Posts filed under ‘Technology’

6-4-12: Tech Talk

Nathan Sterner talks with Baltimore Sun technology reporter Gus Sentementes.

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4-27-12: There’s You…and Then There’s You on Facebook

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the social network’s new Timeline format will let you, quote, “express who you really are.” We’ll ask our social media gurus about the distance between who we really are and the self-image we curate online.

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4-13-12: Robots in the Archive

A look at Project Gado, the archival robot.

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3-23-12: Start Me Up

Is there adequate diversity in the tech startup world? The Inclusive Innovation Unconference tomorrow at MICA hopes to find out. Today, we meet Christine Johnson, who founded Diversitech, a company that hopes to get a better seat at the startup table for women and minorities.

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3-16-12: Social Media and Gender

The latest social network to ping the zeitgeist and draw users by the millions is Pinterest. And it’s igniting discussions not just about technology, but about gender. We’ll discuss with our monthly social media analysts Nathan Jurgenson and P.J. Rey.

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3-5-12: mHealth Matters

Medical advice from your phone.

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3-5-12: Tech Talk

Gus Sentementes of the Baltimore Sun comes in to talk tech with Nathan Sterner.

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1-27-12: Will Social Media Crack Open the Ivory Tower?

They say print is dying; in journalism and publishing, anyway. Our social media analysts Nathan Jurgenson and P.J. Rey tell us why it’s far from dead in academia, where knowledge is still locked up behind the paywalls of prestigious journals.

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1-18-12: The Online Battle Between Copyright and Free Speech

Major websites like Boing Boing and the English version of Wikipedia have taken themselves offline for today. They’re protesting anti-piracy legislation in Congress that they believe infringes on their free speech rights and on a free-wheeling Internet culture that they believe drives American innovation. We’ll look into the controversy with intellectual property lawyer Ned Himmelrich.

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1-2-12: Have Pocket Cop, Will Travel

Need a cop? There’s an app for that.

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