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In-home care your family will love | Honor
Home care your family will love

Honor provides in-home senior care, helping older adults continue to live well and independently at home.
healthcare  health  technology 
december 2017 by amy
"To Serve The People: Public Interest Technologists" by Matt Mitchell - YouTube
"To Serve The People: Public Interest Technologists" by Matt Mitchell
From Strange Loop 2017
activism  technology 
october 2017 by amy
[no title]
seattle tech events
seattle  technology 
june 2015 by amy
How I Discovered Gender Discrimination
“I made one change that day. I put Mr. in front of my name on my CV.”
(via @jordanekay)
gender  technology  computing 
july 2013 by amy
A tough calculation - MIT News Office
"Study: Female students wary of the engineering workplace."
engineering  gender  technology 
april 2012 by amy
BPS Research Digest: Let me help you with that ... How women suffer from benevolent sexism
"What could be wrong with a gentleman opening a door for a lady? According to some social psychologists, such acts endorse gender stereotypes: the idea that women are weak and need help; that men are powerful patriarchs. Now a study has looked at how women are perceived when they accept or reject an act of so-called "benevolent sexism"* and it finds that they're caught in a double-bind. Women who accept help from a man are seen as warmer, but less competent. Women who reject help are seen as more competent, but cold. ..."
gender  technology  culture 
august 2011 by amy
What is OpenPCR | OpenPCR - Open source, hackable PCR machine
Most astonishing bit of technology that has been pointing out to me (by ):
genetics  technology  bioinformatics  from twitter_favs
august 2011 by amy
Rebuttal: Make Room In the Bubble For Everyone | TechCrunch
“We’ll know we have parity when mediocre black women get funding for bad ideas at the same rate as mediocre white men.”
gender  technology  business 
july 2011 by amy
Guardian News & Media to be a digital-first organisation | GNM press office | guardian.co.uk
Guardian News & Media (GNM), publisher of the Guardian, has revealed plans to become a digital-first organisation, placing open journalism on the web at the heart of its strategy.

Alan Rusbridger, editor-in-chief of GNM, and Andrew Miller, chief executive of parent company Guardian Media Group (GMG), today outlined to staff a major transformation programme in response to "inexorable trends" in media consumption.

Rusbridger told employees that GNM would "move beyond the newspaper, shifting focus, effort and investment towards digital, because that is our future".
journalism  technology 
june 2011 by amy
Armstrong CMS - Open Source CMS for News
"Armstrong is an open-source publishing system designed for news organizations that gives your team the technology edge it needs to report in a media-rich environment... Armstrong is an open-source CMS that is freely available to any organization. It is the result of a collaboration between The Texas Tribune and Bay Citizen, and a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The first release is scheduled for June, 2011."
journalism  publishing  technology  open_source 
april 2011 by amy
New IBM memory promises faster, higher-capacity devices | Cutting Edge - CNET News
A new kind of memory from IBM Labs is promising to revolutionize how much data we can store and how fast we can access it on our mobile and desktop devices.
After spending six years as a theoretical concept, the memory, dubbed Racetrack, finally is a huge step closer to reality. Researchers at IBM have recently confirmed that their theories of the physics behind Racetrack are valid and can be used to develop and manufacture this new type of memory.

How does Racetrack work? Unlike conventional memory, which needs to seek out the data it needs, Racetrack automatically moves the data to where it can be used. That serves to not only speed up data access but allow much more data to be stored in a smaller area.
The memory is so named because it moves the magnetic bits of data along thin, nanowire "racetracks," 1,000 times finer than a strand of hair.
technology  storage  physics  hardware 
december 2010 by amy
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