Sunday, December 04, 2016

TECH Dozens -- Week ending Saturday 12/3/16

Last update: Sunday 12/4/16 @ 2:30 pm
This week's cover =  Rule 41 greatly expands government search authority ... Other top stories = R.I.P. Dr. Debra Saunders-White ... Amazon's re:Invent 2016 conference ... Google's Gooligan malware



The Digital Learning Lab's favorite tweets about how HBCUs and other organizations are promoting skills that yield more diverse employment opportunities and more diverse entrepreneurial opportunities in information technology (#DiversityInTech) ... plus tweets about significant innovations in Ed Tech and Info Tech ... Big news, interesting stories, insightful comments, and good reads ... for the week ending Saturday 12/3/16.

A. HBCUS | B. Ed Tech | C. Info Tech | D. Hackers | E. Views | F. Chuckles

Calendars:  #EdTech and #DiversityInTech 

Top Stories 2015: Q1 | Q2 | Q3 | Q4

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

California dreamin'

In my youth California was the Golden State wherein good government produced what seemed like an endless series of great innovations that became de facto models for the nation's other states. But as I grew older, Blacks were increasingly excluded from that golden bounty. 

Sunday, November 27, 2016

TECH Dozens


Not much tech news during the Thanksgiving Holiday week, so no TECH Dozens magazine.

Next TECH daily on Wednesday 11/30/16

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Best States for American Black, Hispanic, Asian, and Female Tech – Vers 1.0c

Last update: Thursday 12/1/16 

This note provides answers to basic questions about the diversity of the U.S. information technology sector. In other words, it's a set of FAQs. Its extensive answers are based on U.S. Census data related to American Black, Hispanic, Asian, and female tech professionals in all 50 states plus the District of Columbia in 2015.


Readers are advised to view this lengthy report on their workstations, not on their smartphones. They should also use recent versions of Chrome, Safari, or Firefox ... This draft will be modified in response to comments, suggestions, and corrections that we receive from our readers ... :-)