Technology

Portland lands a tech startup with ambitious renovation plans

Unless you've gone out of your way to explore what lies steps west of the Ninth Street Divide, you may never have seen it. An...

Google Fiber takes a step forward with proposed new parcel in...

Louisville's Google Fiber revolution looks like it might begin in the Meriwether neighborhood. That's where Metro Louisville is carving off a small, 50-foot-by-38-foot parcel of...

High-tech trash cans in Russell bring free Wi-Fi to Louisville’s transit...

When Massachusetts-based smart trash can company BigBelly announced plans last year to convert New York City's rubbish bins into super-fast Wi-Fi hotspots, the international...

Solving for Pattern: What Urbanists can learn from Wendell Berry

Our images of the city contain many assumptions about its nature and its purpose. From places of innovation and cultural development, to sites of...

With Russell’s wifi network and the city’s Google Fiber potential, Louisville...

So often we talk about the built landscape of Louisville here on Broken Sidewalk, but there's another invisible layer of the city's infrastructure that's...

Code Louisville unveils its new high-tech classroom building in the Nucleus...

A vacant one-story structure on the corner of East Market Street and Floyd Street is getting new life as part of the University of...

#LouCityReads: Data scientists use Twitter to study Louisville’s Ninth Street Divide

In this information age, we live in a data-saturated society. But data scientists Taylor Shelton, Ate Poorthuis, and Matthew Zook will be the first...

The Big Four Bridge’s light show dazzles, but is it the...

When describing Louisville to my Yankee comrades, the feature that dominates my depiction of the place is the Ohio River. The river is magnificent...

Kentucky shows just how meaningless time zones are to sleeping habits

Where I live in Brooklyn, the sun will set today at the depressingly early time of 4:45p.m. In Louisville, the sun sets tonight at...