Pay to Play

You are a talented programmer.  You've created a new video game called, My Life.  Yes, My Life is a virtual game based on the life you're living right now. Would you pay to play it? Could your game generate $2 Million in its first week?   Or would My Life become a certified flop? By July... Continue Reading →

An ISM-Free Zone?

Blitter, a new social networking app created by Patrick Francis, made its debut on October 5, 2017. The Blitter profile listed in the iTunes Store indicates: "Blitter is a social network built on love, passion, and empathy. Blitter does not condone racism, sexism, harassment, bots, or hate speech whatsoever. We are 100% independent from any investors... Continue Reading →

Oh Stewardess | Houston, We Have a Problem

but finding your way around George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) and William P. Hobby (HOU) Airports in Houston is not one. Houston airport System (Fly2Houston) will be the first in the world to offer way-finding, turn-by-turn, technology and for some travelers, the best news is no new APP is required.  Once the traveler enters one... Continue Reading →

Help Desk: Electronics Repair

Ever call your cable company for assistance and the CSR (customer service representative) asks for the equipment serial number from the back or bottom of the box? Don't unplug. Just take a photo of the sticker and recite the number. Registering new equipment? Works perfectly for those too tiny to read serial numbers too. Snap... Continue Reading →

Email Account Hacked? Once you recover your email account Keep it Private: Don't make public email addresses you use to  sign-up for online accounts.  Use a different email address  for public contact.  Also use the two-step security measure that most Email Hosting/ISP offer.  It's extra work but since we do so much online it's better... Continue Reading →

A look into the black hole known as facebook ...  My story will reveal" "You can check in, but you can't check out". Want to know more about txt fyi? here's some  background -

Katherine Johnson, Legendary Mathematician and Inspiration for the Upcoming Film Hidden Figures, Turns 98

Along with helping the United States win the Space Race for NASA, Katherine Johnson, physicist and mathematician also worked on the Space Shuttle program, the Earth Resources Satellite and plans for the mission to Mars. Hidden Figures hits theaters Jan. 13 Source: Katherine Johnson, Legendary Mathematician and Inspiration for the Upcoming Film Hidden Figures, Turns... Continue Reading →

Hidden Figures (2017) : Feature Film of the African-American Women Mathematicians at NASA

"Hidden Figures" is the story of a team of African-American women mathematicians (human computers) who were the brains behind the space race and astronaut John Glenn's 1962 orbit. Based on the book "Hidden Figures" by Margot Lee Shetterly Check out Shetterly talk at NASA Langley's YouTube channel Source :  Hidden Figures: The Story of the African-American Women Who... Continue Reading →

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