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KENNESAW — Kelly Hyder-Stockdale of Marietta was one of the 1,700 Kennesaw State University students to graduate last week during the December commencement ceremony. At 50, Hyder-Stockdale was...
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... Girl Scout troop. For more information contact Jill Rady firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-955-3438. Computer guru needed at Marquette Adult Day Services to provide occasional technical assistance....
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US workers' latest competition: The robot
... has for surgeons. More productive workers, in turn, earn more money and produce goods and services that improve lives. More from the New York Times: “It is literally the story of the...
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... the top stories in the national and international press today. Times of Malta says the University runs the risk of not paying employees every four weeks because of a strained cash flow...
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Dear citizens of America’s communities
... legalized segregation. We didn’t have a cell phone. We didn’t have a website. We didn’t have a computer or even a fax machine, but we used what we had. We had ourselves, so we put our bodies on...
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SavAdate helps find sweet spot on calendar for fu...
... Halm adds, is simply another way Alexander is drawing on her natural talents. "She's a computer, this woman," Halm says. "The brain is like a computer." Indeed, Alexander saw a problem...
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Too Big to Disrupt? Canada’s banks fight back aga...
Canada’s Big Six banks, by contrast, collectively earned $33-billion last year, making financial services seem like a profit oasis. As they seek to get a piece of that pie, the tech giants are...
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ACT at risk of big budget deficit blowout, report...
Account (-$101m), the Education and Training Directorate (-$74.6m), Territory and Municipal Services Directorate (-$72m), the Health Directorate (-$37.6m) and ACTION Buses (-$17.5m). The...
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Institute of Technology
... programmer, for instance, or someone employed in military cyberdefense—aims to make computers work better. It is the “black hat” hacker who sets out to attack, causing havoc or ripping...
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Kim rent in senior housing—Strawberry Creek Lodge and Amistad; Maggie is now a home-owner. Two computer screens are also at the front desk. Seniors register in order to participate in Center...
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Friday night obituary update
... at www.herald-dispatch.com. ETTA GEAN ADKINS, 90, of Barboursville died Dec. 18. Funeral services will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Wallace Funeral Home & Chapel, Barboursville; burial...
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"Bounce Around Charleston" Facebook Bike Giveaway...
... valid military ID. Students 18 years of age or older attending a South Carolina college or university who have not established permanent South Carolina residency are eligible to win, provided...
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For N Korea's cyber-army, long-term target may be...
... the United States, North Korea has been working for years on the ability to disrupt or destroy computer systems that control vital public services such as telecoms and energy utilities, according...
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... nationwide. "The problem with cybersecurity is that it is not just a matter of computer science, it is a business risk, and so our approach involves courses germane to computer...
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Is Tyra Buss big enough to handle the Big Ten?
Courtesy of Indiana University, Archie DeesOn her way to becoming the top scorer in Indiana prep history, Tyra Buss broke Archie Dees' record. The two are friends, and Buss often visits him in his...
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Cyber espionage targets Syrian activists, linked ...
Syria (ISIS), according to a report published on Thursday by CitizenLab, a research group at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs. The attacks have targeted a group of Syrian...
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85+ Sports Business Professionals Discuss Biggest...
... an evolution in our space in terms of a professionalism being brought to this area of services. The sports industry is progressing in how it addresses naming rights and sponsorship...
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A look at North Korea's cyberwar capabilities
Entertainment has managed to orchestrate a string of crippling cyber infiltrations of South Korean computer systems in recent years, officials in Seoul believe, despite North Korea protesting...
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Anonymous donor give record $12.5 million to UF
University of Florida student-athletes will soon have a world-class learning environment to support and enhance their academic experiences, thanks to a $12.5 million donation from an anonymous...
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Long-Awaited Review into 'Biggest Ever Human Reso...
... found in his Saanich apartment on Jan. 8, 2013, a month after his death. A PhD student in the University of Victoria's School of Public Administration, he was three days from finishing a co-op...
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