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California introduces new basketball coach Wyking Jones

New California coach Wyking Jones says years of assistant jobs under coaches like Rick Pitino, Steve Alford and Cuonzo Martin have prepared him for his new job        

Zeldman Called It

Jeffrey Zeldman, back in February 2010 (two months before Steve Jobs’s “Thoughts on Flash”): Flash won’t die tomorrow, but plug-in technology is on its way out. Plug-in technology made sense when web browsing was the province of geeks. Show More Summary

Birth of the Apple store: What was it like to work with Steve Jobs?

Working with Steve Jobs, the evolution of the Apple store, and how to work with difficult clients.        

St STEVE JOBS SAID: On Your Culture Being Special...

I miss Steve Jobs. Actually I miss him being an ass, but ultimately being right on so many things.? Here's a talent nugget from the Jobs book talking about how kids have basically assimilated to the same culture across the...

Daily Trump Tracker: Sessions v. Sanctuary Cities

Johnny Rotten thinks Trump's not so bad, Jared Kushner gets a job, and Steve Bannon aims to improve the administration's win-loss record The post Daily Trump Tracker: Sessions v. Sanctuary Cities appeared first on

What Killed Adobe Flash

“Virgil”, responding to my piece the other day looking back at Steve Jobs’s “Thoughts on Flash” open letter: Impossible to refute. There’s no doubt that this was the beginning of the end for Flash, right? Except that this is utterly wrong. Show More Summary

Tim Cook’s secret weapon for job interviews? Silence

Steve Jobs could be pretty forthright, even abrasive, in interviews with prospective new employees. Tim Cook, on the other hand? It’s all about the power of silence. In a new interview to promote her book Radical Candor: Be A Kick-Ass...Show More Summary

Aaron Sorkin reportedly unaware of Hollywood's diversity problems

The West Wing and Steve Jobs writer was speaking at the Writers Guild Festival on Saturday when the subject of diversity in writers rooms in Hollywood came up, and Sorkin, as reported by Variety, was shocked by what he was hearing on the subject.         

LOL, the Treasury Secretary Says Automation of Jobs Is "50-100 More Years" Away

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Steve Mnuchin, the genius behind Suicide Squad and our nation’s treasury secretary, isn’t worried about artificial intelligence or automation. It’s not even on his radar, so just relax. Read more...

Weekly Web Harvest for 2017-03-19

iTunes’ Terms And Conditions Turned Into A Satirical Graphic Novel “Terms and Conditions: A Graphic Novel” is the word-for-word 94-page adaptation which puts Steve Jobs at the centerstage as he recites the legal agreement. Every page...Show More Summary

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin's Lack Of Worry About AI Affecting Jobs Worries Tech Community

3 days agoNews : The Newsroom

The tech community responded with disbelief following an interview with Trump Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin in which he suggested AI wouldn't affect jobs in the United States for 50-100 years.

Steve Alford emphatically denied interest in Indiana job

UCLA lost to Kentucky in the Sweet 16 on Friday night. Last week, Indiana officially fired Tom Crean, after he spent nine seasons as the Hoosiers’ head coach in Bloomington. As with any head coach firing, the speculation then turns to...Show More Summary

Steve Alford: 'I'm very happy' at UCLA

The former Indiana star has been mentioned in connection with the Hoosiers' job opening.        

Trump treasury secretary: R2-D2 won't take your job for 50 years - CNET

Commentary: In an interview with Axios, Steve Mnuchin says he's very optimistic that AI won't affect jobs in the long run. He offers a Star Wars analogy.

Trump treasury secretary: R2-D2 won't take your job for 50 years - CNET

Commentary: In an interview with Axios, Steve Mnuchin says he's very optimistic that AI won't affect jobs in the long run. He offers a Star Wars analogy.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin’s lack of worry about AI affecting jobs worries tech community

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

President Donald Trump’s pick for Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said Friday he isn’t worried about the potential effects of artificial intelligence on the American workforce, which in turn caused considerable consternation within the tech community. In an interview with Axios, Mnuchin said the...

FedEx Offers Customers $5 for the Inconvenience of Requiring Adobe Flash

Ina Fried, writing for Axios: Adobe Flash has been on the ropes since Steve Jobs went on his famous tirade 7 years ago, but that doesn’t mean some sites don’t still require it. For its part, FedEx is apologizing to customers and offering...Show More Summary

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin Has a Shitty Radar

Kim Hart, Axios: Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin riled the tech community this morning when he told Axios’s Mike Allen that displacement of jobs by artificial intelligence and automation is “not even on my radar screen” because theShow More Summary

Hate to Break It to Steve Mnuchin, But AI’s Already Taking Jobs

Today, in 2017, the treasury secretary said he had no worries about robots putting people out of work. The post Hate to Break It to Steve Mnuchin, But AI's Already Taking Jobs appeared first on WIRED.

Steve Mnuchin Doesn't Think A.I. Is an Immediate Threat to Jobs. That's Insane.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is a sharp guy. He’s a (legacy) alumnus of Yale and Goldman Sachs, did well on Wall Street, and was a successful movie producer and bank investor. He’s good at, and willing to, put other people’s money at risk alongside some of his own. Show More Summary

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