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Over the past week I read Kevin Kelly's latest book, What Technology Wants. It's a highly ambitious and expansive book, which looks at technology from an evolutionary perspective. Over 350 pages, Kelly outlines and explores technology as a living system, akin to humanity's biological evolution. The title alludes to this - 'What Technology Wants,' as if technology is a living, breathing thing. Kelly's book is a must read for technologists and anybody interested in the future of the Web. The book literally starts from The Big Bang, proceeds through 4 billion years of our planet's evolution, and finally looks ahead to how technology will evolve. The Technium: a Living System of Technology Key to the book is a new term that Kelly invents: the technium. A key to grokking the technium is that it's a living system, which evolves in a similar way to humans. Living With Technology's Increasing Power On page 254, Kelly writes that "technologies are nearly living things." Was The Unibomber Right? What Technology Wants: Kevin Kelly's Theory of Evolution for Technology What Technology Wants: Kevin Kelly's Theory of Evolution for Technology
Week 01: Introduction and Overview Amy Bellone Hite and J. Timmons Roberts, “Development and Globalization: Recurring Themes,” in J. Timmons Roberts and Amy Bellone Hite, eds. The Globalization and Development Reader: Perspectives on Development and Global Change (Blackwell: London, 2007), pp 1-16. “Special Report on Telecommunications in Emerging Markets,” The Economist Sept 26th, 2009. Week 02: Modernization, Dependency, and Structural Adjustment W.W. Samuel Huntington, “The Change to Change: Modernization, Development, and Politics (1971) and Political Order in Changing Societies (1986),” J. Andre Gunder-Frank, “The Development of Underdevelopment,” in J. Gary Gereffi, “Rethinking Development Theory: Insights from East Asia and Latin America,” J. Paul Mosley, Jane Harrigan, and John Toye, “The World Bank’s Move to Policy-Based Lending,” in Aid and Power: The World Bank and Policy-Based Lending Vol. 1 (Routledge 1991), pp 27-61. Recommended Reading: Week 03: Development, Poverty, and Power SI 657 / 757 - Information Technology and Global Development SI 657 / 757 - Information Technology and Global Development
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Science and technology in the United States Science and technology in the United States The United States came into being around the Age of Enlightenment (circa 1680 to 1800), an era in Western philosophy in which writers and thinkers rejecting the superstitions of the past instead, chose to emphasize the intellectual, scientific and cultural life, centered upon the 18th century, in which reason was advocated as the primary source for legitimacy and authority.[1] Enlightenment philosophers envisioned a "republic of science," where ideas would be exchanged freely and useful knowledge would improve the lot of all citizens. The United States Constitution itself reflects the desire to encourage scientific creativity. It gives the United States Congress the power "to promote the progress of science and useful arts, by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries. Early North American science[edit] Franklin, one of the first early American scientists. Science immigration[edit] American applied science[edit]
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A school in Arizona, US, has thrown out its paper-based text books and is relying solely on laptops and digital material to teach its pupils. Empire High School is one of a band of schools which is taking computer technology out of the classroom and into students' bags. Calvin Baker, chief superintendent of the Vail School district, told BBC World Service programme Go Digital that it has not signalled the total demise of text books. "There are no text books other than a couple on the shelf for teachers to use as resource," he explains. "We still have a library - we are not anti-books. The school joins many other educational institutions which are embracing technologies, such as iPods and laptops, and trusting students to use them appropriately. Money routing Providing all the pupils with Apple iBooks did not dent the school's budget as much as might be expected. The money that was budgeted to buy text books, which was about $500 a student, was spent instead on the laptops. Risky business? Technology | US school swaps books for bytes Technology | US school swaps books for bytes
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Technology & Information Services / BYOT Forsyth County Schools is an international leader in the effective practice of BYOT, which encourages students to bring their personal technology tools to school for learning. The acronym "BYOT" stands for Bring Your Own Technology, a practice also sometimes often referred to as BYOD – Bring Your Own Device. It is an initiative that is having an impact in the business world as well as in education. The district began its BYOT initiative several years ago by expanding the wireless infrastructure so that every school now has a guest "BYOT" wireless access point that provides filtered Internet access. Some of the technology tools that students bring to school include the following: laptop computers, tablet computers, e-readers, netbook computers, Internet-capable gaming devices, and cell phones. The FCS School Board, school administrators, and local community have been very supportive about BYOT within Forsyth County Schools. Technology & Information Services / BYOT
