Archives: Technology

Drones: Applications and Legal Questions

Farmers and filmmakers see exciting potential in Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, or drones. But the FAA claims they are unsafe and violate the civil air-space. Until those questions are decided, drones will continue to occupy the skies. This hour we’ll talk about the applications for drone technology, and implications for freedom of speech and privacy.

Drones: Applications and Legal Questions

Farmers and filmmakers see exciting potential in Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, or drones. But the FAA claims they are unsafe and violate the civil air-space. Until those questions are decided, drones will continue to occupy the skies. This hour we’ll talk about the applications for drone technology, and implications for freedom of speech and privacy.

Tech Tuesday: Driverless Car Law, Drone Journalism, Gadgets

Cars that drive themselves and drones that bring us the news may seem like things you’d see in a science fiction movie, but they are very real in today’s society. On this week’s Tech Tuesday, we’ll look at how new technologies are standing up to established laws and catch up on the latest gadgets.

Smart Cities: How Technology Will Shape Our Urban Spaces

We live in an era of urbanization: More people live in cities and cell phones outnumber landlines. In his book, urban planning expert Anthony M. Townsend explores the people and forces that change technology and city design and how they’re related. This hour, we’ll discuss how technology follows human settlement and what it means for the future.

Smart Cities: How Technology Will Shape Our Urban Spaces

We live in an era of urbanization: More people live in cities and cell phones outnumber landlines. In his book, urban planning expert Anthony M. Townsend explores the people and forces that change technology and city design and how they’re related. This hour, we’ll discuss how technology follows human settlement and what it means for the future.

STEM Programs and the Shortage of Future Scientists and Engineers

Recent reports show that we have a shortage in students majoring in the the STEM areas: science, technology, engineering and mathematics. But why? What’s the problem? And how are high schools and universities working to combat the issue?

STEM Programs and the Shortage of Future Scientists and Engineers

Recent reports show that we have a shortage in students majoring in the the STEM areas: science, technology, engineering and mathematics. But why? What’s the problem? And how are high schools and universities working to combat the issue?

Tech Tuesday: Changes to Facebook

Facebook is always changing. The most recent changes, mostly to privacy settings, are getting mixed reviews. How do you feel about them? Later, we’ll talk about the best energy-saving light bulbs on the market.

Ohio Third Frontier Program

State Issue 1, a proposed constitutional amendment to renew the Ohio Third Frontier Program to promote economic growth through high-tech research and business innovation

We Still Need Librarians

Libraries as an essential place for innovators, activists, and pioneers, and the importance of librarians in a digital age