A new survey of 200 women who work at tech companies explains one big reason there are so few women in technology. From post on Vox Technology blog.
From Ourparents.com, this article shares Chris Lona’s design approach to improving multiplatform, accessible content.
New report by the Brookings Institute discusses latest census report, leveling off of broadband adoption in some areas and challenges in closing the gap.
The Brookings Institution Metropolitan Policy Program and the National League of Cities hosted an event titled, “Broadband opportunity: boosting uptake in America’s cities and metropolitan areas”. A recording of this event, featuring a moderated conversation with Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) and a panel discussion with city officials including Seattle Chief Technology Officer Michael Mattmiller, is available on the Brookings’ TechTank blog.
The Nebraska Library has recordings and slides of its webinars available. Topics include Teaching Tech to Technophobes, Teaching STEAM programs, Managing Your Online Identity, and Creating an Innovation Lab.
A new Pew Internet study shows that lack of broadband is a key obstacle for job seekers and others.
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.