Month: November 2012

  • The Magic Window

    It’s fascinating how a low-cost, but powerful technology like Microsoft’s Kinect, a motion sensing device primarily marketed as an addon for the video gamer’s Xbox 360 but also available for Windows computers, is being used in creative ways. Here’s one I noticed at the Georgia Tech People and Technology Forum 2012 on Tuesday called “The […]

  • New Journalism Fellowship on the Economics of Aging and Work

    Fellowship Opp: The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, in partnership with the Associated Press Media Editors, is offering a new one-year journalism fellowship that will focus on the economics of aging and work. This fellowship is a 12-month residential fellowship located at the headquarters of the independent research organization NORC at the University […]