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Talk Title: Electronics for Behavioral Health Corresponding event website http://hyperwellbeing.com/2016/ Next event November 09-10, Mountain View, CA, see http://hyperwellbeing.com/2017/ Follow Hyper Wellbeing on Twitter: http://twitter.com/hyperwellbeing Subscribe to Hyper Wellbeing newsletter: eepurl.com/b71fdr Visit Hyper Wellbeing blog: http://hyperwellbeing.com/blog Subscribe to YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/hyperwellbeing Recorded 15th November 2016 at the Computer History Museum (1401 N. Shoreline Blvd. Mountain View, CA 94043).
Learn about Mountainview College @ Binghamton University STEAM Learning Community and new makerspace, the STEAM Room. Where Science, technology, engineering, art and math blend into an actual space where students can make electronics, robotics, art, music, textiles, CAD, Adobe and much more!
Meet Karishma Shah (Google), Diana Trujillo (JPL), Kim Hunter (Aclima), Hillary Hartley (18F), Aniyia Williams (Tinsel) in conversation with Natalie Villalobos of Women Techmakers, to discuss their challenges and triumphs as leaders, and their tips and tricks for success. You can learn more about Women Techmakers at WomenTechmakers.com and by visiting us on Twitter (@WomenTechmakers). Subscribe to the Google Developers channel here! http://goo.gl/mQyv5L
On August 28, 2015, at Moffett Federal Airfield in Mountain View, Calif., Secretary of Defense, Ash Carter and The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) awarded FlexTech Alliance a Cooperative Agreement to establish and manage a Manufacturing Innovation Institute (MII) for Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE MII). The award is for $75 million in federal funding over a five-year period and is being matched by more than $96 million in cost sharing from non-federal sources, including the City of San Jose, private companies, universities, several U.S. states, and not-for-profit organizations. FlexTech Alliance’s winning proposal results in the first of seven MIIs to be headquartered on the West Coast.
Click for the CNET article - http://cnet.co/1GdQjkh The tech giant beefs up its Silicon Valley presence with a 1.1-million-square-foot office in San Jose, California, that will house research and development and sales operations for its US semiconductor business. In addition to labs and work spaces, the building has several gardens, a mini-golf course and nap rooms.
For the first time in its 120 year history, the BBC Proms welcomed Radio 1 to turn the hallowed Royal Albert Hall in to the euphoric madness of Ibiza. Pete Tong, Jules Buckley and the Heritage Orchestra transformed dance classics in to orchestral masterpieces with the help of John Newman and Ella Eyre.
Relive the madness and be indulged into the Tomorrowland magic once again... During the magical weekend of 27, 28 and 29 July 2012 more than 180,000 visitors attended one of the most beautiful and talked about festivals in world. The 8th edition of Tomorrowland was one that would never be forgotten. An amazing festival, a magic location, wonderful decor, more than 400 artists and by far the best public in the world! You can relive all of this now with the Tomorrowland after movie 2012. Yesterday is History, Today is a Gift, Tomorrow is Mystery... Tracklist Tomorrowland Aftermovie 01. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike vs Sander Van Doorn - Project T (The Tomorrowland Intro) 02. Pendulum - The Island (Buy: http://itunes.apple.com/album/immersion/id419852091) 03. Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike & Wo...
Silicon Valley is known worldwide as the global center of high tech innovation. In large part, the spark that ignited Silicon Valley's explosive growth can be traced back to a 50 year-old dispute that occurred in the building at 391 San Antonio Road, Mountain View, California. In the 1950s William Shockley was considered a "God" in the electronics world. He led the Bell Labs team that invented the transistor in 1948. With funding from Arnold Beckman -- a wealthy scientist-businessman -- Shockley established the Shockley Semiconductor Laboratory in 1955. Shockley went against Beckman's recommendation to set up in southern California, near Beckman's own company, and established the lab in a former Quonset hut at 391 San Antonio. Shockley's disruptive management style eventually forced ei...
Nathan Seidle, the CEO of SparkFun Electronics visits Google in Mountain View. SparkFun Electronics was founded in 2003 by Nathan Seidle. Its first products were Olimex printed circuit boards. The name 'SparkFun' came about because one of the founders of SparkFun was testing a development board, and sparks flew out; Fun was chosen because the company's self-stated aim is to educate people about electronics. On Jan 7, 2010 SparkFun gave away $100,000 worth of merchandise during "SparkFun Free Day", where each customer had a chance to get $100 worth of free items. This popular event lasted 1 hour 44 minutes and 47 seconds.
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Watch the entire Google I/O Keynote here. Some highlights include the new messaging app Allo, the Video calling app Duo, the latest in Developer Platform innovation with Firebase, What's new in Android N, Android Wear 2.0 updates, and Android Instant Run.
[Recorded: July 24, 2014] In today’s world of Google, Facebook, and Twitter, the digital age has all but forgotten its beginnings and the man who created the device upon which all of these empires rested, the scientist behind two of the greatest inventions of the last century. Once hailed as the “Mayor of Silicon Valley,” Robert Noyce and his colleagues, the "Traitorous Eight,” sparked the technological revolution that we are still reaping the rewards from today. Noyce would eventually go on to cofound Intel, one of the most valuable companies in the world. Now, in his comprehensive and entertaining new book, The Intel Trinity: How Robert Noyce, Gordon Moore, and Andy Grove Built the World’s Most Important Company, well-connected and trusted technology writer Michael S. Malone brings to li...
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Steve Jobs, the American businessman and technology visionary who is best known as the co-founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Apple Inc, was born on February 24, 1955. His parents were two University of Wisconsin graduate students, Joanne Carole Schieble and Syrian-born Abdulfattah Jandali. They were both unmarried at the time. Jandali, who was teaching in Wisconsin when Steve was born, said he had no choice but to put the baby up for adoption because his girlfriend's family objected to their relationship. The baby was adopted at birth by Paul Reinhold Jobs (1922–1993) and Clara Jobs (1924–1986). Later, when asked about his "adoptive parents," Jobs replied emphatically that Paul and Clara Jobs "were my parents." He stated in his authorized biography that they "were my parent...
Talk Title: Electronics for Behavioral Health Corresponding event website http://hyperwellbeing.com/2016/ Follow Hyper Wellbeing on Twitter: http://twitter.com/hyperwellbeing Subscribe to Hyper Wellbeing newsletter: eepurl.com/b71fdr Visit Hyper Wellbeing blog: http://hyperwellbeing.com/blog Subscribe to YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/hyperwellbeing Recorded 14th November 2016 at the Computer History Museum (1401 N. Shoreline Blvd. Mountain View, CA 94043).