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Derek Hansen
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"A key consideration is a vibrant downtown community with convenient transportation and easy access to our facilities. As a result we also have a keen interest in the downtown streetcar project and are monitoring that situation closely."

What I find comical is that Ald. Bob Donovan, who is opposed to the streetcar project said that his is committed to meeting with executives and discuss a, "desire for convenient transportation, easy access to area facilities, and a vibrant downtown community." Well, there is a reason why the largest Wisconsin-based corporation is interested in a streetcar system and it is not because the cars look cute...
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Between some really great features and an overall interest in cycling technology, I'm going to keep my eyes on this one.
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Awwww yeah! Cannot wait to start implementing this into some projects!
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"The face of downtown is changing. Counting all development in the past nine years, about $2.6 billion in public and private investment has been completed"

This figure is not including $980 million in current construction. Improving and expanding infrastructure in Milwaukee is key to drawing in new business, creating jobs, and pump money into the city.
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Even though the wall is gone, the imprint is still present.
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New Apple employees are given access to a suite of apps to help them communicate with one another, test devices, and deal with customers.

Thanks to hackers exploiting holes in the iPhone's software, and test devices accidentally sent to customers by carriers, we're able to sneak a peek behind Apple's secrecy and discover what the company's secret apps look like.
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Finally got around to requesting an invite.
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"LucasArts was a company paralyzed by dysfunction, apathy, and indecision from executives at the highest levels."

Really interesting read about how LucasArts fell apart and took a plethora of great ideas and talent into the ground.
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