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Major Changes Sought in Nascent Citizens Broadband Radio Service

The Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) has not even been born yet, but already major industry players want to change its basic character.  CBRS, as its name implies, was conceived and approved by the FCC a couple of years ago as a broadband service for locally-focused businesses.  The regulatory paradigm included both a large swathe...… Continue Reading

NTIA Seeks Comments on Cybersecurity Threats

We’ve previously reported on a drone-related multistakeholder process convened by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), which is part of the Department of Commerce and is responsible for telecommunications and technology policy. Show More Summary

Lighting 103: Greg's Assignment: Results

13 minutes agoArts / Photography : Strobist

Reporting in from our last assignment, in which you were asked to shoot a portrait in three different ways: clean white light, warm/cool light, and warm/cool light with the shadows muddied up with a little green. I did this one along with you—twice—and learned a lot in the process. Which brings up a valuable point. Show More Summary

How ya doin'

When I come upon someone I know, either by accident or design, the first thing I say after “hello” is “How are you?” I expect to hear back that the person is fine or that things have been rough. The conversation proceeds on from there. Show More Summary

Top 10 Essential Oils for Asthma

Essential oils can help to open up airways, reduce the inflammation that causes asthma attacks, and more. The best thing is there are multiple essential oils that effectively treat asthma. Below discussed are few best choices out there. Lavender oil Lavender oil helps to fight against airway inflammation and reduces the problems with breathing, Lavender […]

Brain stimulators are a hot item in sports training…do they help?

The San Francisco Giants just happen to be the baseball team that I usually root for.  Unfortunately, they’re having a terrible year, and after a 7-game losing streak (and counting) are currently deep in the cellar in the National League... Show More Summary

Many of You Will Hate This School

Imagine a school that makes students take the same courses at the same times as everyone else. Also, this school uses little or no technology. This school does not utilize contemporary texts and in fact, does not even aspire to contextualize these ancient texts to the modern world. Show More Summary

Like to make music? Turn your tunes into an income stream

Meet the stock music composers who can make up to £30,000 a year by writing and selling the soundtracks to our digital lives Most people know you can earn money from posting videos and images on the likes of YouTube and Instagram. But...Show More Summary

Credit where credit’s due to Yoko Ono at last | Barbara Ellen

The news that a recording of Lennon crediting Ono as co-writer rather than muse for his 1971 hit Imagine is welcome Yoko Ono has been recognised as co-writer of John Lennon’s 1971 hit Imagine by the National Music Publishers’ Association at its centennial annual meeting. Show More Summary

Bird eggs may be shaped by the way their mother flies

Huge survey reveals that bird species spending more time on the wing tend to have long or pointy eggs

Snub TV: cult music show that unearthed the underground

The no-frills cable show captured 80s and 90s bands at their most bonkers – from Napalm Death’s growling mayhem to New Order calling U2’s singer ‘that bongo guy’. Co-founder Pete Fowler explains why nothing else has come close British music television may be synonymous with one particular boogie-woogie man, but years before Later With... Show More Summary

'We need fair representation': the rise of female-led record labels

Independents can offer greater artistic control than big players, and those founded by women are helping to counter the industry’s gender disparity When Victoria Hesketh, also known as Little Boots, set up her independent record label, she was walking away from something many recording artists can only dream of: a contract with a major label. Show More Summary

Weird amphibians found at record depth in dark underground lake

A new sighting of the olm, an amphibious salamander, in a Croatian cave extends our knowledge of this mysterious and vulnerable animal

Spotify hopes going public will cement streaming as music's future

As music industry celebrates second straight year of growth, service hopes to buck trend of tech industry disappointments on Wall Street The world may love the services they provide, but the new generation of tech companies haven’t found much love on Wall Street recently. Show More Summary

How to be a DIY pop star: lollipops, kung fu and other fail-safe strategies

Personalised notes, sponsored tours and celebrity Twitter endorsements are just some of the tactics put into practice by the likes of Dodie, Tom Rosenthal, Paigey Cakey and more, who refuse to lean on the mainstream industry After years of upheaval, the music industry is still pulling itself out of the doldrums. Show More Summary

When Aptitude Is Not Enough

3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Shake Things up. I’ve said before many times that the key to job satisfaction is moving away from your Drudgery and Disinterest Zones and toward the Passion and Proficiency of your Desire Zone. Some readers have raised a good question about this shift. Show More Summary

Synthetic iris could let cameras react to light like our eyes do

The iris in our eyes shrinks the pupil in bright light and enlarges it in the dark, and now an artificial version could do the same for both eyes and cameras

Secretary Price Hosts Listening Session with Obamacare Victims

On Wednesday, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, M.D., hosted a listening session at the White House with Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Seema Verma to hear from individuals who are facing...Show More Summary

President Trump Visits Kirkwood Community College

Yesterday, President Donald J. Trump visited Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa to address his efforts to foster agriculture innovation. He spoke about the value of farming to the Nation’s economy and ensured the Administration...Show More Summary

Intel Core i9 Launch: Intel Steps Things Up Unveiling a Huge 18-Core CPU

Intel has launched several new CPU’s based on their Skylake-X architecture, including the very first Intel Core i9. Following the unveiling of these new processors Workstation Specialists will be releasing new systems based on the Core i7-7800X, Core i7-7820X, and Core i9-7900X Shortly. Show More Summary

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