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If cellphone carriers were to apply the same principles and open their frequencies, reduce their equipment subsidies by going to simpler, open architecture devices, do a lot more offload, and be multi-modal, wireless would indeed give fiber a run for its money. – Michael Elling, It’s fascinating to think about how we got the… | The Slow Hunch (via nickgrossman)
In 2010, only 19,390 students in the United States out of some 14 million took the Computer Science Advanced Placement test. This number represents only 0.6% of all AP tests taken that year. This at a time when five of the top ten fastest growing jobs will be in a computer related field and two of the top three top bachelors salaries are in computer science and engineering.

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The Tangential presents: FUTURE CITIES Release Party and Twin Cities Tumblr Meetup




We’re excited to announce that our Future Cities book release party will be sponsored by Tumblr. Where would we be without Tumblr? That’s too scary to think about. It’ll also be sponsored by our publisher, Hillcrest Media.

Please join us at the Nomad World Pub in Minneapolis on February 27th for a book release party and Tumblr meetup. For just $10 you’ll get entry, a copy of the book, and a free drink ticket while supplies last.

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