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Student perspectives on grad life at MIT
MIT News
In the end, the graduate student blog is about opening minds and drawing readers into a research community that is special in ways impossible to quantify. “A PhD can be wild,” says blogger and computer scientist Irene C. Her piece, “My Road to Yelp ...


Internet Governance
Inside Higher Ed (blog)
Directed mostly at undergraduates, this talk incorporates many of the issues I have already discussed in this blog space. But if you were interested, I thought I would ... And no matter what the technological advances -- artificial intelligence being ...


Fresno Bee (blog)

She drives a Winnebago to help digital newbies get on the information superhighway
Fresno Bee (blog)
She's the guardian of the Digibus – a new mobile computer classroom manned by librarians that hit the road at the end of January bound for Fresno County communities with the aim of bringing computer literacy and job-search skills to all. “I never ...


The San Luis Obispo Tribune (blog)

Expert advice from a generation ago: Don't buy a computer
The San Luis Obispo Tribune (blog)
It's all a result of people feeling panicked that they, or their children, won't be “computer literate” and won't be able to function in the modern world, he said. That feeling is exacerbated by hard-sell campaigns by computer companies warning parents ...


It's The Microprocessor!
Electronics Weekly (blog)
On November 15th 1971 Intel's 4004, the world's first microprocessor, was advertised in Electronics News as a 'micro-programmable computer on a chip'. Shortly afterwards at a computer conference Ted Hoff, who invented the chip, remembers an indignant ...

 


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