FCC commissioner: Our agency says all Americans are gaining advanced Internet access. It’s wrong (opinion)

Joaquina Erdmann

Last week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released the nation’s 2020 Broadband Progress Report. It concludes that broadband is being delivered to all Americans in a reasonable and timely way.

But from where I sit, nothing could be further from the truth. I would know. I am one of the five Commissioners at the FCC, and I refused to offer my support for the 2020 Broadband Progress Report. That’s because, in this crisis, it has become painfully clear that not everyone in the United States has adequate Internet access. The evidence is all around us.

Schools have shuttered and more than 50 million students have been told to head home and many were told to go online for classes. But millions of them can’t get there because they fall into the homework gap and lack internet access at home. It’s not just a problem in rural America. It’s a challenge
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| Electrical & Computer Engineering

Joaquina Erdmann

Effective Tuesday March 17th, ECE will be closed to in-person traffic until further notice. Our office hours remain in effect: Monday – Friday 8:45 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and we are able to assist you by phone or email.

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The Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) consistently ranks among the top in North America. It attracts outstanding students, has excellent research and teaching facilities, and is ideally located in the middle of Toronto, a vibrant cosmopolitan city. We have an outstanding faculty of more than 75 professors in biomedical, computer, communications, electromagnetics, electronics, energy systems, photonics and systems control; many of our members are international leaders in their fields. We have a new flexible undergraduate degree curriculum and an outstanding funding program for graduate students and research. We invite you to explore ECE online and in person.

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Power for the people:

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A science and technology timeline

Joaquina Erdmann

Date Invention or discovery Articles on Explain that stuff Prehistory

4–5 billion years ago

Sun starts to produce energy.

Solar cells
Energy

10 million years ago. Humans make the first tools from stone, wood,
antlers, and bones. Tools and machines

1–2 million years ago

Humans discover fire.

Biofuels
Candles
Car engines
Jet engines

25,000– 50,000 BCE Humans first wear clothes. Biomimetic clothing 10,000 BCE Earliest boats are constructed. Ships and boats 8000– 9000 BCE Beginnings of human settlements and agriculture. Biofuels
Water 6000– 7000 BCE Hand-made bricks first used for construction in the Middle East. Brick (ceramics) Ancient times 4000 BCE Iron used for the first time in decorative ornaments. Iron and steel 3500– 5000 BCE Glass is made by people for the first time. Glass 3500 BCE Humans invent the wheel. Tools and machines
Wheels and axles 3000 BCE First written languages are developed by the Sumerian people of
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Troy University | Troy University

Joaquina Erdmann

TROY is the Pathway to Your Future

Earn your degree from a real, 4-year, accredited, state university focused on preparing
you to excel in your future career. Every year, TROY equips thousands of men and women
who enter their chosen fields career-ready and globally competitive. As a top-ranking
educational institution with a reputation of integrity, patriotism and excellence,
TROY provides you with value and values. Whether you plan to study in-class or online, Troy
University can give you the resources and top-notch academic training you’ll need
to succeed in today’s global marketplace.

TROY Online

TROY understands it’s difficult to balance work, family and your education. That’s
why TROY Online programs give you the choice to learn when and where it is best for
you. Since the 1950s, TROY has offered distance learners the ability to earn their
degrees from an accredited 4-year state university.

Learn More

TROY Supports Military &

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Pico Technology company information

Joaquina Erdmann

Pico Technology was established in 1991 and soon became a leader in the field of PC Oscilloscopes
and data loggers.

Pico has always been recognized for providing innovative, cost-effective alternatives to traditional test equipment and data acquisition products.
In doing so, we have made high-quality instrumentation affordable.

ISO 9001 and 14001 registered

Pico Technology is an ISO 9001 and 14001 registered company.
We put enormous effort into our systems so that we can provide our customers with well-designed, reliably manufactured products at a competitive price. Every individual in the company is responsible for the quality of their contribution and we continually strive to improve the quality of the products and services we supply.

ISO 14001 is the principal management system standard which specifies the requirements for the formulation and maintenance of an EMS. We adhere to this to help us control our environmental aspects, reduce impacts and ensure legal

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Paige raises $5 million more from Goldman Sachs to detect cancer with computer vision

Joaquina Erdmann

Health care startup Paige has raised an additional $5 million to help diagnose cancer using computer vision trained with clinical imaging data. The idea is to use data sets related to treatment and genomics to train the company’s deep learning networks to detect breast, prostate, and other major cancers.

