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  • Longtime recreation leader runs popular after-school program

    Longtime recreation leader runs popular after-school program
    The dozens of children who spend their after-school hours at the Stanton Community Center in downtown Annapolis can find help with homework, or a game of basketball. They get a bag lunch and assistance from a friendly group of volunteers. But the most...
  • Dennis Ritchie dies at 70; computer scientist helped develop Unix

    Dennis Ritchie dies at 70; computer scientist helped develop Unix
    Dennis Ritchie, a computer scientist who wrote the popular C programming language and helped develop the Unix operating system, has died. He was 70. Ritchie died a month after his birthday, according to his biography on a Web page of Alcatel-Lucent's...
  • School Board Election Q & A with the Candidates

    School Board Election Q & A with the Candidates
    A diverse field of four candidates — including a 20-year-old Princeton University student and a La CaƱada Unified matriarch — has made the 2011 school board election the most exciting in recent memory. The campaign has been fueled by hot-...
  • Chicago Forward: Innovation -- the preview Q&A

    Chicago Forward: Innovation -- the preview Q&A
    Innovation is much on Chicago's mind. It was the driving beat behind Social Media Week, Chicago Ideas Week, and our Trib Nation community conversation a few weeks ago. It's also the subject of our Chicago Forward: Innovation forum on Tuesday, Nov. 15....
  • River Hill team hoping for repeat in international robotics competition

    River Hill team hoping for repeat in international robotics competition
    When students in River Hill High School's Advanced Computer Science classes entered a worldwide high school robotics competition last year that involved programming International Space Station satellites, they figured their chances of winning were...
  • Obama, Romney miss the elephant in the room

    Obama, Romney miss the elephant in the room
    The unemployment rate has been stuck above 8 percent for months. President Barack Obama continues to blame the moribund economy on President George W. Bush while claiming that he has created 4.5 million jobs. Republican challenger Mitt Romney announces...
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  • Picking the lock: Hotel-room hacks

    Picking the lock: Hotel-room hacks
    LAST MONTH Cody Brocious, a software developer for Mozilla, the company that makes the Firefox web browser, appeared at a hacking conference in Las Vegas to demonstrate a security flaw in hotel-room locks manufactured by a company called Onity. Mr...
  • Vocus tackles digital marketing, hires hundreds

    Vocus tackles digital marketing, hires hundreds
    Vocus Inc. is hiring hundreds of people, betting big that it will become a leading digital marketing firm for small and medium-sized businesses. The Beltsville-based technology company is on track to hire around 500 people this year at its headquarters...
  • Stephen R. Krause, software designer

    Stephen R. Krause, a software designer and inventor, died Friday at Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital from respiratory failure on his 76th birthday. Mr. Krause was born in Baltimore and raised in Forest Park. He was a 1955 graduate of Park...
  • Boundless opportunities exist in the computer science, info tech fields

    What was true 10 years ago is still true today: computer science and information technology are good fields to enter. What has changed is why people enter these fields and what they can do within the field has greatly expanded. Matthew Bauer, senior...