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New Technology: Introducing, LuxEvents!

Check out our EXCLUSIVE interview with Wendell Cole, founder of LuxEvents!

LuxEvents is a new app set to launch on June 27, 2014. A launch party will be held at Sledge Lounge located on 4186 Buford Hwy NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30345. 63 more words

Breaking News

Alexis Prokopuik

ALEXIS PROKOPUIK

TENNIS

SCHOOL: Vancouver Learning Institute

FRESHMAN’S FUTURE: Georgia Tech

WEST VANCOUVER — The old saying goes that the separation is in the preparation. 455 more words

Howard Tsumura

Secrets of Ant Rafts Revealed

To negotiate floods and cross streams, fire ants band together — literally — linking together to form rafts and bridges in a feat of social cooperation and biophysics. 581 more words

Nature

DSSG Project Tools

An update from the Cycle Atlanta project group, for Data Science for Social Good-Atlanta:

http://dssg-atl.io/the-tools-we-use-great-tools-for-a-great-project-or-dssg-cycle-atlanta-project-specs/

The title is José’s.

(The Cycle Atlanta project group. Left to right: Kyle, Justin, and José. Not pictured: Me)

One Down, Many to Go

By Carl Straumsheim

Administrators at the Georgia Institute of Technology are optimistic but “not declaring victory” after one semester of its affordable online master’s degree program in computer science. 246 more words

MOOCs In The News

More Kudos for Georgia Tech

Here is a link to a recent story about a new Tech bike rental program, dubbed BuzzBike. Thanks, Georgia Tech, for supporting cyclists on campus (yay)! 7 more words

Braille gets a 21st century makeover



Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology recently developed an app called BrailleTouch, which transposes a six-figure braille keyboard on a smartphone.

Essentially, an individual holds the phone with the screen facing away, using the same finger patterns as on the Perkins Brailler (index, middle and ring) to perform braille chords on the touchscreen – with different finger combinations producing various characters. 

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Makers Movement