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Salon.com Technology | Bootleg culture When the Belgian DJ duo 2ManyDJs were creating their own album of “bootlegs” — hybrid tracks that mix together other people’s songs to create new songs that are at once familiar yet often startlingly different — they decided to get permission to use every one of the hundreds of tracks they mashed together. The result: almost a solid year of calling, e-mailing, and faxing dozens and dozens of record labels all over the world. (Creating the album itself only took about a week.) What is surprising are the names of some of the artists who turned them down: the Beastie Boys, Beck, Missy Elliott, Chemical Brothers, and M/A/R/R/S — artists whose own careers are based on sampling and who in some cases have been sued in the past for their own unauthorized sampling. So easy, in fact, that bootlegs constitute the first genre of music that truly fulfills the “anyone can do it” promises originally made by punk and, to lesser extent, electronic music. Salon.com Technology | Bootleg culture
Explore Industry & Technology Agriculture, business, communication, engineering, invention, labor, transportation Photographs of General Motors Cars and Trucks, 1902-1938 More than 750 images from public relations materials, principally black and white photographs and accompanying press releases, for the automotive and truck lines of General Motors, during the years 1902-1938. Explore: industry Pictures of Science: 700 Years of Scientific and Medical Illustration Hundreds of images from the 13th through the early 20th century, in the fields of astronomy, chemistry, geology, mathematics, medicine, and physics, as represented by manuscript illuminations, engravings, lithographs, and photographs. Explore: industry | science Explore Industry & Technology
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DISA's Technology Watchlist 2013-2018 DISA's Technology Watchlist 2013-2018 DISA’s technology needs can drive adoption in the DoD as a whole We covered DISA’s recently released Strategic plan for years 2013-2018 in this post here. However, part of their report includes a technology watchlist. Below we have analyzed the technologies that DISA is watching over the next 5 years. As providers to one of the largest groups of enterprise users in the world. High Performance Optical Networking Technologies – as a huge network, DISA needs quality optical solutions that enable high speed and agile networking.Disruption Tolerant Networking Technologies - The networks that DISA are required to protect are oft targeted by malicious actors. DISA is in need of innovative solutions of all sorts, solutions that can change the way they interact with networks.
Technology | MSP Answers Privacy Issues and your MSP Privacy is something we seem to hear more and more about as we get less and less of it. Running a business has always involved privacy issues, because companies have always had some degree of personal information about their customers … Continue reading Are Your Clients Ready To Move To The Cloud? Moving to the Cloud is unquestionably the hottest topic today for small business owners when talking about their IT infrastructure. Is There A Future For The MSP? The media recently has been pretty gloomy with regards to how this year will go for IT support professionals. What Windows 8 Portends for MSPs – Part 2 In a previous article, I discussed the impact of Microsoft’s new operating systems, Windows 8 client and server, on MSPs and particularly how service providers will need to adapt to the big change in the client-side user interface and experience. … Continue reading What Windows 8 Portends for MSPs – Part 1 “To the Cloud” with Windows Intune
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Technology is central to Bridgewater’s mission. Our philosophy of systematic problem solving goes hand in hand with original technology solutions. Our Technologists get involved in creative problem solving directly with the people using our systems. From lightning-fast trade processing platforms to cutting-edge data visualization and manipulation tools, we need talented builders and shapers who can punch through some of the most difficult technical problems and innovation challenges around and produce solutions that make real-world impact throughout our business. With so many different technology specialties and problem sets at Bridgewater – from our Technology Associate program to our Application Development, Infrastructure/Operations and Technology Management opportunities, you have the ability at Bridgewater to explore what’s right for you and what development path will suit you best. See what some of our Technology team have got to say about working at Bridgewater. Bridgewater - Technology Hires
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MIMOdyne Technologies; Providers of DLA's I notice that your upcoming DLA's are not called JARVIS. Is there any chance of getting a speech recognition compatible JARVIS? I prefer his name over Mylo or Evah. Anonymous We are specifically not calling any upcoming DLA’s Jarvis due to the popularity of the name. There are many other projects running under the name of Jarvis and we thought a little individuality was needed. Hi MIMOdyne, My compliments on the Jarvis project, it is clever. Hello there! Basically, yes they will have. Thank you for the kind words, be sure to keep up to date with this blog, our Facebook and Twitter, and our Sourceforge for new releases. You said the next DLA will be able to control the serial port. Yes, the next DLA’s ‘MYLO’ and ‘EVAH’ will have serial port compatibility. Is J.A.R.V.I.S. compatible with mac osx? As the code is written in DOS, a Windows based language, Jarvis is not compatible with OSX. How do you change the location that JARVIS checks the weather at? First official release of J.A.R.V.I.S!
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