Our personal technology commentator Jeremy Gamez, business technical analyst with the Texas A&M-Commerce provost's office, reflects on recent developments related to Apple's new iPhone and the FCC decision to rescind "net neutrality."
Blacklands Cafe. Our personal technology commentator, Jeremy Gamez, is the guest. KETR, John Mark Dempsey.
Derek Price with Hunt County Public Art says the organization has approved a new mural for the L.P. Waters Early Childhood Center on West Lee Street in Greenville, and has tentatively approved a project for Commerce pending the approval of the Commerce City Council. The L.P. Waters project is a mural titled "The Sky's the Limit" by artist Elisa Lane. On a related note, Derek says the Greenville City Council has rescinded a moratorium on downtown art projects.
Commerce Mayor Wyman Williams, in the later part of this conversation, says the city has received another positive report on its water supply, and if it gets two more good reports, will no longer be required to send out the warning notices to water users. The mayor says the city has devised a way to flush a little-used water line periodically, and that has improved the overall quality of the water. Mayor Williams also discusses the tentative plans for the Northeast T