Gongol.com Archives: May 2014

Brian Gongol

May 30, 2014

Computers and the Internet Google, Europe, and the "right to be forgotten"

Computers and the Internet Why you should consider using two-step verification for Google access

Science and Technology Engineer suggests "printing" ourselves on another planet instead of traveling there

Computers and the Internet Why did Apple pay $3 billion for Beats?

Business and Finance Higher minimum wages will mean more automation
Companies don't hire people for the feel-good nature of putting people to work. They do it to achieve specific ends. And if a machine can achieve those ends cheaper than a person, then a machine will get the job.

Computers and the Internet Google's lack of employee diversity might surprise people

Threats and Hazards Mass murder in Syria

Humor and Good News Bureaucracy

Weather and Disasters Better radar for tornado detection

News Incoming college freshman wants to go to the West Virginia state legislature
That might be starting a bit too early

Computers and the Internet Microsoft is developing a smartwatch

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