A “today in history” post from The Poynter Institute includes an old newsreel showing that ENIAC, the first general-purpose electronic computer, was also the first to raise the specter of government prying eyes.
Chances are your children – or their teachers, or you -- have already discovered David Sukhin’s online Snow Day Calculator, which he built as a middle school whiz-kid and continues to maintain today while enrolled at MIT.
A year into his tenure and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has now joined both of his predecessors, Steve Ballmer and Bill Gates, in achieving the dubious distinction of issuing wildly unlikely predictions.
A visitor to Reddit’s section devoted to networking asks of the group: “I have an entry level Amazon interview coming up. Throw me all your interviewing questions and I'll answer them without googling.”
USA Today has a great interview with Penn & Teller this morning where the maestros of magic discuss the impact that technology has had on their craft. I did an altogether different kind of interview with them back in 1999.