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  • Attorney for Supt. Deasy asks for L.A. school board emails

    Attorney for Supt. Deasy asks for L.A. school board emails
    An attorney representing Los Angeles schools Supt. John Deasy is seeking records that would explore possible links between school board members and technology vendors. The request opens a new front in the fallout over a contract between the L.A. Unified...
  • Water authority takes applications to give out 'Drop-by-Drop' mini grants

    Water authority takes applications to give out 'Drop-by-Drop' mini grants
    The Lake County Water Authority is accepting applications for its annual "Drop-by-Drop: You Make a Difference!" mini grants to promote awareness and education of freshwater-resources in Lake. Community and education grants of up to $2,000 will be...
  • Presentan el iPhone 6, el iPhone 6 Plus y el Apple Watch | FOTOS

    Presentan el iPhone 6, el iPhone 6 Plus y el Apple Watch | FOTOS
    SAN FRANCISCO - El consejero delegado de Apple, Tim Cook, presentó hoy sus nuevos iPhone 6 y iPhone 6 Plus en un evento en el Flint Center de Cupertino (California), el mismo lugar donde Apple dio a conocer el primer ordenador Mac en 1984. "Tenemos unos...
  • The bad-old days at LAUSD

    The bad-old days at LAUSD
    At L.A. Unified, tensions are high and crisis is in the air. The relationship between Supt. John Deasy and the school board that oversees him is at what is perhaps an all-time low. Deasy is again muttering about quitting; others are grumbling that he...
  • Steve Jobs limited kids' access to tech. Shouldn't we?

    Steve Jobs limited kids' access to tech. Shouldn't we?
    A major upside of sending my kids to an overcrowded, underfunded Chicago public school is the lack of technology in their classrooms. At back-to-school night last year, one parent asked my daughter's second-grade teacher, "Are there any plans to...
  • Toyota U-squared urban utility concept inspired by Maker Faire [w/video]

     
    Filed under: Concept Cars, Minivan/Van, Technology, Work, Toyota, Design/Style There's a quiet revolution happening in US cities. People want to mix an urban lifestyle with a connection to nature and appreciation for craftsmanship. The result of all of...
  • Apple intercepts Microsoft's Surface tablet NFL play

     Apple intercepts Microsoft's Surface tablet NFL play
    Microsoft Corp. thought it had scored a touchdown when it struck a multiyear deal with the NFL that would allow teams to use the company's Surface tablets during games. Too bad television announcers keep referring to the devices as iPads. The tablet...
  • I finally got my iPad to take calls like an iPhone (but it wasn't easy)

    I finally got my iPad to take calls like an iPhone (but it wasn't easy)
    Two of the neatest features I expected from Apple's new iOS 8 operating system for its mobile devices involve that old disrespected function, voice calling on the phone. One enables Wi-Fi calling on the iPhone -- the device can connect for voice calls,...
  • L.A. Unified should rescind plan to delete year-old emails

    L.A. Unified should rescind plan to delete year-old emails
    The requirement that most emails at the Los Angeles Unified School District be destroyed after one year may not be legal under California public records law. But even if it is, it's a terrible policy. The emails that are now under so much scrutiny —...
  • Isle of Wight Fair committee unveils new agriculture education building at fairground

    Isle of Wight Fair committee unveils new agriculture education building at fairground
    ISLE OF WIGHT — Over a few days earlier this week, a permanent structure quickly took shape on the county fairgrounds amid the sea of festival tents and carnival rides. A corrugated metal cylinder 36 feet in diameter now stands on the Joel C....
  • Should L.A. schools be run like businesses? Here's what new UTLA chief Alex Caputo-Pearl says

     Should L.A. schools be run like businesses? Here's what new UTLA chief Alex Caputo-Pearl says
    It's a funny world, and a small one. Alex Caputo-Pearl, the new head of United Teachers Los Angeles, went to school in the same Maryland school district where John Deasy, superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District, was once superintendent....