Oct 5 2012   3:23PM GMT

Every little byte helps – teaching tech matters

Karen Goulart Karen Goulart Profile: Karen Goulart


What if you had skills so powerful they could change the course of the U.S. economy? You’d try to pass that awesomeness along, right? Well, great news Searchlight readers — you happen to possess such skills! As you’ll see when you go to this week’s roundup, volunteer IT professionals are changing kids’ lives by teaching tech in public high schools. The hope is these  tech savvy high schoolers are more likely to become tech savvy college grads, who then fill some much-needed skills gaps in our economy. Check out the item, as well as bits about a project aimed at finding “The Human Face of Big Data,” a look at Windows 8 from someone “in the know” and more.

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“The Human Face of Big Data.” Oops, sorry, way off — this is the android face of regular-size Data.

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