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Gadget : The hacker, the scrapheap, and the first Apollo computer

What is the Internet of Everything? It is built on four pillars: people, process, data, and things whereas IOT builds on one pillar: things.

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from WIRED

How a Computer Outage Can Take Down a Whole Airline

After Delta Outage in Canada

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from MIT Technology Review

How Technology Is Destroying Jobs

Automation is reducing the need for people in many jobs. Are we facing a future of stagnant income and worsening inequality?

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Technology & Learning: Copyright and FairUse Guidelines for Teachers

from Ars Technica

How an accountant created an entire RPG inside an Excel spreadsheet

Instructions for the game come wrapped in letters from your presumed significant other, with whom you have a son. Kylem is unusually knowledgeable.

Timeline: 50 Years of Hard Drives | PCWorld

from MIT Technology Review

Meet Stephanie Lampkin, the Innovator Under 35 helping Silicon Valley deal with its diversity problems

She sees a way to make Silicon Valley’s workforce look more like the rest of society.

from MIT Technology Review

Meet Jean Yang, the Innovator Under 35 who’s programming security into everything—even calendars

Why don’t computers keep our personal data secure by default?

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How big data is having a 'mind-blowing' impact on medicine - TechRepublic