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Rewired, not fade away Great article that challenges some current assumptions about the ills of technology, social media, and other modern activities that purport to spoil our lives. Seems that there always will be folks who hearken back to “the old days” when virtually everything was better, simpler, less expensive, and on and on. Thanks …

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N.Y. Schools Will Receive $87 Million for Tech. Upgrades From Settlement – Digital Education – Education Week $87M is a nice chunk of change to enhance a school technology program.  The important question is whether the technology will integrate with their current infrastructure. I thought most schools were Apple centric? Thanks to Digital Education – …

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Can Meg Whitman Reverse Hewlett-Packard’s Free Fall? – Businessweek We continue to follow the trials and tribulations of one of tech’s darling companies, at least in the estimate of this tech pro.  They were a mainstay for such a long time.  Their financial woes are daunting, but companies like this have always had a way …

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It is refreshing that we are now using the technology itself to diagnose problems real time to they can be remediated without terminating the application and interrupting the user’s experience. As Cloud capability improves, the redundancy and fault tolerance of systems will continue to improve and the “Utility” aspect of Cloud computing will become reality. …

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