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The Need for Speed: Rural Users Tend to Have Slower Internet Connections

For years, researchers have looked for more reliable ways to measure the gap in broadband speeds between rural and urban areas. A new study based on individual users’ internet speed-tests offers one more way to measure the digital divide.

Nevada State Parks Brings New Technology to Reservations

Nevada State Parks is modernizing reservation processes with a cloud-based reservation software to simplify the visitor and staff experience. Officials say the state is the last to modernize its reservation system.

Google Maps is making it easier to explore US national parks, even without cell service

The online navigation platform is rolling out four updates this month to help users explore America’s national parks, even if they lose cell phone coverage.

El Paso’s Data Visualization Tool Tells a Story for the City

The city of El Paso, Texas, has partnered with the private sector to create the Economic Snapshot Dashboard, a data visualization that will paint a picture of the city’s economy as it grows and adapts.

Montana World Trade Center® International Trade and Investment Survey

You’re invited to meet with Montana industry representatives at Photonics West in San Francisco, January 31 to Feb 2, 2023. 

Montana Career Opportunity – Grid Analyst – Montana Energy Office

Are you looking for a career where you can make a difference for Montana’s energy system and its vital role supporting our communities and economy? Consider being part of the Montana Energy Office’s team of…

Do You Really Have the Broadband the FCC Thinks You Have?

Billions of dollars in funding will be administered based on the FCC’s broadband availability map. Is it right? Check your own address and see.

New FCC Broadband Map of the U.S. Is ‘A Step in the Right Direction’

Experts say while the map is an improvement for future money allocation, some issues persist.

Montana’s onX Wants to Unlock 15 Million Acres of Trapped Public Lands — But How? $7 Million in Damages for Crossing a Boundary???

If you put together all the public lands that Americans can’t actually reach, it amounts to an area more than 10 times the size of Yellowstone National Park.

Top Websites for Urban Planning – 2022

Every year, Planetizen collects the websites breaking new digital ground in the world of planning and related fields.