Category: Technology

March 25, 2009

Bill would let ISPs charge fee for parental controls

Filed under: Maryland Government, Technology - 25 Mar 2009

The Maryland Senate has given preliminary approval to legislation that would help parents restrict children’s access to certain Internet sites.

Sen. Nancy King, D-Montgomery, is sponsoring the bill to give parents a tool to help keep kids away from predators …

March 24, 2009

MD golf courses on Twitter

Filed under: Technology - 24 Mar 2009

Daily Record

Twitter comes to the game of golf! Golfers at three Maryland courses this season can use the social media tool Twitter to communicate with the course management teams, talk about golf and even set up tee times.

Les Birney, …

February 26, 2009

Tonight’s Live Events

Filed under: Technology, Events, concerts, Music, bars, clubs, theater - 26 Feb 2009

Cradle Of Filth, Satyricon, Septicflesh at Rams Head Live!
Matt & Kim, Hollywood Holt at Ottobar
Carbon Leaf at Rams Head On Stage
Breakout at Shorty’s Martini Bar
Lady C at Red Maple
MD Social Media Tweetup at …

February 23, 2009

Top 10 MD Political Twitterers

Filed under: Politics, Maryland Government, Blogs, Technology, Media - 23 Feb 2009

Legum’s New Line has the complete list, which includes us here at @insidecharmcity.

Law firms and Web 2.0

Filed under: Technology, Legal News - 23 Feb 2009

Daily Record
When Vickie J. Gray saw that 48 attorneys from Ober, Kaler, Grimes & Shriver P.C. belonged to LinkedIn, she knew it was time for the firm to weigh in on lawyers’ use of the social networking Web site.

Gray, …

February 9, 2009 under malware attack

Filed under: Technology, Media, radio, WBAL-AM - 09 Feb 2009

UPDATE: it appears to be fixed now.

As a way of background, I currently work in IT and I’ve worked in it off and on for the past 12 years or so.

I went to (the website of WBAL 1090 AM) …

January 30, 2009

Bill would allow Marylanders to win cash for fantasy sports

Filed under: Sports, Maryland Government, Technology, Gambling - 30 Jan 2009

Baltimore Examiner
The performance of sports stars like Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis could mean big bucks for fantasy sports buffs in Maryland.

Del. John Olszewski, D-Baltimore County, is proposing to remove fantasy gaming from the state’s anti-gambling laws and allow …

January 14, 2009

Obama visit could be first test of new radios

Filed under: Government, Technology, Baltimore, Barack Obama - 14 Jan 2009

A new mobile radio system purchased collectively by Baltimore region governments will be on hand to assist communications during President-elect Barack Obama’s appearance Saturday in Baltimore, officials said.

Officials, including Baltimore County Executive Jim Smith, Howard County Executive Ken Ulman …

December 1, 2008

Old city fireboat sold online

Filed under: Baltimore City, Technology - 01 Dec 2008

Baltimore Sun
Baltimore’s former fireboat was sold in an online auction to an Ohio-based equipment supply company, netting the city’s cash-strapped general fund $80,000, said Ian Brennan, a City Hall spokesman. The 85-foot fireboat was named after Mayor J. Harold …

October 29, 2008

Head of Tech Council leaving

Filed under: Technology - 29 Oct 2008

Daily Record
The head of the state’s high-tech trade organization is stepping down.

Julie Coons, chief executive officer of the Tech Council of Maryland, said Tuesday that she will leave the group at the end of November to become president and …

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