Monthly Archives: August 2012

A flood of real-time data for severe weather alerts

Officials in Georgia’s Fulton County are always on the lookout for severe weather events like tornadoes and lightning storms. Networks of sensors and Intel-based servers turn real-time data into just-in-time alerts. Fast-moving storms move through the Atlanta metropolitan area, generating … Continue reading

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Still-Strong Isaac Lashing Southeastern Louisiana, New Orleans

UPDATED 9:45 AM CDT, August 29, 2012 By WeatherBug Sr. Meteorologist, James West Hurricane Isaac is continuing to lash southeastern Louisiana, including the greater New Orleans area, with hurricane force wind gusts, torrential tropical downpours and dangerous storm surge. A … Continue reading

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What ‘Pivot’ Really Means

by Alan Spoon, general partner in the Boston office of Polaris Venture Partners. The following excerpt is from Inc. magazine. Read the full article on the Inc. website. We hear about pivots all the time. But what separates the great … Continue reading

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