From low-tech products that assist with daily routines to use of the latest technologies to create astounding products and solutions. CLICK HERE to see photos and descriptions of some of the items on exhibit at the Cooper Hewitt through September 3, 2018.
Click here for an important article by Steven Johnson. Don't be put off by his explanation of what a blockchain is in the beginning of the article. Read on to learn how we might break out of being controlled by the proprietary software of large corporations.
Click here to read the interesting piece by Yonatan Zunger about how improving technologies may make telecommuting possible for many more workers than Software Engineers (SWE) alone. He sees some possible advantages for communities.
I was in the Apple store today. Next to me at the genius bar was a nice couple with their computer which seemed to be having problems with its hard drive. "Do you have a complete back-up?" asked the Apple genius. "Not really," they said. He said, "That might make it hard or impossible to retrieve your files. Moreover, Apple is not able to help retrieve such lost files." That's why everyone says it's really important to back up things on their digital devices all the time. Click here to see an article explaining how.
In the Computer History Museum, Mountain View, California.