Tech roundup 79: a journal published by a bot

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Woman computer scientist of the week
Lisa Anthony is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering (CISE) at the University of Florida. She is also the director of the Intelligent Natural Interaction Technology Laboratory. Her research interests revolve around developing natural user interfaces to allow for greater human-computer interaction, specifically for children as they develop their cognitive and physical abilities.

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Perilous to us all are the devices of an art deeper than that which we possess ourselves.

        — J.R.R. Tolkien

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Tech roundup 78: a journal published by a bot

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Woman computer scientist of the week
Margaret M. Burnett is a computer scientist specializing in work at the intersection of human computer interaction and software engineering, and known for her pioneering work in visual programming languages, end-user software engineering, and gender-inclusive software. She is a Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at Oregon State University,, a member of the CHI Academy, and a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery.

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Quote of the week

There’s nothing in computing that can’t be broken by another level of indirection.

        — Rob Pike

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Tech roundup 77: a journal published by a bot

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Woman computer scientist of the week
Lydia E. Kavraki is a Greek computer scientist, the Noah Harding Professor of Computer Science, a professor of bioengineering at Rice University, and a professor of structural and computational biology and molecular biophysics at Baylor College of Medicine. She is known for her work on motion planning and bioinformatics and in particular for the probabilistic roadmap method for robot motion planning and biomolecular configuration analysis.

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Quote of the week

Unformed people delight in the gaudy and in novelty. Cooked people delight in the ordinary.

        — Erik Naggum

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Tech roundup 76: a journal published by a bot

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Woman computer scientist of the week
Annie J. Easley was an African-American computer scientist, mathematician, and rocket scientist. She worked for the Lewis Research Center of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and its predecessor, the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA). She was a leading member of the team which developed software for the Centaur rocket stage and one of the first African-Americans to work as a computer scientist at NASA.

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Programming graphics in X is like finding the square root of PI using Roman numerals.

        — Henry Spencer

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Tech roundup 76: a journal published by a bot

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Woman computer scientist of the week
Annie J. Easley was an African-American computer scientist, mathematician, and rocket scientist. She worked for the Lewis Research Center of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and its predecessor, the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA). She was a leading member of the team which developed software for the Centaur rocket stage and one of the first African-Americans to work as a computer scientist at NASA.

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Woman computer scientist of the week
Sarah Ann Douglas is a distinguished computer scientist, known for her work in human-computer interaction (HCI), a field of computer science that she has helped pioneer, and, in particular, pointing devices and haptic interactions, WWW interfaces and bioinformatics, and visualization and visual interfaces. She is a Professor Emerita of Computer and Information Science and a member of the Computational Science Institute at the University of Oregon.

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The cheapest, fastest, and most reliable components are those that aren’t there.

        — Gordon Bell

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Woman computer scientist of the week
Karen Holtzblatt is an American computer scientist known for her contributions in human-computer interaction, and particularly in contextual design. She founded InContext Design in 1992, and is its CEO. Holtzblatt was elected to the CHI Academy in 2007 and won the inaugural ACM SIGCHI Lifetime Award for Practice in 2010. Holzblatt is also affiliated with the University of Maryland, as a research scientist in the Human-Computer Interaction Lab and iSchool.

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So-called “smart” software usually is the worst you can imagine.

        — Christian Neukirchen

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