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  • iTNerary

    iTNerary is an itinerary day planner for the Nashville Metropolitan area that utilizes open data and Yelp API (for food activity type). Look forward to expanding this to other cities.

    Challenge

    Open Data Challenge

    Event

    Hack for Change Nashville

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  • Flood Forecast

    FloodForecast allows users to register their address (currently in Boulder county, CO) and receive push alerts when that address is in eminent danger of flooding. A home owner may not receive warning of flooding when they are away from traditional media but…

    Challenge

    Open Data Challenge

    Event

    Hack 4 Colorado

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  • Fractionauts – Educational Game

    Fractionauts is a rocket themed educational game targeted towards 4th grade students interested in learning how to perform basic arithmetic with fractions. Players try to fill the rocket with fuel to a goal amount in fraction form and must combine other fractional…

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    Fractionauts - Educational Game

    Event

    Rochester Hackathon

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  • Excellence By Design

    The amazing work in Augusta, Georgia, a major contributor to the National Day of Civic Hacking, was highlighted in a short film by the Georgia Municipal Association called “Excellence By Design”. The video is about 12 minutes, but the featured part starts at 8:33 and worth…

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  • Hack the Future: Zidell Yards

    So for this glorious national weekend of civic hacking we’ve been hacking away at the future of Zidell Yards. “Located in the heart of Portland’s South Waterfront District, the Zidell family’s 33-acre riverfront property is the largest undeveloped site in the city….

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  • Who are we? Makeup of the #hackforchange Community

    As the participants in National Day of Civic Hacking know, we worked this year to profile the community and get some data around who is doing civic innovation. While we only had a small portion of the community respond, we found the…

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