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On Tuesday, February 7th, the Army approved the construction of the last mile and a half of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL).  That action came two weeks after President Donald Trump ordered an accelerated review of the pipeline project—a reversal from the Obama administration’s block of the pipeline amidst global protests two months earlier. The Dakota…

Singapore is a relatively small place—an island city-state just 30 miles across. Politically speaking, it has been governed by the same party for decades. Its geography and political stability have allowed Singapore to position itself for the future rather uniquely as the world’s first “Smart Nation.” This is a truly ambitious set of programs designed…

USA Today readers may have been surprised to see the story of a fired IT worker that took his revenge on his for-profit online college employer.  Allegations were that the IT worker had access to an account that stored email and course material for 2,000 students.  After his employment was terminated, he changed a password…

An end-of-the-year article published in PC World summarized the current state of affairs in the document management arena rather succinctly: In recent years there have been fundamental shifts in how digital documents are handled, and now the expectation is that people will be able to do much more with them. Or in other words, the…

A little perspective can add a great deal to perception.    Let’s consider a cultural icon that: Is still going strong after more than 25 years Survived the terms of four U.S. Presidents (soon to be five!) Has weathered multiple contract disputes Contributed – and still contributing –  dozens of catchphrases to the English language…

It should come as no surprise that the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) keeps pretty busy—after all, they are responsible for protecting the health of the American public by safeguarding human and veterinary drugs, biological products, medical devices, cosmetics, all products that emit radiation, and the nation’s food supply.  The FDA even plays a big…

Think about the Olympics.  Athletes, fans, and media from around the globe gathered for the biggest sporting event in the world.  And it’s more than sports.  Rio 2016 is a showcase for the very best— including some of the most innovative and advanced technology ever seen on the planet.       Underwater Robots For…

  A New York pizzeria saw sales rocket up 75 percent over a single weekend because of it.  A television station in Florida had their weather broadcast interrupted by a reporter interacting with it.  Arlington National Cemetery wants to have no part in it. And police departments have warned those enjoying it to be careful:…

Big technology changes in America’s perhaps most traditional business model September 15th, 1965:  Green Acres kicked off what would become a 6 year run on the CBS network.  Even though Green Acres was created by Jay Sommers as a companion series to his already existing Petticoat Junction, the new show wasn’t really like anything else on-air at the time.  Basically a fish-out-of-water…

Websites being attacked by hackers is nothing new, but business owners may underestimate the scope of the problem: a recent Nielsen study indicated a healthy majority (57%) of online consumers do not believe that e-commerce websites will keep their personal data secure. And small wonder with the rate of cyber chicanery continuing to grow:  A…

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