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If you’re looking for a way to instantly improve your photography skills, and maybe even start your own side business, you need to zoom in on these 10 Useful Sets. They’re full of photo accessories, image editing apps, and educational courses that will get you started or take your photography (or videography) to the next […]

Protected: Former CIO Schwartz: Improvin...

Mark is a sought-after technology leader, prolific writer, and frequent speaker. He has held leadership positions in several organizations large and small where, over time, he has gained a reputation for challenging the status quo in business, processes and technology. Mark is a strong advocate of Agile, Lean and DevOps methodologies, and espouses a philosophy […]

Communications, Concordia Theological Se...

Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, is looking for candidates for its communications team. Head of communications Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne (CTSFW) is seeking a Communications Manager to lead the Seminar Communications team in effectively telling the story of the Seminar to a variety of audiences via print, digital and other media. Job responsibilities Prepare […]

Why Sunrun Stocks Slip Today

Shares of solar companies, including Sunrun Inc (NASDAQ: RUN), are trading lower on Tuesday following the California Public Utilities Commission proposal to reduce rooftop solar incentives. The California Public Utilities Commission on Monday released a proposal that would update the rules regarding compensation for owners of rooftop solar systems in California. Under the proposal, California […]

WPI professors, students design, build a...

WORCESTER – As hospitals in Massachusetts faced ventilator shortages during the pandemic, Greg Fischer, professor of robotics engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, assembled a team to develop low-tech, inexpensive ventilators that could be easily replicated. . The team had their work supported by the Massachusetts Emergency Response Team (MERT), a collaboration of different organizations in […]

Teachers should study video games to imp...

The pandemic has forced many of us to shift to hybrid, tech-mediated education, and as we continue our journey into such spaces, one thing we in higher education need to remember is that to many students have long been good enough to navigate hybrid environments. Truly, it is time for formal education to finally catch […]

The current Minnesota State Capital buil...

MinnPost photo by Peter Callaghan Erecting a building the size and stature of the Third Capital was one of Minnesota’s great achievements in public architecture and construction. On Wabasha Hill, just north of downtown St. Paul, stands the Third State Capitol of Minnesota. This active center of state government was built between 1896 and 1905 […]

Lawrence Weiner, artist whose medium was...

Lawrence Weiner, who used language as the material for a vast body of visual art that operated outside the confines of poetry and aphorism in a vernacular all its own, sometimes Delphic and generally optimistic about the condition. human, died Thursday at his home and studio. in Manhattan. He was 79 years old. The Marian […]

Global tax deal leaves billion-dollar lo...

DUBLIN, Dec. 3 (Reuters) – Leaders of the world’s largest economies have hailed a recent agreement to revise global corporate tax rules as the key to enabling multinationals to pay their fair share of tax. The October agreement established a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15% aimed at limiting profit transfers to low-tax jurisdictions […]