• An Ode to PCMag: A Personal Computing Legacy | PCMag

    by admin on 2022-06-04 02:38:30

    I was PC Magazine's editor-in-chief for 14 years, leading the publication through its heyday as the most influential computer magazine in print. And boy, was it a blast.

    When I joined PC Magazine as editor-in-chief in June 1991, it had already established itself as the leader among

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    by admin on 2022-05-28 12:45:14

    As the war for IT talent rages on, some companies seem to be staying out of the trenches, even when it comes to the most sought-after skills.

    CPA firm Plante Moran fills open IT positions in 48 days on average — from job post to onboard date — even for the hardest-to-fill rol

  • Sign snaful snarls Fleming Body Shop project | Mt. Airy News

    by admin on 2022-05-28 12:45:11

    Local zoning decision being appealed to Superior Court

    One would think that when a board votes 7-2 in favor of something, it’s a done deal — but a longtime local businessman has learned this is not the case regarding signage for a $2 million expansion project.

    The issue

  • Amidst the ruins of ANC rule - OPINION | Politicsweb

    by admin on 2022-05-28 12:45:07

    Anyone who lived through the euphoria of 27 April 1994 has to marvel at that era today. All the way through the 1980s – indeed, ever since 1976 or even 1973 – there had been a building sense of excitement and anticipation. Liberation was coming. We all knew it: there were even endl

  • This robot made of slime is astounding, despite looking like a ‘magnetic turd’ - National | Globalnews.ca

    by admin on 2022-05-28 12:45:02

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    Researchers at the Chinese University of Hong Kong have created a slippery and slimy robot that’s definitely not for the squeamish.

    It looks a bit like a piece of feces, moves like a slug, and is designed to go into yo

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  • JBL L100 Classic Bookshelf Loudspeaker Review - Modern Take on a Classic | Audioholics

    by admin on 2022-05-28 12:44:56

    A lot of things have changed in the home audio industry over the last fifty years. Advances in acoustic engineering, measurement, and manufacturing have propelled loudspeaker design to levels of performance that would have been unthinkable fifty years ago. The science of what comprises a good

  • Tronsmart Bang - RGB Portable Speaker and Subwoofer (REVIEW) - Royals Blue

    by admin on 2022-05-28 12:44:41

    Equipped with a carrying handle and a waterproof case, the Tronsmart Bang is a wireless speaker with above average power and RGB lighting synchronized to the rhythm of the music.

    With an estimated power of 60W and a configuration with 6 audio speakers (2 active speakers + 2 passive subwo

  • Five on it: Sudan Archives celebrates the diverse beauty of hair on ‘Selfish Soul’ - gal-dem

    by admin on 2022-05-28 12:44:36

    An award winning media company committed to sharing the perspectives of people of colour from marginalised genders

    When it comes to hair, music lore is well versed: Ariana Grande can’t stop buying it; Lady Gaga is hers entirely. But with Black and diverse hair, the topic is more fraugh

  • Artist Danie Mellor acknowledges ancestral legacies in his Sir John Sulman and Wynne Prize entries | Magnet | Eden, NSW

    by admin on 2022-05-28 12:44:35

    Disclaimer: The artworks featured in the article contain images of deceased Aboriginal people.

    One artist has pulled moments from Australia's colonial past into the present, and brings his heritage to pieces which have been recognised in two prestigious art awards.

    Danie Mellor,