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I freely admit being a Luddite. Much to my father’s disappointment I possessed absolutely no technological acumen, no understanding of how things fit or should work. 1,274 more words

Conforming to Vicinity - Chinese Art Exhibition


He Xiangning Art Museum is still among my favorite museums in Shenzhen. I’m still amazed by the quality of exhibitions they host. The latest is “Conforming to Vicinity — A cross-straits Four-region Artistic Exchange Project 2014″, which showcases thirteen artists from Taiwan, Macau, Hong Kong, and mainland China. 245 more words


Installing and Compiling a Visual Basic 6 project on Windows 7


For all its reputation as a field with rapid turnover, there are certain systems, protocols, and languages for computer programming that seem to have obtained a certain immortality.  1,316 more words


Evolve Delayed To Feb 2015

Co-operative shooter, Evolve, has been pushed back a few months from October 2014 to 10th Feb 2015.

No reason has been given for the delay, though I would imagine its a combination of wanting to give the game some extra polish and also to avoid the cluttered launch schedule in October. 43 more words


Driving Optical Coherence Tomography OCT in Dentistry

Radiation Free OCT Dentistry

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) currently leads the pack in next-generation diagnostic techniques being developed for noninvasive imaging dentistry. It is similar to ultrasound except that it uses light rather than sound waves. 171 more words

Emerging Technologies

The connected classroom - How Canadians see the evolution of education

PwC Canada has recently put out a (PwC Citizen Compass) report entitled The connected classroom – How Canadians see the evolution of education. The Ontario College of Teachers summarizes the report by saying, ” Canadians are showing a healthy appetite for new models of education delivery, particularly the online world. 134 more words

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