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The story of Windows 10 from inside Microsoft
It's been a big week for computing with the arrival of Windows 10. I've long been a Mac user, and will be for a long time to come, but I have to say this release of Windows has me intrigued. I'm interested to see how it does and whether it can bring any traction in the mobile space.
week-in-links  technology  Microsoft  Windows 
6 hours ago by philbowell
Samuel Delany and the Past and Future of Science Fiction - The New Yorker
Samuel Delany and the Past and Future of Science Fiction In 1968, Samuel Delany attended the third annual Nebula Awards, presented by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA). via Pocket
ifttt  pocket  literature  sciencefiction  technology 
8 hours ago by jeremyday
Capital Investment, Technology Upgrades to Bolster Mexico's Diverse Manufacturing Sectors - Area Development
Whether they are manufacturing vehicles, airplanes, electrical cable, or something else, companies are finding the resources they need to compete in Mexico.
area-development-features  Matt  mexico  manufacturing  technology 
11 hours ago by areadevelopment
Philip Greenspun's Weblog » Why do people who chose not to study science and math opine on the virtues of studying science and math?
The New York Times editorial board contains people who studied history, economics, law, history (again), journalism, journalism (again), history (again, this time for the “science” expert), journalism, English literature, French literature, English literature (again), comparative literature, law, psychology, international relations, German, modern history, and law. Yesterday, the group signed an editorial entitled “Missing from Science Class; Too Few Girls and Minorities Study Tech Subjects.” The group of history and literature majors confidently wrote about the benefits of a tech education, how to motivate women and people with particular skin colors, and the sagacity of President Obama’s proposal on preschools (my previous post on the subject; note that Obama has previous extolled the virtues of STEM education for people other than himself (example)).

Why would folks who apparently preferred other subjects suggest that women and particular minority groups be encouraged to study tech subjects that they themselves did not like and ended up not needing?
education  science  school  college  university  technology  math  mathematics 
11 hours ago by msszczep
TauCharts. Data focused javascript charting library. |
TauCharts. Data focused javascript charting library. “There are lot of javascript charting libraries already, so why I need one more?” – you can ask. Well, in this post we will try to answer this question. The problem is most of quite popular charting libraries focus on a set of different chart types with big detailed config. via Pocket
ifttt  pocket  javascript  library  technology  visualization 
12 hours ago by jeremyday

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