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That is what students and graduates of Post University do. This opportunity is growing as a result of Post University’s first Environment-Wise I Symposium held April 12, 2017. A seven member panel defined and fielded questions on this year’s topic of Brownfields in Waterbury and Connecticut. The goal of the symposium “to inform, educate, enlighten, and inspire” certainly was achieved. Created out of the Honors Legal Environmental Course, the symposium is the parent of the developing Environmental Justice and Resource Center in Waterbury (watch for articles in subsequent newsletters for more information). (The complete video of the Symposium may be found on the landing page of our unique and innovative online academic journal, Digital Life & Learning: http://digilifelearn.com/ )
Tim Grollimund looks at the projected path of Hurricane Irma on his phone while staying in a shelter in Miami after evacuating his home in Key Largo along the Florida Keys, Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
Hurricane Survivors Turned to Technology in Florida and Texas
The recent hurricanes that passed through Texas and then Florida provided a stark reminder of how much we rely on technology and the many ways it can be leveraged to help us lead better lives, including keeping us safe when Mother Nature strikes. With Hurricanes Harvey and Irma providing a one-two punch in these States, many people relied on social media and smartphone apps to either report they were safe or seek emergency information and assistance. Full Story.
In 2007, shortly after the release of the iPhone, I wrote: “The modern rite of connectivity is mobile, and the cellphone appears to have become the most relevant device for undergraduates. ipadiphonePeter Chepya
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Visualizing Law in the Age of the Digital Baroque is not for the faint of heart. This text is not only broad in the exploration and inquiry into the topic it is quite deep... kafkadigitalAdrien Parkmon
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A former NSA employee with links to the Kaspersky saga has been sentenced to five-and-a-half years in prison for illegally taking classified information from the spy agency. Nghia Hoang Pho -- a 68-year-old naturalised US citizen from Vietnam who worked in the NSA's elite hacking unit -- had been amassing [...]
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Anyone interested in cameras needs to check out all the latest news from Photokina, like the incredible 100-megapixel medium-format camera from Fujifilm. In non-shutterbug news, Google is backtracking on a Chrome update, we tested Mercedes' MBUX voice controls and the Xbox One is getting support [...]
If you've ever tried to settle on a place to eat, you know how time-consuming it can be. If you're not trying to describe each and every restaurant, you're sending a flood of links. Google is making that simpler from now on. As promised back in May, it's rolling out [...]
The launch of the Nintendo Switch Online Service brought at least one much sought-after feature: cloud saves. Unfortunately, Nintendo didn't reveal the gory details until it launched. Now Switch owner are coming to terms with what they can and cannot do with the Switch's cloud save data. Fortunately, Nintendo sheds [...]
Just when you thought Samsung was cleaning up and consolidating its phone lines along S, A, and M brands, along comes a certain Galaxy P30 that throws that theory out the window. It would be exclusive to China, to be fair, but it was also supposed to feature something that [...]
We're about two weeks away from Google's not so secret Pixel 3 event but, unless it was just trolling us big time, we almost know everything there is to know about Google's 2018 bets. Even down to the wallpapers they will be flaunting. That came through leaked wallpapers that was [...]