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NASCIO Creates Catalog For State Government Apps
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Andrew Hornback,
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5/17/2013 | 1:45:37 AM
re: NASCIO Creates Catalog For State Government Apps
I think it says a great deal about this country when you realize that more people own smartphones than voted in the last major election cycle. I also think it's absolutely fantastic that states are getting out there and producing these mobile apps to engage their citizens on a level that makes it easier for them to access and participate in their government.

But, if for some reason Albany decides to produce a re-roll of Angry Birds... I'll be making a few phone calls.

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