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Missoula, Montana’s onX and Backcountry Hunters & Anglers- It’s Public Land. But the Public Can’t Reach It.

The app is called OnX. Its basic functionality is simple: OnX shows you where you are in real time, using a blue dot exactly the same as the one on Google Maps. The difference is that OnX is designed to show where you are in a forest, on a mountain or in a canyon. It has been around since 2009 and is popular with hunters and outdoor enthusiasts.

‘Quiet quitting’ poses a cybersecurity risk that calls for a shift in workplace culture 

Considering that 82% of data breaches last year involved the human element or human error, security leaders can’t afford to overlook the risks presented by quiet quitting, particularly amid the Great Resignation, where employees expect greater work-life balance. 

Try to Please All and You Will Please None: How Segmenting Your List Can Increase Online Engagement and Charitable Giving

Have you ever used these communication strategies with your nonprofit community members?

Missoula, Montana’s TOMIS November Newsletter – Outside’s Best Places To Work in 2022<>Rezdy Webinar, America Outdoors Conference|

We’re honored to announce TOMIS as one of Outside Magazine’s Best Places to Work in 2022! A huge kudos to the team and Evan Tipton for their continuous efforts in getting us here. We’re proud of everything TOMIS stands for and look forward to continuing to grow together!

Oregon will be the first state to make affordable health care a constitutional right

Measure 111 amends the Oregon constitution by adding: “It is the obligation of the state to ensure that every resident of Oregon has access to cost-effective, clinically appropriate and affordable health care as a fundamental right.”

The long-awaited US broadband internet maps are here — for you to challenge

The new maps don’t let ISPs pretend you’re covered just because you’re near coverage — but they can still lie about your address.

The Creator Economy is the future of the economy

The dean of studies of the creative class has analyzed the rise of the Creator Economy to reveal which cities are winning—and how we can foster a broad middle class.

Podcast – ‘The Future of the Office: Work from Home, Remote Work, and the Hard Choices We All Face’

Wharton management professor Peter Cappelli, author of The Future of the Office: Work from Home, Remote Work, and the Hard Choices We All Face, speaks with Wharton marketing professor Peter Fader about the surprising tradeoffs both employers and employees may have to accept as organizations grapple with returning to the office.

Hemp-Fed Cows Get Buzzed, Study Finds, but Will Humans Who Drink Their Milk?

The findings show that the dairy cows that have eaten industrial hemp change their behavior, and their milk may have potentially high levels of THC.

What’s wrong with US broadband?

The Verge and Consumer Reports collected 22,000 internet bills to find out how Americans are getting online. They paint an ugly picture.