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Business and Technology are Migrating to the Cloud – Part 4: Mountains of Data Meet Artificial Intelligence

July 8, 2016 – The future of business is in the cloud. That’s because the trend in the business world is to a blend of both local sourced and online data resources. In the ... Continue Reading →
Google Expeditions

21st Century Education Gets a Dose of Google Virtual Reality

July 7, 2016 – Google Expeditions is bringing virtual reality to classrooms. This Google initiative gives teachers the ability to conduct virtual trips to museums, and outer and ... Continue Reading →
Backup to the cloud

Business and Technology are Migrating to the Cloud – Part 3: Online Backup is Here and Now

July 6, 2016 – My first personal computer consisted of two floppy disk drives, an A: and B: A: ran my applications and B: stored my data. That was 1981. By the end of the decade ... Continue Reading →
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American Space Program Celebrates the 4th of July with Juno at Jupiter

July 5, 2016 – It was close to midnight on July 4th when the spacecraft Juno traveling at a speed of 265,000 kilometers (165,000 miles) per hour completed an engine burn that ... Continue Reading →
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A Month Away from the Zika Olympics

July 4, 2016 – To my American readers I wish you a happy 4th of July. A month from now I’m hoping that we can all continue to be happy as the Olympic Games opens in Rio ... Continue Reading →
golden rice

Greenpeace Assailed by Scientific Community for Stand on GMO Crops

July 3, 2016 – Greenpeace epic stand on saving whales is the organization’s most significant accomplishment to date. The effort to protect whales is much appreciated by ... Continue Reading →
Gig economy

What is the Gig Economy and How is it Disrupting Traditional Business?

July 3, 2016 – Today’s guest blogger is Alex Clark-McGlenn. This is Alex’s second posting here at 21st Century Tech Blog.  He is currently studying for his Masters ... Continue Reading →
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Capturing Carbon Hub and Cluster Network Proposed

July 3, 2016 – The limited number of operational carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) projects around the world are standalone sites. These facilities are added to coal-fired ... Continue Reading →
North American leadership summit 2016

Is North America Finally on the Right Climate Action Path?

June 30, 2016 – Having reached the mid-point of 2016 yesterday’s joint announcement by Canada, Mexico and the United States, may finally put us on the path to a sustainable ... Continue Reading →
climate planning

Climate Compatible Development: Part 1 – Is There a User’s Guide to Help Develop Policy?

June 29, 2016 – If you are into climate change planning then I highly recommend whether you are in private industry or government that you visit the site Climate Planning. A product ... Continue Reading →