Telecommuting / Remote Work Stuff
For students interested in studying Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) here is a cool video showing the technology used while filming “Alita: Battle Angel” which happens to be one of my favorite movies (see my review) ever! 🙂 Geek On!
OK, I save almost everything techy: Computers, printers, electronic test equipment (stay tuned for an upcoming “Archaeological Dig”), Videoconferencing stuff, CD’s, telephones, well……the list goes on and on and on and on……I got a lot of stuff in that garage. The problem is, I pack the stuff away very nicely, and after 20 years or […]
Checking out some technology news, I found this video and short explanation of the work NASA is doing in the area of autonomous robotics on the Space Station and beyond. Very cool! 🙂 Here is a quick explanation of AstroBee copied from this NASA article:
Back in the day, when videoconferencing (think video chat in 2019) was new and exciting, my colleague, Renee, and I were working at Lawrence Livermore National Lab advancing that technology and, as part of an LLNL community outreach program, visiting Elementary and Middle Schools in area to show this new technology and answer student’s questions […]
Running high speed (Cat 5, 5e, 6, etc) cable to connect your electronic devices is a dying art thanks to WiFi. But, you may need to make a patch cable at some point in your life. If so…click to read more
Saw this new Lego Education STEM related product for Grades 6 thru 8 from coming in August 2019. Check out this video:
I have been pondering the use of STEM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Math vs STEAM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math for sometime. One day last week, I was cruising Facebook (a less often occurrence lately) and read some comments on a article related to STEM / STEAM. I was surprised at the vehemence of […]
LittleBits Web Site Originally published on ForCarol.com Drive Safe! With TechyMike’s new emphasis on helping to keep Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) activities in the classroom, here is our second blog introducing some cool STEM related products that teachers
I am consolidating “technology” on this blog. This article was originally published on ForCarol.com. More STEM / STEAM stuff: The LEGO Mindstorms Education EV3 for STEM / STEAM enrichment looks like a fun way to learn about science, technology, engineering, and math.
In case you have not seen this anywhere else….watch this very short video showing how Samsung is testing the Galaxy Fold. Pretty cool stuff as
This is interesting! A video tour of interesting stuff for techies in New York City. I would do a video in Tracy, CA, but,
This is a guest blog by Jan McDonnal a long time friend and fantastic supporter of ForCarol.com. Enjoy! So, I’m not a “techy” person per se. I do have a smart phone, I enjoy using my iPad and can get around the internet pretty well. I had heard about the Echo before, but really didn’t […]
Telecommuting / Remote Work