College Station Local Business
Local business in College Station, TX
21 hrs ago | via Customer Interaction Solutions
Associated General Contractors of America and Construction Open Software Alliance Combine Efforts to Improve Technology Integration in Construction Bryan/College Station, TX and Washington, DC October 24, 2014 A recent survey of 1,000 commercial construction professionals revealed that only 4% of builders have full integration across the software applications that they use daily. Nearly 60% of builders are using the latest software solutions but relying on antiquated, manually intensive workflows which incorporate spreadsheets to transfer data between those software solutions. Comment?
Thursday | via Norwalk Citizen News
Texas Gov. Rick Perry speaks with Texas A&M bio technology gradate student Deepa Vijaykomar, right, during a tour of the Texas A&M National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing in College Station, Texas, Wendesday, Oct. 22, 2014. The center is one of the pioneering vaccine and therapeutic manufacturing facilities that comprise the Texas A&M Center for Innovation in Advanced Development and Manufacturing . Comment?
Wednesday | via KBTX-TV Bryan
Thursday morning County Commissioners are holding a meeting to explore future options including shutting down Straub Road near Wellborn for train traffic. In the future you might not hear the sound of cars rumbling over the tracks on Straub Road near Wellborn Road. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 22 | via Business Journal
On the cusp of a future hearing that could change the way the Internet is regulated, Federal Communications Commissioner Ajit Pai recently visited Texas to get feedback on how the agency should proceed. "There are a lot of complex issues involving whatever authority the FCC might invoke," Pai said Tuesday during his visit to Irving. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 21 | via The Hill
One of the Federal Communications Commission's own is criticizing the agency for staying in Washington instead of getting feedback from the rest of the country. Commissioner Ajit Pai on Tuesday hosted a forum to discuss possible new rules for Internet service providers in College Station, Texas, and said that more of his fellow commissioners should follow his lead. Comment?
Monday Oct 20 | via The Washington Post
Former president George H.W. Bush introduces President Obama during an Oct. 16, 2009, "Points of Light" forum at Texas A&M University's Rudder Auditorium in College Station, Tex. A new television ad from Georgia Democratic Senate candidate Michelle Nunn seeks to refute an attack used by her Republican opponent, David Perdue. Comment?
Thursday Oct 16 | via Ars Technica
On Thursday, the Guardian reported that the developers of Whisper , an social media platform that allows individuals to post anonymous messages that can be seen by others based on a number of factors, isn't all that anonymous after all. Whisper, which is advertised as "the safest place on the Internet," tracks geolocation data of posters, and uses their location data for a number of purposes-including censorship and reporting of posts from military bases to the Department of Defense. Comment?
Saturday Oct 11 | via KBTX-TV Bryan
Patrina Adger is an award winning journalist who joined KBTX as a Multi-Media Journalist in May 2014. She came to College Station from FOX 26 News in Houston, where she worked as an Associate Producer for nearly four years. Comment?
Friday Oct 10 | via Texomaland
Welcome to the Food Manager Classes service for managers employed within the City of College Station, Texas. This food managers certification course is for any food service manager who needs to obtain a certicate in order to work in a retail food establishment, or any individual who desires training. Comment?
Thursday Oct 9 | via KBTX-TV Bryan
PETA's bid to put up a ten-foot-tall, granite tombstone in Bryan to memorialize thousands of chickens, may have hit a snag. On September 30, a Sanderson Farms truck was carrying around 5,500 chickens when its load shifted, causing the truck to overturn. Comment?
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