Friday Jun 14
Active Generations conference demystifies home computers
Even baby boomers who confronted computers at work for years might be intimidated after 5 p.m. when they sit down in front of one at home, an instructor at Active Generations says.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Intelligence: In an attempt to continually trump...
In an attempt to continually trump their digital savviness with even more digital savviness, Burberry has gone the cutesy direction.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Silicon Alley Insider
This Photographer Uses Drones To Show Places That Even Google Can't Reach
John Vigg thinks everyone should have a personal drone. Maybe you'd use yours to uphold national security, or maybe you'd While people have been strapping high-def cameras to their heads and helmets for years now, Vigg still thinks they're missing the point.
Schools integrate new technology in classroom
Second-grade students Isabela Esquivel and Nathaniel Behmlander from Oxbow Community School use the iPads and Google Earth as part of a social studies lesson.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
A New World Order for Photography
"A Different Kind of Order: The ICP Triennial," installation view at the International Center of Photography The notion of order is really rather muddled: as we put things together to make sense of them, we also surrender some of their meaning.
Thu May 30, 2013
Geospatial Education and Interactive White Boards
Recently, I have been developing a tutorial for using electronic white boards for education.
Wed May 29, 2013
Jed Mercurio: My desktop
I can't imagine how anyone ever got anything substantial written before computers were invented.
Thu May 23, 2013
Citrix Is 'Going Mobile,' Opens XenDesktop 7, XenMobile To Any Device
Citrix has zeroed in on the increasingly mobile workforce with several new technologies aimed at bringing the simplicity of consumer mobile applications into a secure, flexible business environment.
The Download v. 3
The dancing. The styling. The swagger. It's impossible to watch Mvula's "That's Alright" video without feeling like you can take on the world.
Wed May 22, 2013
Google's new 3D Maps destroy Manhattan in the wake of Apple's Flyover
Nearly a year after Apple introduced its own Maps service in iOS 6 with Flyover 3D satellite views, Google is expanding its own online Maps to support similar 3D satellite imagery, with the same sorts of buckled roads and visual distortions Apple was castigated for last summer.
Collaborate.org launches new platform to map the world
Collaborate.org wants to bring geospatial data to the masses, beyond where Google Earth has gone.
Finding faces in Google Maps terrain
Something our human eyes seem to do, without any prompting, is to pick out shapes and structures that resemble other shapes and structures.