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The Biggest Little Industry You've Never Heard of Turns Fifty

Penny Herscher | Posted 01.23.2014 | Technology
Penny Herscher

You use chips in your car, in your phone, in your TV, in your fridge, when you play a video game, when you text, Skype or blog, in the bar code reader at the grocery checkout, when you take a photo, as your luggage is routed through an airport -- any time you use electronics today you are using chips.

Hacking the Federal Log Jam: One Agency at a Time

Adam Levin | Posted 06.13.2012 | Politics
Adam Levin

Twelve weeks ago, the Economic Development Administration was the target of a sophisticated hack attack. What's shocking is not that it happened, it's that despite the return to pre-historic fax-machine technology, the EDA seems to be functioning fairly well, perhaps even better in some ways.

Life, Love, Technology, and Dance: Where Personal Narrative Meets Art

Jennifer Edwards | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Jennifer Edwards

Efficient use of resources, including technology, in the context of collaboration may be the key to unlocking sustainability in the arts.