Maya Angelou ~ A Phenomenal Woman

Maya Angelou ~ A Phenomenal Woman

The celebrated poet and activist Maya Angelou died today at age 86, leaving behind a body of work filled with wisdom and insight. “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” ~Maya Angelou

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Cedanio Bacon -Wearing the #GoogleSmartGlasses #Techgeek

Cedanio Bacon -Wearing the #GoogleSmartGlasses #Techgeek

The 20/20 Experience! Checking out the specs wearing the #GoogleSmartGlasses #Techgeek

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Article: Why What You Tweet is More Important Than Ever

Why What You Tweet is More Important Than Ever

http://www.inc.com/abigail-tracy/twitters-mute-makes-your-tweets-more-important-than-ever.html?cid=sf01001

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Article: Apple may name Jimmy Iovine & Dr. Dre as its newest execs at WWDC

Apple may name Jimmy Iovine & Dr. Dre as its newest execs at WWDC

http://venturebeat.com/2014/05/12/apple-may-name-jimmy-iovine-dr-dre-as-its-newest-execs-at-wwdc/

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Android Headlines: Top 10 Best Android Tablets Buyers Guide: May 2014 Edition

Android Headlines: Top 10 Best Android Tablets Buyers Guide: May 2014 Edition. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIws674rxo

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IBNLive: Twitter testing a mute feature to help you get rid of tweets from annoying users

IBNLive: Twitter testing a mute feature to help you get rid of tweets from annoying users. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwh4jnmx8

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Fifty Years of BASIC, the Programming Language That Made Computers Personal

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Originally posted on TIME:

Knowing how to program a computer is good for you, and it’s a shame more people don’t learn to do it.

For years now, that’s been a hugely popular stance. It’s led to educational initiatives as effortless sounding as the Hour of Code (offered by Code.org) and as obviously ambitious as Code Year (spearheaded by Codecademy).

Even President Obama has chimed in. Last December, he issued a YouTube video in which he urged young people to take up programming, declaring that “learning these skills isn’t just important for your future, it’s important for our country’s future.”

I find the “everybody should learn to code” movement laudable. And yet it also leaves me wistful, even melancholy. Once upon a time, knowing how to use a computer was virtually synonymous with knowing how to program one. And the thing that made it possible was a programming language called BASIC.

John Kemeny John…

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