As people across the country suffer from long-term unemployment, the tech industry is experiencing a shortage of qualified workers. Particularly in software development, employers are waging bidding wars over a tightening supply.Take the case of Mike Champion.
There is a lot of talk about DNA since Steve Jobs resigned as CEO of Apple this week. Mostly in terms of what Jobs has infused into Apple's DNA: impeccable taste, innovation, persistence, attention-to-detail, hard work, different thinking.All of this talk is great.
At the Wright–Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, some Ph.D. candidates are working on micro air vehicles, or tiny flying machines that are remotely piloted.The micro machines are often "bio-inspired" — study a bird or an insect and then build one."
YouTube is best known for its viral videos of babies and cats. But there are thousands of decidedly less cute videos racking up the views. How-to videos are extremely popular and some of the creators are actually making serious money.Want to know how to crochet a flower or solve a Rubik's Cube?
My sister Anita has been on Facebook since the beginning — more than seven years — and she's been posting pictures all along.But she hasn't exactly considered that she's been creating a history of her life.Social media is all about what's going on right now.