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    Xenofeminism aims to abolish gender through technology | by Lidia Zuin | Feb, 2021

    Disclaimer: Article originally published at TAB UOL, in Portuguese. Created in 2014, the collective Laboria Cuboniks reunites artists, writers, and programmers dedicated to discuss the theme of xenofeminism: a movement in constant transformation and definition of political models that encompass the present time and the future of technology and science, as well as gender issues. Connected to contemporary philosophical branches such as the left-wing accelerationism, anarcho-transhumanism and speculative realism, xenofeminism even coined the “Communist Manifesto of the 21st century” by cultural commentators such as Mark Fisher. In spite of all the provocative ideas that the movement brings to contemporary  

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  • Computer

    Boys and Girls Club of the Grand Strand creates John Rhodes technology fund

    MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WBTW) — The Boys and Girls Club of the Grand Strand is continuing the former Mayor John Rhodes’ vision of creating a computer lab for the children. CEO Tracy Bailey says John Rhodes was a strong advocate for the disadvantaged youth in Myrtle Beach, serving as the former Board Chair for The Boys and Girls Club of the Grand Strand. “He really stepped in, stepped up to be chair of the board and reach out to all of the people that he met over his years as Mayor and years of just being a very vibrant member  

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    How Student Transporters Should Adjust to Changing Tech Trends

    Today’s technology suppliers are poised to help student transportation operations bring their fleets into the modern age and overcome hurdles brought on by COVID-19. Chandra Swaminathan, the director of software engineering for Tyler Technologies, surmised on Jan. 27 that COVID-19 poses many challenges that have forced the school transportation industry to adapt. But to its credit, he added, meal delivery or Wi-Fi-equipped buses were sent out on routes that were planned in a matter of weeks instead of months. A key driver of that accomplishment was technology. He shared five predictions and key pieces of tech that will greatly affect  

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  • Internet Marketing

    Insights on the Digital Advertising Global Market to 2030

    Dublin, Jan. 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Digital Advertising Global Market Report 2020-30: COVID-19 Growth and Change” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. This report provides strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global digital advertising market. This report focuses on digital advertising market which is experiencing strong growth. The report gives a guide to the digital advertising market which will be shaping and changing our lives over the next ten years and beyond, including the markets response to the challenge of the global pandemic. The global digital advertising market is  

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    ‘Changing the game’: Black in Technology works to support Black students in computer science

    Prior to arriving at UNC, 2020 graduate Charlie Helms had only briefly heard about the field of computer science. But when he attended UNC’s admitted students day, he was immediately drawn to the Black and Latinx computer science group that the computer science department advertised.  “I was like, ‘Oh my God, I’m gonna have people that look like me that are coders,’” Helms said. “I’ve never met a Black computer scientist before, so I was like, ‘This is amazing. It’s a perfect match.’”  But after initially struggling in coursework for COMP 110: Intro to Programming at UNC, he began searching  

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  • SEO

    Google On Selling Domains Based On SEO Value

    A while back, John Mueller and Gary Illyes from Google reacted to a tweet around selling domain names based on their “SEO footprint.” Meaning, it has a lot of perceived SEO value (links and authority) based on third-party tools. And the domain name broker is pitching that as a reason to buy the domain name. So while Gary Illyes simply “no” to bidding on it: No — Gary 鯨理/경리 Illyes (@methode) June 9, 2020 John Mueller had a more fun response: I bid … them good luck. Selling a domain based on the “SEO footprint” sounds a bit like selling  

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