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Ah, paper.  It’s been used for centuries.  But a lot of the documents created on paper?  Most of them didn’t last.  Paper is fragile.  Paper deteriorates. The Paper Conservation Department at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art is responsible for the preservation of works of art for the Museum.  Works of art on paper such…

Rotary Phones Can you Imagine? Kids today will never know the pleasure of slamming down a phone in anger! For a look at how today’s kids interact with an old-school rotary phone, click on the video below:     Rotary dial phones are the earliest user-controlled phone to be mass produced. Before them, a user…

Where’s the Beef? Today’s Highest Achieving Enterprises and Their Surprising Lack of Product Consider an intriguing recent TechCrunch.com opener: Uber, the world’s largest taxi company, owns no vehicles. Facebook, the world’s most popular media owner, creates no content. Alibaba, the most valuable retailer, has no inventory. And Airbnb, the world’s largest accommodation provider, owns no…

It goes without saying that you don’t want to be in the news for the wrong reason. And if you lived in the California towns of Marysville, Hallwood, Olivehurst/Linda, Plumas Lake, Gridley, Live Oak, Yuba City, or Wheatland you got that unfortunate experience recently. If those names don’t sound familiar to you, here’s one that…

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…

Port Tampa Bay.   Not only are they the largest port in the state of Florida, handling nearly a third of all cargo going in and out of the state, but they’re also one of the largest United States cruise ports, with nearly a million passengers passing through each year.   That’s a lot of…

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…

The number one benefit of information technology is that it empowers people to do what they want to do. It lets people be creative. It lets people be productive…and so in a sense it is all about potential. — Steve Ballmer, former CEO, Microsoft Corporation Steve Ballmer isn’t the only one who thinks information technology…

Headlines about data theft, cyber-attacks, and the importance of protecting your data are everywhere. You probably try to keep up to date with the most recent security products and malware detectors, doing everything in your power to protect your sensitive information. But what about the companies and service providers with whom you interact? How well do…

Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew announced that abolitionist and Underground Railroad hero Harriet Tubman will be honored by appearing on the front of America’s $20 bill. There has been a lot of discussion in the media about this, but one of the most interesting headlines was in USA Today: Will we even be carrying cash by the…

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