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Ian J. Kalin, the first chief data officer (CDO) at the Commerce Department, is figuring out how to tie data products and science to a core mission of his agency: enhancing busines...
Alex Howard shares insights on technological innovation gleaned from reading "The Innovators," Walter Isaacson's seminal history of the digital era.
These do-it-yourself platforms allow developers or designers to create mobile apps at a fraction of the cost a third-party would charge. See which one is right for your shop.
One of the best ways for IT to stay relevant is to maintain a good reputation. Patrick Gray offers IT leaders tips on working with their counterparts and users.
Memes pwn the web: What Lolcatz, Tron Guy, and Doge tell us about ourselves and the future of humanity
If you want to know how memes came to dominate the web, how they may evolve into "temes," and why they may hold the secret to the future of life on earth, then you better read this...
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Ryan Boudreaux reviews the Lucidpress app to see how simple it is to use one of the offered templates to create a site design.
Here's an article that makes the process of securing a software development job (which for us usually lands on the .NET/C# side of things) more fun by treating it like the "cheat c...
Just-released documents by the Guardian explain how intelligence agencies collude with technology companies to thwart Internet-based encryption protocols.