Los Angeles


LAPD’s Growing Use of Surveillance State Technology

With the recent protest in Ferguson, MO over the shooting of Michael Brown and the heavy handed response of the Ferguson police department, bringing out mine-resistant ambush protected vehicles (MRAP), tear gas, snipers, and camouflaged dressed cops, much focus has been put on the militarization of the police force. Los […]


Networking with Blacks in Technology-Los Angeles at Google 1

Networking. That’s the buzzword these days for getting ahead in business. And even if you’re employed or have your own business, it still pays to stay connected–so I’m told–in your current field or maybe even something seemingly unrelated. Last Wednesday, in an effort to get out and network, I attended […]


Los Angeles Police Department Rolling Out Crime Predicting Software

Today’s police officers are getting real excited at the prospect of new law enforcement toys that will be in their hands in the near future. For example, there are the drones that will soon be available to help chase criminals down and then there’s that really cool, and slightly disturbing, […]


No More Hunting for Downtown LA Parking

If you work in downtown LA or you go there frequently for sports events, concerts or shopping, your parking experience just got easier. Source: laexpresspark.org On May 21, 2012, a one-year pilot program called LA Express Park™ was launched in downtown LA by LADOT. It uses real-time wireless technology to […]


Job Opportunity with Tech Firm in Silicon Beach (Santa Monica)

Picture it. You’re working for an industry leading tech firm that’s providing cutting edge mobile solutions for name-brand companies such as AT&T, General Motors, and Toshiba – and its only blocks away from the beach. Sound nice? Heads up, this dream job could actually happen. An award-winning mobile consulting and […]