The rubric for the Digital Project is up! Click the link below to view the rubric to evaluate your own project and to revise it before submission: Digital Project Rubric
Here’s a really cool example of photojournalism from The Atlantic on what the Internet Looks Like that inadvertently features many of the workers that make the cloud and the Internet possible. Great images. http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2016/01/in-photos-inside-the-internet/422592/
Unfortunately, when I (and a bunch of students) arrived at the library this morning, we discovered that all of the power was out (lights, networks, wifi, etc.) so I made the executive decision to cancel class. Our servers appear to be down still, so I was not able to send out an email. Although class is cancelled, your Read more about Announcement: Wednesday Class Cancelled!!![…]
Many thanks to Brad Fidler (Department Computer Science, Kleinrock Center) for hosting our students on a recent trip to UCLA! Students learned about and observed the history of the history of the ARPANET, the backbone of the early Internet, and the labor that made that network possible. Following the Kleinrock Center, students met archivist Heather Briston Read more about Kleinrock Center of Internet History[…]
I’m reposting the comment I sent out as part of an email yesterday here as I’ve been getting additional recommendations and some of your peers (thanks, McKayla and Shane) have made suggestions as well. This space can then be used to post your blog posts, as well as for me to make announcements. This will Read more about High Frequency Trading Follow-up[…]
January 21, screening of Alex Rivera’s sci fi film critique of virtual labor.
January 8th film screening of Top Secret Rosies: The Female Computers of WWII.
Friday. January 18th, we’ll be visiting UCLA and receiving a tour of the first node of ARPANET, as well as viewing materials in the Kleinrock Archive.