Silver Lining Software | Mapping a Modern MS
Monday, August 8, 2016
Ed Songy programs whatever the city of Natchez needs for no cost. At the age of 88, he continues to give back to his city to further Natchez’s progress. Along with Kelin Hendricks, Ed wrote software that brought together disparate groups to work towards a common goal.
“It’s evolved to a system where a willingness to say ‘we want to give back to our community’ has turned into something—it’s not only good software, but it’s right on the edge of technology. Look at the rewards of being creative.”-Ed
This interview is part of the Museum’s Mapping a Modern Mississippi Initiative.