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When COVID-19 Brings Depression

There are days when it is hard to get out of bed. When you feel like all the energy has drained out of your body. You know that when you
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Kids, Kindness, and Coding

Although there are many activities that can teach children how to solve problems and play nice, why not try something new? It should be assumed that most jobs in the
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‘Westworld’ Horses Gone Wild

There are the heartwarming stories. Like Stewie, the robot horse created by senior mechanical engineering students at Rice University. Stewie was created to provide hippotherapy, the use of horseback riding as
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Reconciliation for British Columbia’s Indigenous Peoples Through Tech Equality

Indigenous communities across Canada face systemic exclusion from digital and connected technologies; some are stuck with dial-up or no internet access at all. They have been treated as less than
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Data for Good: Helping Over 800 Foster Kids Eligible for Adoption in Florida

Persons interested in adopting a foster child in Florida can now register for Family-Match, a revolutionary adoption matching site that utilizes algorithms similar to online dating sites. From their website: “Family-Match
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Don’t Fear the Reaper: The Stewardship of Death

When everyone’s whole life is a near-death experience, why is it so hard to talk about end-of-life planning? Friends and family members who have lost someone close to them should
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For Science! Intrepid Gamer Community Discovers Six New Neuron Types

Princeton University’s innovative Seung Lab has combined the strength of crowdsourcing and the gamer community to make breakthrough discoveries and create vast troves of information about how ganglion cells work. From the Eyewire
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New VR Tech Tackles Inclusion

The Association for Computing Machinery’s CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems is coming up in May and I look forward to it every year. It spotlights the best tech that
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Plants Can Talk – We Would Be Wise to Listen

Plant neurobiology has only begun to be accepted as a legitimate study in the last decade, and major discoveries are already being made. When we begin to look at the
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Xbox Powers up Its Ethics with New Adaptive Controller

In the past, technology was developed under the assumption that all its users were able-bodied, sighted, and able to hear. Now, many tech companies are finding that it pays to
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Churches as Tech Community Centers

Automation anxiety is real. According to a recent Pew survey, 72 percent of Americans
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Can Eating a Plant-Based Diet Save the World?

There are many reasons that people choose to eat a primarily plant-based diet.
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Adapt or Die: How to Future-Proof Your Church

How churches engage in ministry is changing more rapidly than ever before. The continued exponential growth of technology, global collaboration and growing disruptions caused by these developments will only continue to force ministries to adapt or die. Here are several ways that you can begin to “future-proof” your church.
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