Christmas for the Homeless

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Christmas for the Homeless (via Repost Video News)

SEVERAL HOMELESS PEOPLE IN MONROE WERE HELPED THIS MONRING. THE NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION TRIPLE PT AND GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH COMBINED EFFORTS TO GIVE.

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So a cyber Grinch stole your card at Target? Here’s what to do.

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English: Debit Card فارسی: کارت عابر بانک العر...

English: Debit Card فارسی: کارت عابر بانک العربية: بطاقة الصراف الآلي (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

As if selling the Beyonce CD wasn’t bad enough…

So a cyber Grinch stole your card at Target? Here’s what to do. (via The Christian Science Monitor)

American consumers woke up to a post-shopping scare Thursday, as the US mass retailer Target reported the cybertheft of as many as 40 million credit and debit card numbers of its customers at the height of the Christmas shopping season, starting around…

 

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Hackbright Boot Camp Moves Women Into Coding Careers

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Hackbright Boot Camp Moves Women Into Coding Careers (via Dice News in Tech)

Hackbright Academy in San Francisco is a 10-week boot camp with a twist: Not only is the year-old program for women only, all of its graduates began with established careers in non-STEM fields. Through its intensive training, mentoring, final projects…

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Coding Challenge: Best Have a Card Up Your Sleeve

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Coding Challenge: Best Have a Card Up Your Sleeve (via Dice News in Tech)

Our newest coding challenge runs through January, ending on Jan. 31, 2014, so you should have plenty of time for it. It’s about a card game called Sevens. The game is for three to seven players. To set it up, deal all 52 cards between the players.…

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To Beat the Software Interview, Think Video Games

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A typical retail display (in Geneva, Switzerland) with a large selection of games for several major consoles (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

To Beat the Software Interview, Think Video Games (via Dice News in Tech)

By Ben Weiss I think we can all agree that interviewing for software development jobs could be a little more fun because as it currently stands, the whole process pretty much sucks. First, you have to get noticed, which seems all but impossible with…

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How NSA reportedly uses Google cookies could be next privacy flash point (+video)

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How NSA reportedly uses Google cookies could be next privacy flash point (+video) (via The Christian Science Monitor)

In this undated file photo made available by Google shows the campus-network room at a data center in Council Bluffs, Iowa. (Connie Zhou/Google/AP/File) Web cookies that allow advertisers to keep tabs on individual Internet users’ browsing habits…

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The girls who can: Inside a coding class in Joburg

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Joburg Art Fair at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The girls who can: Inside a coding class in Joburg (via www.girlguides.co.za)

Developing an app can be very a challenging task for anybody who is trying it for the first time, but with a lot of dedication, patience and focus, it can be very enriching and empowering. This was the experience of 16 young women over the age of 18…

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Can you code? Obama, celebrities encourage students to spend an hour computer coding

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Official photographic portrait of US President Barack Obama (born 4 August 1961; assumed office 20 January 2009) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Can you code? Obama, celebrities encourage students to spend an hour computer coding (via NJ.com)

President Barack Obama and celebrities are encouraging students to learn the basics of computer science this week for “The Hour of Coding,” a national initiative to promote computer education. In New Jersey, Monmouth University is offering workshops…

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Peer-to-Peer: Edina High Students Teach Classmates Computer Coding

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Peer-to-Peer: Edina High Students Teach Classmates Computer Coding (via Edina Patch)

Edina’s AP Computer Science students taught an hour of coding to all math classes this week. Students in Edina High School’s AP Computer Science class put on “nerd glasses” and headed to the school’s Media Center this week, giving lessons to all math…

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Feel The Beat From These Cardboard Headphones

With a little creativity, almost anything can be made from the most basic of materials.  The Kinetic Headphone was created by Zimoun, a sound architect from Switzerland, and uses cotton balls, cardboard boxes, and two DC motors to create a rhythm like none other.  Although these will not take the place of the many sound reducing specialty headphones on the market, it’s good to see there are a few out there who can think outside the box (cardboard or otherwise).

 

 

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