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The Real Digital Divide

During the COVID-19 pandemic, kids are forced to do virtual learning at home.  Their classes are online, which really put an urgency for viable devices and high-speed broadband internet to unserved and underserved areas. Digital divide is an ongoing reality for many kids. Although computers and the Internet are critical to their ability to access education, they are unable to do their schoolwork due to a lack of them.  Philadelphia Superintendent William R. Hite Jr. said last week: “Less than…

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Destination Mars – The Human Spirit

“Humanity could have an outpost on Mars just a decade from now”.  Elon Musk Mars has long been the subject of human interest.  In ancient times, it was known as the “God of War” for the Romans.  The month of March is named after Mars.  The Martian, a book about how a stranded Astronaut on Mars uses his wits and spirits to survive, was turned into a movie in 2015, became a huge hit at the box office.  Do you…

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) & Technology

As we challenge to contain and fight COVID-19, we have turned to technology as our saving grace.  From remote work and virtual events to virus-monitoring big data, technology trends are becoming main streams. We are in the middle of the biggest remote-work, remote-learning experiment in history.  Technology that we use to communicate and collaborate, like Slack, Zoom, and Dropbox, give us exceptional apparatuses to work and play during quarantine time. Virtual reality offers a captivating option to video calls, allowing…

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