Dead loved ones' voices fall victim to technology
Technology has given families like the Moores a way to hear their loved ones' voices long after they've passed, providing them some solace during the grieving process. But like they and so many others have suddenly learned, the voices aren't saved forever.
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AOL Cofounder Frets That the U.S. Could Lose Its Entrepreneurial Edge
That's according to Steve Case, the billionaire founder of America Online, who is reëmerging as an influential figure in Washington, D.C., and one of the country's most important technology investors. Case cofounded AOL, a company that, with its CD …
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Surveys Synthesized: What Are Teachers' Attitudes About Classroom Technology?
The Joan Ganz Cooney Center reviewed five national surveys that polled K-12 classroom teachers about their practices and uses of technology. The report includes findings from PBS LearningMedia's Teacher Technology Usage Survey (January 2012); The …
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