Mick Thompson

Code for America

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Engineer in Residence at Code for America, an organization that helps develop mobile applications with cities

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The City of Los Angeles is offering an application for smart phone users, and Mayor Villaraigosa says it "puts the power of City Hall in the palm of your hand."

Is There Finally an App for Responsive Government?

The City of Los Angeles is offering an application for smart phone users, and Mayor Villaraigosa says it "puts the power of City Hall in the palm of your hand."

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