How libraries are staying relevant

Libraries are repositioning themselves as cultural and learning centers for the digital age. Many lend out mobile hotspots, often for weeks at a time. Others offer classes in the latest tech, such as 3D printing and music-editing software. And libraries have some of the savviest social media editors around. Source: Libraries go high-tech to stay […]

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Robots are good at writing dry, technical, textbooks

Academic publisher Springer Nature has unveiled what it claims is the first research book generated using machine learning.The book, titled Lithium-Ion Batteries: A Machine-Generated Summary of Current Research, isn’t exactly a snappy read. Instead, as the name suggests, it’s a summary of peer-reviewed papers published on the topic in question. It includes quotations, hyperlinks to the work […]

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Email scheduling is coming to Gmail

G Suite’s journey began 15 years ago with the introduction of Gmail in 2004. Back then, Gmail pioneered a new and secure approach to email with 1GB of free storage and lightning-fast Google search built right in. Gmail continues to help people manage their work and personal lives with the help of useful innovations—from priority […]

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Following your passion

At what point does being an engaged, passionate, employee crossover into accepting less value for your time and efforts than you should? At what point is it actually detrimental to your health, life, and career?I don’t know that I have an answer for that. The answer is probably something personal, and different, for each of […]

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