Archives for June 2013

Politics Could Pop Google’s Project Loon (Bus Week)

The Cape Lights Up!

On Friday, June 14 we celebrated the completion of the OpenCape regional, open access, fiber-optic network. Construction of over 300 miles of network is completed, serving 37 towns in ways that are both immediately needed and not yet imagined. The celebration was hosted by Massachusetts Maritime Academy, featuring Governor Deval Patrick, State Senate President Therese […]

Governor Patrick Commemorates Opening Of New Broadband Network For Cape & Islands

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The mouse you had for the old laptop should work, make sure it is turned on (underneath) and then go to the Bluetooth menu on the computer. It’s the little icon below second from the right on the menu bar. Go to Setup Device and hopefully it will find the mouse. That will get you […]

Video: Rob O’Leary talking wastewater at June 2013 First Friday

Do online courses spell the end for the traditional university? (Guardian)

Rob O’Leary on wastewater – plus new tools for finding answers

At First Friday, we learned about some games – and about the issues those games address. Chris Hanson, who teaches Applied Technology at Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School, started the ball rolling with a request for mentors. Chris is looking to start a team for the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics […]

Behind the ‘Internet of Things’ Is Android—and It’s Everywhere (Bus Week)