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NOLA’s CTOs: “High Tech Drifters”

By February 24, 2007new orleans

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In reading this article about New Orleans former Chief Technology Officer Greg Meffert I noticed that his successor had already resigned.  I thought that was strange, since he had only been in the position for a short while.  While checking out the city’s official website I found this page which, not only doesn’t tell you the name of the current CTO, but still lists Greg Meffert as being in that position.  And Nagin wants to run the Road Home programGive me a post-traumatic break

When Nagin first took office one of the things he actually did well was figure out how to use technology to improve government services.  Now his department can’t even figure out how to update a website (something that high schoolers who manage Myspace and Facebook pages seem to do with great facility).  Mardi Gras may be over, but if you want to continue to enjoy a farce-in-progress just head over to City Hall.  And bring your beads and noise makers.


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  • Let’s Celebrate!

    Bob McGuire, through his perseverence, perspicacity, and positive thinking has obtained a sculpture donation from the Arthur Silverman Studio for Fortier Park.

    Arthur Silverman is excited about this opportunity to help Fortier Park grow into the finest neighborhood park in the city.

    Please make arrangements to attend the last opening of the Arthur Silverman Studio tommorrow. Mr. Silverman will no longer be producing works of art so this is a once in a lifetime event.

    The opening and reception is to celebrate Arthur Silverman’s tremendous career. Please join us and introduce yourself as a Friend of Fortier Park at 3915 Baronne Street from 5:30 to 9:30 Thursday evening.

    Thank you for being there for all of us!

    Charlie Londonwww.katrinafilm.com

    April 18, 2007

    ARTHUR SILVERMAN: Sculpture

    Exhibition Dates: April 19, 2007

    Opening Reception: Thursday, April 19, 2007 at

    Location: Arthur Silverman’s Studio, 3915 Baronne St. near Martin Wine Cellar

    Gallery Hours: FINAL OPENING, A one time event, 5:30-9:30, April 19, 2007

    Contact Info: 504.891.2618. https://www.artsilverman.com/

    The Arthur Silverman Studio is pleased to present “Art Silverman: Sculpture,” an exhibition of recent work by celebrated sculptor Arthur Silverman. The exhibition will be on view one time and one time only at the Arthur Silverman Studio, 3915 Baronne Street. The artist will be present at the opening reception hosted by the studio on Thursday, April from 5:30 to 9:30 pm.

    This will be the FINAL OPENING for the Arthur Silverman Studio. Mr. Silverman’s work will no longer be available as he

    has retired as a sculptor. Mr. Silverman will be donating a piece of his work to Fortier Park.

    Arthur Silverman graduated from Tulane University Medical School in New Orleans and practiced urology for more than thirty years before taking up sculpture as a hobby. He soon gave up his medical pratice and immersed himself in his passion for creating geometric sculpture in metal. Since then he has produced more than 14 major public commissions in New Orleans alone, located at universities, commercial buildings, government offices and other public spaces.

    Please join us tommorrow evening to celebrate Mr. Silverman’s successful career. Don’t miss this tremendous opportunity to take part in this epic event.

    For additional information contact the Arthur Silverman Studio at 504.891.2618 or visit his web site artsilverman.com

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