Colorado Tech Weekly brings you the top 10 information technology stories of the past week and the best upcoming local events every Monday morning! I would have thought with Independence Day interrupting the week, there wouldn’t be much news. Luckily, I was wrong! Hope your Independence Day went as well as possible. It was a… Continue reading Colorado Tech Weekly #4, July 8, 2013: Speaker announcements for local events and, of course, PRISM
Colorado Tech Weekly brings you the top 10 information technology stories of the past week every Monday morning! When it comes to tech news, there are three popular flavors: business, privacy and innovations. This past week we get all three flavors. It’s the Neapolitan ice cream of tech news. Local News Douglas County-based companies can’t… Continue reading Colorado Tech Weekly #3, July 1, 2013: The Neapolitan ice cream of tech news
Are you ready for the end of Google Reader on July 1? How much data can you fit on a DVD? How do you abbreviate “petabyte”? Will Microsoft keep it’s most controversial XBox One “features”? One of the reasons I started this series was to keep track of good companies so that when I have… Continue reading Colorado Tech Weekly #2, June 23, 2013: Yes. One petabyte. PB. No.
The government is in your social media. Get an abert squirrel shirt for supporting Black Forest Fire victims. Dish misses out on Sprint. CTA promotes entreprenuership. Colorado IT gals rock. I learn some cloud computing. Apple brings iOS7. Microsoft brings the games. Sony pulls no punches. Warp speed may be possible, or may be a… Continue reading Colorado Tech Weekly #1, June 16 2013: The NSA Read This Before It Was Written
06/11/13 – I went to my first Colorado Technology Association (CTA) event on Tuesday. It was a presentation on cloud computing hosted by CTA, OCx Networks and Nebula, Inc. with Chris Kemp, co-founder of Nebula, Inc. as the keynote speaker. The audience was a fun mix of sales representatives and engineers and lucky for me… Continue reading My Head in the Clouds – Cloud Computing
This is for my daughter, Ashlynn, and her classmates to get to their math and language arts websites in their Summer Fun Packet. Math Krypto – http://illuminations.nctm.org/ActivityDetail.aspx?ID=173 Math Playground – http://www.mathplayground.com/ Math Play – http://www.math-play.com Multiplication Practice – http://www.multiplication.com/ Math Fact Practice – http://www.oswego.org/ocsd-web/games/mathmagician/cathymath.html Place Value Game – http://education.jlab.org/placevalue/ Math Helps – https://www.khanacademy.org/ Cool Math –… Continue reading Mortensen Elementary 2013 Summer Fun Packet Links for 4th Graders
The obligatory “Hello World” post.