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Pulaski Tech Early College Program: Dylan Diamond

George Washington Carver once said education is the key to the golden gates of freedom. He wasn’t wrong in this statement, because education is what built our world today. Today, college and undergraduate school is the largest achievement one can accomplish. And because of Pulaski Tech, I’ve been given the …

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FTCC’s Transition Tech Program

Transition Tech is a training program for transitioning military service members that works with industry partners and provides focused certificates and credentials, resume assistance, and mock interview opportunities designed to prepare you to enter the civilian workforce. FTCC has a great relationship with veterans. They’re very knowledgeable when it comes to …

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The Pocket Washing Machine – Does It Suck?

So today I’ve got an unusual gadget for you Well, you see um … ga it bleh It arrived just like this this is what it looks like in this little bag – what exactly is that? I did a little bit more research and I found out that it’s …

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20 Things Proving That Japan Lives In 3018

20 things proving that Japan lives in 3018 Japan has always been ahead of the game when it comes to development innovation and service Anyone who visits this country will without a doubt be amazed by something like robots working as hotel staff Vending machines on every corner or even …

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Experimenting with 3D Printed Fabric

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New Discovery Could Unlock Graphene’s Full Potential

Graphene holds the promise of the future of engineering and technology, it’s like a miracle substance! It was discovered in 2004, and we’ve had a lot of trouble making it… until now. Hey graph-heads, Trace here for DNews. Remember wayyy back in 2013 when we learned graphene capacitors might make …

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What’s in My Tech Bag 2019!

(upbeat electronic music) – Yo, guys, Jonathan here headed out to NAB 2019, which is this huge tech show for everything camera-related, and with that, I thought it’d be cool to take you along with me and showcase what’s in my bag. So for the past six months or so, …

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Rewind – Forward | The Making of Remember Me

Remember Me is a third-person adventure action game set in 2084 Neo-Paris, in a world where memories have been digitized by a social network called Memorize. In this universe, the player is Nilin, an elite memory hunter with the power to steal your memories, to change them in order to …

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Erin McKean: The joy of lexicography

Now, have any of y’all ever looked up this word? You know, in a dictionary? (Laughter) Yeah, that’s what I thought. How about this word? Here, I’ll show it to you. Lexicography: the practice of compiling dictionaries. Notice — we’re very specific — that word “compile.” The dictionary is not …

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