White House honors Scott Phillips as a ‘Champion of Change’

Tulsan Scott Phillips will be recognized by the Obama administration as a "Champion of Change" during a Tuesday morning ceremony at the White House. Phillips is the co-founder and CEO of Isocentric … [Read more...]

Tulsa Transit schedules integrated into Google Maps

Tulsans can now plan their local bus trips on Google Maps. "It's up and going," said Harold Kurth, Tulsa Transit's information technology specialist. The technology is easy to use: Go … [Read more...]

National Day of Civic Hacking coming to Tulsa

The words "hacking" "business" and "government" typically take on a negative connotation when used together in a sentence, but an event this weekend may change all that. Saturday has been dubbed … [Read more...]

City living: There’s an app for that

Inspired by the release of ever larger and more detailed sets of municipal data, citizen-developers are writing apps to ease every aspect of city living, from preschools to parking meters. Bringing … [Read more...]

Where is the Next Hot Startup Spot?

As a result of the ongoing efforts to grow GEW in Tulsa, an entrepreneurial ecosystem has emerged, driving fresh economic growth and making the region and the state more competitive on a national … [Read more...]

Tulsa People: Tech Savvy

Among the resources are state-driven programs, such as i2e, a private, nonprofit corporation focused on growing high-growth companies in Oklahoma; Tulsa-grown initiatives, such as Launch at Tulsa … [Read more...]

Tulsa Then & Now: Mapping the BFC

Tulsa City-County Library/TCCL staff worked with Tulsa Web Devs as part of Tulsa’s first Hackathon to create “Tulsa Then & Now: Mapping the BFC,” a mobile app that promotes the library’s digital … [Read more...]

This Land article features TWD!


This Land Press published an article about Government 2.0 in Oklahoma. Some of our work was featured, and it's good to see what else is going on in Oklahoma with open data! Take a look! UPDATE: … [Read more...]

Tulsa+ Celebration to focus on city’s positives

One group that will be presenting is the Tulsa Web Devs, a group of about 80 computer professionals who get together to work on public-interest projects. The group - at tulsaworld.com/tulsawebdevs … [Read more...]