Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet Afternoon Shift: High tech February 27, 2013 WBEZ [View the story "'Afternoon Shift'#259: High tech" on Storify]'Afternoon Shift'#259: High techTech specialist Janet Ginsburg and Neal Sales-Griffin, co-founder of The Starter League, join us to discuss the day's top tech stories. We'll also hear about Supreme Court arguments related to the Voting Rights Act, check in with the 'Curious City' folks and hear from jazz legend Frank Catalano.Storified by · Wed, Feb 27 2013 12:48:09Tech Today: Our panelists put a high-tech spin on the day’s news. Tech specialist Janet Ginsburg and Neal Sales-Griffin, co-founder of The Starter league, are our guides. Together, with help from, Troy Henikoff, CEO and co-founder of Excelerate, and self-starting entrepreneur Sharon Schneider, they’ll tackle the latest in tech news. Share your thoughts on all the buzz around Yahoo’s crackdown on telecommuting on Twitter using #AfternoonShift.1871By Jin Hwang, founder of EveningFlow an 1871 member It's been an amazing ride atWith tech talent scarce, employers offer signing bonuses and more"There's a tech talent war that's happening," says Fred Lee, chief technology officer at Chicago-based Enova. It's a good time to be a geek.Back To the Stone Age? New Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Bans Working From Home - ForbesNew Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has decreed there will be no more working from home for Yahoo staff. A company memo leaked to the press on Fr...Voting Rights Act: The Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday in a case related to a key provision in one of the U.S.’s best known civil rights laws, the Voting Rights Act. The case has not received as much attention as the Affordable Care Act decision last summer—but John Marshall constitutional law professor Steve Schwinn says we ought take notice. #RosaParks statue unveiled as #SCOTUS debates Voting Rights Act. What a country.gwen ifillSupreme Court raises doubts about Voting Rights ActThe case is sandwiched between several other civil rights cases in a Supreme Court term that could be even more consequential than the pr...Constitutional Law Prof Blog: Daily Read: William Faulkner and the Voting Rights Act" Eleventh Circuit Affirms Preliminary Injunction Against Florida's Mandatory Drug Testing of Welfare Recipients | Main February 27, 2013...Curious City: The Curious City crew is at it again—this week’s question is a little darker than most. Stephen Libbin, of Highland Park, asked: What’s the history of the funeral cars that used to run on the “L,” and what stations did they go to? And a lot of curious citizens voted for his query—so Dan Weissmann and Jennifer Brandel went digging.When you could ride an 'L' train to your graveIf you’re used to riding the ‘L’ for work or fun, don’t get unnerved about our Curious Citizen’s question a...Curious City: Chicago's funeral "L" carsWBEZFrank Catalano: Local jazz innovator Frank Cantalano has worked with everyone from jazz legends Miles Davis and Von Freeman to pop superstar J. Lo. He performs regularly around town, at places like the Green Mill and Andy’s in Chicago—but today he’ll play “Rick’s Café.” Catalano brings his horn, and his band, for some conversation and smooth music in the Jim and Kay Mabie Performance Studio. Playing a show in Chicago, IL at 3:15 PM today at WBEZ 91.5FM http://artistdata.com/a/cgy2Frank Catalano Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet Previous post in Afternoon Shift Afternoon Shift: Uneasy access Next post in Afternoon Shift Afternoon Shift: So long, farewell View the discussion thread. Top Headlines On WBEZ.org The Best Albums of 2013: The Top 10 Looking back at 1970s Uptown Strange Brews Podcast The Best Albums of 2013: 20 to 11 The politics behind the Illinois pension vote Chewing the Fat with Monica Eng and Louisa Chu Exoneree Diaries: Antione’s pay day How do kids like the new CPS lunches? Woman scarred by orphanage Remembering the 'Forgotten Hoosiers' What’s street cleaning really good for? What can Englewood learn from the new Detroit Whole Foods?