When a city’s infrastructure and services are ineffective, it may feel good for its citizens to rant on social media about it. Will it make the services better? Probably not. That’s where technology comes in. A team of developers partnering with the government of Indonesia’s capital Jakarta developed an app so citizens can channel their social media savviness to monitor public services.
App helps Indonesian capital get ‘smart’ to improve public services
Most-populous Muslim country rebuffs radical ideology, ‘not afraid’ after attack
I stepped out of the shower Wednesday night and my phone buzzed – it was an Associated Press alert. I…