. (Lots more info about the techraising on TechRaising.com ).
And now on to
May 24 Published in Local Projects, Local Event, Local Business, Cruzioworks, Cruzio, 877 Cedar Street by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (0)
Margaret Rosas, Andrew Mueller and Matthew Swinnerton are the forces behind the Techraising on May 20-22. We were lucky to have it at Cruzioworks, it was a blast.
It started with a line of people waiting to pitch their startup ideas.About 30 people had about 35 ideas (some got so enthusiastic they pitched more than one).
The ideas ranged from a new type
Apr 15 Published in Videos, tips and tricks, television, School, Santa Cruz, Non Profit, Local Projects, Local Event, Local Doings, Internet TV, Geekery, fun, Computers, community media, Community, Classes, art by CTVsantacruz | Comment (0)
Teen TVTEEN TV: STUDIO PRODUCTION CAMP (13 - 18 yrs, 5 days) Produce your own TV show! Teen participants will work together with skilled Community Television trainers to prepare, produce, and work the various crew positions involved in creating a television studio program. Each day will include fun, hands-on training in studio cameras,
Oct 29 Published in Upcoming Events, television, Santa Cruz, Politics, Political Ads, Non Profit, Local Projects, Local News, Local Event, Internet TV, downtown, Current Events, community media, Community, California Politics by CTVsantacruz | Comment (0)
Tune into Community Television of Santa Cruz County on Election Night for
the best and most extensive local coverage of election results and analysis.
Beginning at 7:30pm on Comcast Ch 26/Charter Ch 72, and live streaming at
http://communitytv.org/ctv2, CTV’s election coverage will feature special
hosts and guests from around the county, including Fred Keeley,
May 17 Published in tips and tricks, The Arts, Santa Cruz, Nightlife, music, Local Projects, Local Event, Local Business, Live Music, folk music, booking, acoustic music by SC Rehearsal Studios | Comment (0)
Part of the Good Times Making Noise blog. My goal is to provide helpful information to local bands on how to book shows and build their audience.
Apr 08 Published in Technology, Sentinel building, Santa Cruz, New Sentinel, Local Projects, Internet, Fiber, Current Events, Cruzio, Anniversary by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (1)
Mar 24 Published in Sentinel building, Santa Cruz, New Sentinel, Local Projects, Local News, ISP, Internet, Fiber, Economics, Cruzio by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (0)
All of us here at Cruzio are stoked about the possibility of Google bringing fiber to Santa Cruz (especially the open access part). We'd love it if everyone had incredible connections to the
Dec 08 Published in Santa Cruz, Non Profit, Local Projects, Local Event, Community, charity by Scott Design | Comment (0)
On Wednesday, December 2, twenty-one women gathered for the first 100+ Women Who Care-Santa Cruz meeting, each bringing a blank check for $100. After hearing five-minute presentations from three nominated charities, the group voted to make a donation to Mini Mermaids, an after-school running program— based at Del Mar Elementary School in Live Oak —for
Aug 10 Published in Local Projects, Local News, Local Doings, Internet, Geekery, Cruzio, Community by member784564 | Comment (0)
Knowledge work becomes a competitive advantage when traditional manufacturing work begins happening elsewhere. Drivers of the new sustainable, regional economy are digital education and entertainment.
What's required to better interconnect media producers and designers with the audiences eager for content? Bandwidth.
What can we do to create greater broadband
May 06 Published in Santa Cruz, Local Projects, Local News, Local Business, Current Events, art by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
Mar 16 Published in Local Projects by Chris | Comment (0)
The City of Santa Cruz has posted the final EIR (Environmental Impact Report) for the LaBahia Hotel project here: http://www.ci.santa-cruz.ca.us/pl/LaBahia/LaBahia.html
This is a pretty comprehesive document, it includes a _lot_ of information about the project including plans, alternative plans, traffic analysis, and projected views of how the building