Managing Intelligence Technology for a New Us

Windows_9X_BSODTimes are difficult, and polarized silos exist. It is more important than ever, for differing cultures to understand and accept one another.

For IT providers and IT consumers, wide gulfs of misunderstanding create false impressions of antagonism. These stumbling blocks are easily remedied with sensitive, mutual understanding, and some basics in vocabulary building.

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A Very Fox News Christmas

tvguide Last year, the people (okay, person) behind May Not Be True News previewed the holiday season programming on Al Gore’s Current TV. Shows such as “I Saw Daddy Kissing Santa Claus” and “No, Virginia” brought holiday cheer to many dozens of viewers. In August, the network went belly-up. Don’t blame us. Continue reading A Very Fox News Christmas

STEM Sells: Getting The Female Perspective On Math

test Have you seen this viral video of three little girls building a Rube Goldberg-style “Princess Machine”? It was made by GoldieBlox, which is trying to encourage a love of math and engineering by designing construction toys “from the female perspective.” Continue reading STEM Sells: Getting The Female Perspective On Math