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Start It Up Episode 4: Internet for All, Open-Source Coding, and Treehouses


The Mozilla Hive is Abuzz in Chattanooga

Lindsey Frost Cleary and Geoff Millener of the Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund want a free and open internet for everybody.  Access to the Internet is the gateway to all things technology, and The Mozilla Foundation is making sure that every kid in Chattanooga gets to run through the door.

Open Source Coding: The Real Benefits of Sharing Data

Jason Denizac, a Code For America Fellow, is helping Chattanooga reap the benefits of open source coding, and Aaron Irizarry is making it easier for ordinary people to interact with technology.  Find out how easier and greater access to data can improve the quality of life for Chattanoogans.

Today's Treehouses Leave Nothing to Be Desired

Andrew Alms is Co-Founder of The Treehouse Project, a brand new hotel being developed in Blowing Springs, GA.  By providing luxury amenities, The Treehouse Project will give travelers a few days of fantasy adventure without giving up the comforts of home.

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