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Selling SoHo Printers: “It’s Airprint, Stupid”

Finding a current table of color laser Airprint capable multi-function printers (MFP) with prices and features is impossible. So, gathering info quickly to recommend a printer is laboriously slow at best. 1,169 more words


NetBSD as a Desktop

Why NetBSD?

First of all, Linux is, by far, a more suitable desktop platform than any of the BSD UNIX’s. Including PC-BSD (which I love!). The reason is simply that Linux has the whole suspend/resume, wifi, video acceleration thing hashed out. 1,445 more words


Putting more women in 'male' apprenticeships could bridge the gender pay gap

The gender pay gap could be closed significantly if more women were encouraged to take up apprenticeships in traditional “male” sectors such as building, engineering and computing, research by a leading think tank has found. 95 more words


Sure To Fall

What does the life cycle of a scientific paper look like?

It stands to reason that after a paper is published, people download and read the paper and then if it generates sufficient interest, it will begin to be cited. 733 more words


Predictive analytics stepping front & center in the business world | #ibmimpact

This week, SiliconANGLE’s theCUBE broadcast from both the ServiceNow Knowledge 2014 event at the Moscone Center in San Francisco and the IBM Impact Conference held at Las Vegas’ Venetian Resort and Casino. 1,191 more words


Oregon Trail - More Than A Game

Get ready to hit the Oregon Trail. Buy your oxen, fill your wagon, climb aboard. That’s the way the computer game, Oregon Trail, is played. 770 more words


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