New York-based Paige has raised over $75 million to date. The money came from Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division, and it means the company has now raised $50 million for its series B round, which was originally disclosed in December.

Paige will use the new capital to develop the company’s diagnostic and test products for the biopharma industry while strengthening its position in clinical AI for pathologists. It is also developing the Paige platform for remote viewing and routine clinical practice.

The company said it has added David Castelblanco, managing director at Goldman Sachs, to its board. Paige CEO Leo Grady

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News & Periodical Resources on the Web

Joaquina Erdmann

 The
Library of Congress
>> Researchers

Newspaper and Current Periodical Reading Room (Serial and Government Publications Division)

  Home
>> News & Periodical
Resources



Jump to: Newspapers | Current
News
| Other News & Hybrid Lists | Periodicals

  • List of Newspapers
  • Lists of Newspapers by Country (Wikipedia)
  • NewsLink  Web
    Newspapers Worldwide
  • Newspaperindex.com
  • Onlinenewspapers.com
  • Refdesk.com
  • Associated Press
  • BBC News
  • CBC News Online (Canadian
    Broadcasting Corporation)
  • CNN.com
  • Google News
  • The Media Line the
    MidEast News Source.
  • NewsNow
  • Noovell
  • Today’s
    Front Pages
    (from the Newseum)
  • Watching America –
    translations of worldwide news items.
  • World News
  • Worldpress.org.
    Full text articles and links to foreign media by country.
  • WorldProNews
  • Yahoo! News

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  • British Library. News Information Resources.
  • Current Interests Center. Middletown Thrall Library.
  • Hometown News lists
    the smaller, more regional newspapers in addition to the big
    city newspapers sites.
  • Latin American and Mexican Online News. University of
    Texas
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Washing our hands and face is something we never think twice about. We sanitize high-touch surfaces in our household and spray disinfectants to keep germs at bay. What we don’t realize is that all of the precautionary measures we take might be easily reversed just by grabbing our phones, keys and other daily essentials.

A study conducted by the University of Arizona revealed that your cellphone is a hot spot for germs — in fact, they found that it can carry 10 times more bacteria than most toilet seats.

While you might be familiar with using disinfectant wipes to clean your phone, household furniture and stationary, another possible way to combat the germs that live on your phone (and even elsewhere in your home) is with the Germcide

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Quiet Light Brokerage

Joaquina Erdmann

Quiet Light BrokerageHome – Quiet Light Brokerage


Meet the Team
that Will Help You Sell
Your Online Business

The advisors at Quiet Light Brokerage have each bought, sold, and started their own online businesses. In fact, when you look at the collective resume of the team that will help you plan your exit, it’s almost unbelievable.

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Mark scaled an online magazine from 0 to 220,000 subscribers – in 18 months

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Bryan founded the world’s first Internet due diligence company

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Jason raised over $10 million in venture capital investment

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Amanda built a company at age 24 which was featured in the TIME magazine

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Amanda launched an affiliate business as a hobby – became top affiliate in 4 months

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Walker authored “Buy Then Build” – a #1 Bestseller in Entrepreneurship on Amazon

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Walker

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Growing Up Digital, Wired for Distraction

Joaquina Erdmann

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. — On the eve of a pivotal academic year in Vishal Singh’s life, he faces a stark choice on his bedroom desk: book or computer?

By all rights, Vishal, a bright 17-year-old, should already have finished the book, Kurt Vonnegut’s “Cat’s Cradle,” his summer reading assignment. But he has managed 43 pages in two months.

He typically favors Facebook, YouTube and making digital videos. That is the case this August afternoon. Bypassing Vonnegut, he clicks over to YouTube, meaning that tomorrow he will enter his senior year of high school hoping to see an improvement in his grades, but without having completed his only summer homework.

On YouTube, “you can get a whole story in six minutes,” he explains. “A book takes so long. I prefer the immediate gratification.”

Students have always faced distractions and time-wasters. But computers and cellphones, and the constant stream of stimuli they

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