Sunday, August 20, 2017

TECH Dozens -- Week ending Saturday 8/19/17

Last update: Sunday 8/20/17 @ 3:30 pm
This week's cover = Bannon is out!!! ... Other top stories = Monday's total eclipse of the sun ... Trump Administration demands data on million plus visitors to an anti-Trump site ... Trump disbands advisory councils after CEOs from tech and other sectors resign

The Digital Learning Lab's favorite tweets about how HBCUs and other organizations are promoting skills that yield more diverse employment and entrepreneurial opportunities in tech (#DiversityInTech) ... plus tweets about significant #EdTech innovations in the broader context of information technology ... Big news, interesting stories, insightful comments, and good reads ... for the week ending Saturday 8/19/17


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

This week's TECH ==> Magazine

Calendar:  #EdTech 

Sunday, August 13, 2017

TECH Dozens -- Week ending Saturday 8/12/17

Last update: Sunday 8/13/17 @ 8:00 pm

This week's cover = Google fires author of controversial diversity memo, then cancels town hall meeting to discuss it ... Other top stories = DeepMind targets Starcraft II for its next big research milestone ... DNA malware used to hack a computer ... Russian hackers can reportedly take over unsecured hotel WiFi 


The Digital Learning Lab's favorite tweets about how HBCUs and other organizations are promoting skills that yield more diverse employment and entrepreneurial opportunities in tech (#DiversityInTech) ... plus tweets about significant #EdTech innovations in the broader context of information technology ... Big news, interesting stories, insightful comments, and good reads ... for the week ending Saturday 8/12/17

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

Calendars:  #EdTech and #DiversityInTech

TECH Dozens 2016

Friday, August 11, 2017

Google dissent, nature, nurture, excommunication, and more votes for Trump in 2020

When I was still in college way back in the early 1960s, I saw James Baldwin on a TV talk show roll his large bug eyes upwards, wave his hands, and sigh a remarkable observation.