Paul Glen has been observing the interactions of geek and non-geeks for years, gaining insights along the way about the ways that their differences can cause them to work at cross-purposes or simply misunderstand each other’s motives. We have gathered here several of his columns in which he tries to help the two sides bridge the gap that separates them.
Videoconferencing is gaining in popularity as companies seek to save time and money and boost collaboration. Whether you’re an on-site presenter or distant participant, here’s how to do a remote meeting right.
Cornell University researchers presented “You Can Run, You Can Hide: The Epidemiology and Statistical Mechanics of Zombies” and created a zombie susceptibility map, Zombie-town USA, which simulates a zombie infestation based on how diseases spread in real life.