Tech Harmful to Education Say Some Tech Execs

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Technology is our future, and kids are our future. So kids need technology in schools, right? Not according to some of the top tech executives in Silicon Valley. A New York Times profile of the Waldorf School of the Peninsula in Silicon Valley showed that counterintuitively, many of the top technology executives in the world believe […]

Introducing the Research Life Podcast

Research Life Podcast

I’m proud to announce a new feature at Research Access:  the Research Life Podcast. The subtitle of the Research Life Podcast is “Where Data Meets Life.”  In each episode, we’ll feature several examples of interesting news stories relating to data and/or survey results and talk about them.  The idea is to have a fun discussion […]

Health 2.0 Goes to Washington

This conference will be a first-of-its kind opportunity for government leaders, trade associations, policy makers and the media to meet the leading innovators from the Health 2.0 community and share visions and practical solutions that will shape the future of health care. View the agenda and registration information (free for federal employees).

7 unanswered questions about Google TV

On Thursday at the Google I/O conference the company announced their Google TV platform. It’s a technology that will be built into TVs, set-top boxes, Blu-ray players, and other devices that will allow people to do things like use Google Search to find videos from the Web and whoever your channel service provider is, as […]