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The 'Impact Challenge'

A total of $20 million will be offered to nonprofit organizations with projects that increase independence of persons with disabilities (PWDs)!

The grants will be donated by the Google.org. 201 more words

Internet @100 day celebrating Vint Cerf at Computer Science, St Andrews

My husband and I are both graduates of Computer Science at St Andrews. Because of this we received invitations to go to a day celebrating Internet founding father Dr Vint Cerf who is to get an honorary degree this week from the university. 962 more words


Mitchell Baker: Technology is Not Enough!

The panel discussion among Internet pioneers started innocently enough, with Vint Cerf and David Farber reminiscing about the early days of the Internet and the other titans of personal computing. 783 more words

Media And The Digital Divide

IIPC GA2015 - Videos of the Conference

All of the presentations from the Open Conference (Mon 27 Apr 2015) and most from the Open Workshop (Tue 28 Apr 2015) are available at the… 41 more words


Digital Decay: Should historians be worried?

Here’s a major technological challenge that might face the next generation of historians. Everybody is at risk of losing old digital files. According to the internet pioneer and vice-president of Google, Vint Cerf, speaking recently at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 840 more words

Public History

Norm as Guest Lecturer at Stony Brook University Business School

It was so much fun speaking to a Social Media class at Stony Brook University’s acclaimed Business School this week. In preparation for my lecture and interaction with the kids, I asked for current and relevant motivational words from my favorite mentors, the  275 more words

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Over at AITS: The Medium Controls the Present: Is It Too Late to Stop a Digital Dark Age?

“He who controls the past controls the future. He who controls the present controls the past.” ― George Orwell, 1984

Google Vice President Vint Cerf recently turned some heads at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in San Jose, warning the attending scientists that the digitization of the artifacts of civilization may… 79 more words