Thursday, Jul 17
“The happy truth is, if you get the fundamentals about how computers think, and how humans can talk to them in a language the machines understand, you can imagine a project that a computer could do, and discuss it in a way that will make sense to an actual programmer.”
Wednesday, Jun 25
(CNN) – Students at the University of South Florida will be soaring to new academic heights, with drones.
Wednesday, Jun 4
In a report about video data consumption trends released this morning by Adobe, the company noted an interesting statistic about the changing habits of online.
Thursday, May 1
There has been a lot of discussion in the library community regarding the use of web service APIs over the past few years. While APIs can be very powerful and provide awesome new ways to share, promote, manipulate and mashup your library’s data, getting started using APIs can be overwhelming. This post is intended to provide a very basic overview of the technologies and terminology involved with web service APIs, and provides a brief example to get started using the Twitter API.
Wednesday, Apr 16
Mobile access to mission-critical applications is lagging in the enterprise
Monday, Apr 7
E-reading is on the rise, according to a January report by the Pew Internet project. Fully 50 percent of adults own a tablet or e-reader, and two out of five public libraries lend e-readers.
Monday, Apr 7
Technology not overshadowing libraries
Tuesday, Apr 1
New data from app analytics provider Flurry released today states that native app usage on smartphones is continuing to grow at the expense of the mobile web. The company claims that users are now spending 2 hours and 42 minutes per day on mobile devices as of March 2014, up from 2 hours, 38 minutes as of a year ago.
Tuesday, Dec 10
Currently in alpha testing stage, the new web-based platform will help the company’s customers manipulate and analyze data about a number of different patron behaviors.
Friday, May 3
According to old stereotypes, it shouldn’t work—serious librarians should want nothing to do with the raucous, pulp world of comics—and for a long time it didn’t.