The Importance of Diverse Role Models Written by: Jamie Berger American computer science Ph.D. candidate at Michigan Technological University @BergerWithASideOfCode We can all agree that role models are important for a child’s development. A dominant aspect of developmental learning is … Continue reading 5 History-Making African Americans in Technology
20 feet beneath the Seattle we know lie the remnants of the city as it used to be. Back in the days of horse-drawn carriages, Seattle was more rough-and-tumble than rock-and-roll. The old city flooded, burned down, and washed away … Continue reading Inside Seattle’s Historic Underground Walking Tour
Ciao from bella Italia! It is so beautiful and warm here. This is my first Italian spring, so even though I’ve been here many times it’s … Continue reading Climbing the Castello di Arco
There are two types of people in this world: geeks and people who hate being called geeks. To me, “geek” means dedication, bordering on obsession, to a concept or idea whether that be music, gaming, art, or whatever else you … Continue reading Must-See in Seattle: Living Computer Museum
January 24th marked the 30th anniversary of the Macintosh computer, originally released in 1984. Looking at the bulky box, it’s hard to believe that we’ve come so far in so little time! 30 years ago, computers displayed in black and white, ran programs … Continue reading Happy 30th Birthday, Macintosh!
This past weekend, as part of my vacation in my own city, I went to the Redpath Waterfront Festival celebrating the 200th anniversary of the war … Continue reading Redpath Waterfront Festival!
Vienna, Austria’s largest city, is absolutely beautiful and so rich in history. The architecture is grand and reflects the high society that thrived there throughout history. … Continue reading Beautiful Vienna