Johannesburg – Americans are, on average, anyway, notoriously bad at science. The country frequently scores rather low at maths and science, especially when compared to other developed nations. 179 more words
Dear Modern Philosopher,
I hope you get this email and choose to respond to it today because this is literally a time sensitive issue!
I woke up this morning, checked the time on my cell phone, and decided to go back to sleep. 405 more words
The researchers see this technology as an opportunity to increase access to eye-care service as well as to improve the ability to advise on patient care remotely. 919 more words
A good Wi-Fi router is essential for any solid home network. The best ones get great range and can serve all of the computers in your home, offer tons of management features so you can control your network, focus on speedy communication, and others even have advanced features like NAS support, printer sharing, traffic shaping, and more. 1,668 more words
Do you remember one of Obama’s excuses to high unemployment was “ATM” machines? I happened to agree with him about some of the technological inventions are taking manpower and turning into machine-power… The most visible industry is the car industry… Have you ever seen one of the assembly lines of those new car companies… It’s like Terminators running the whole thing, people are just making sure they won’t start killing anyone! 111 more words
Snowden told the Parliament that the individuals to whom he reported his concerns fell into two camps: Some individuals agreed that the surveillance was wrong, but urged the former CIA employee not to make trouble, or he could face prosecution and professional retribution like other whistleblowers before him. 64 more words