Unlike other generations, the generation I grew up in has always had practical and affordable computers. Although they were not as fast as they are now, they did things in seconds, that took other generations minutes, to even hours. That instant gratification has caused problems for kids in my generation, but the positives of it, […] via Technological Artifact: Luke Schauble — Kristin Becker’s DTC … Read More Technological Artifact: Luke Schauble — Kristin Becker’s DTC Classes at WSU
Month: August 2018
Whether they tackle tough topics or inspire better learning habits, these sites prompt readers to think, question, and engage. via Four Education Blogs to Explore this Back-to-School Season — Discover
Euphoria | Jayne Lockwood Jayne Lockwood has a new queer sci-fi book out: Blurb It might take the arrival of an alien being to remind an isolated man what it means to be human. With a stressful job, his boss breathing down his neck for profitable results, and an estranged wife and daughter, scientist Kurt […] via Blog Tour: Euphoria by Jayne Lockwood — Mirrigold:
I guess we can stop worrying about climate – MIT says computer predicts end of world by 2040 — Watts Up With That?
From the “garbage in, doomsday out” department. Apocalypse by 2040? Shock as MIT computer model predicts END DATE for civilisation An apocalyptic computer model, processed by one of the world’s largest computers in 1973, has predicted the end of civilization by 2040. The prediction came from a programme nicknamed World One, which was developed by […] via I guess we can stop worrying about climate … Read More I guess we can stop worrying about climate – MIT says computer predicts end of world by 2040 — Watts Up With That?
At Undark, Amy Maxmen follows the archaeologists and scientists who are racing to document what’s left of the ancient African civilization of Nubia. via In Sudan, Rediscovering Ancient Nubia Before It’s Too Late — Discover
Writer and historian Ann Foster takes us on in-depth Tudor time travels, picking apart convoluted family trees and 16th-century political intrigue with ease and wit. via #SixWivesNoHenry: Ann Foster Is Here to Make History Fun — Discover