Candlelight Ghost Tours at WRSP by vastateparksstaff on Flickr.
50 Years of Computer Science by dullhunk on Flickr.
News from Above: First Amendment Implications of the Federal Aviation Administration Ban on Commercial Drones | Mercatus
FRESH FEST III - Friday, October 24, 2014 at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion
Open : Data : Cooperatives – Synopsis
From Bahrain With Love: FinFisher’s Spy Kit Exposed?
Partner Spotlight: Aspire Public Schools -
Over the last 15 years Aspire has built one of the nation’s highest-performing school system serving primarily low-income students. When Aspire Data Champions needed to understand the key trends among students who left Aspire before graduation, they used Schoolzilla to dig into their data. In the…
Fight for the Future and Namecheap have parked a truck with a giant video billboard directly across the street from the FCC! -
This just in! We’ve teamed up with our friends at domain registrar Namecheap to bring the overwhelming public outcry for real net neutrality protections directly to the agency’s doorstep.
As the hours count down to the FCC’s net neutrality comment deadline, we have obtained a permit to park…
Oh, Lit is Lit, and Math is Math: The Content-Specific Tool Fallacy
POV Hackathon | POV | PBS
Pictures: Landmark Back River Lighthouse fell to Hurricane Flossy on Sept. 26, 1956
Former Chicago CIO Brett Goldstein talks about new civic data hub Plenario -
Many conversations around data are marked by a feeling that there is more information available than society can handle or properly analyze.
The same feeling goes for open government data. Stores such as the city of Chicago data portal has a large supply of information, but joining the different…
#TeachingInNC is about 3D printing for one NC teacher. “Test print in process! So excited to see what my students can do with this tool!” writes vjkite lon Instagram, adding a thanks to @donorschoose and @makerbot “for helping make our dream a reality.”
Are you a teacher in NC? Give us a snapshot of your day. Just tag it #TeachingInNC
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