Holiday scams of 2015 from AARP.
Don’t give up your privacy to the “Most Used Words” on Facebook quiz.
Low Tech Magazine offers a different perspective on technology, like how wood can be used to power a car.
Should the Internet/internet be capitalized: an argument for lower case in the New Republic.
New mobile friendly application from Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development. On this map you can:
- View proposed building design and project status
- Download project documents
- Comment on the project
- View upcoming public meetings about the project
Simply tap or click a blue dot on the map to begin. The initial launch of this map only features projects that require Design Review.
How often do you need to weigh small objects on the go? Maybe not often, but the technology is cool and intriguing nonetheless. Go here.
See all the latest smart bikes, accessories and software that feature fitness and safety functions to make your ride an increasingly connected experience. Eurobike is the world’s largest bicycle fair, gathering 1,300 exhibitors and crowds of enthusiasts in the German city of Friedrichshafen. For more info, go here.
In this streamed radio show on KGNU, Gavin Dahl speaks with public interest advocates about digital inclusion, in particular closing the so-called homework gap. Guests include Cassie Bair, Voqal’s Mobile Citizen initiative; Amina Fazullah, policy director at Benton Foundation; and Angelia Siefer, National Digital Inclusion Alliance.
The latest career report, Digital Skills Gap in the Workforce, by Burning Glass Technologies offers data on the need for software training and more. They also have a great infographic of the career need stats.