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bhphotovideo.comPodcast: FrankencamerasWe took our mics to a basement laboratory on East 30 Street, in Manhattan, where legend tells of a scientist and his colleague who perform ungodly experiments, attempting to bring subjects long considered dead back to life. What we found rattled the nerves of even our steely host Allan Weitz, and brought us to a new consideration of what can be done when modern Prometheans fuse technologies from diverse eras to create extraordinary tools for their photographic purposes.
theslot.jezebel.comChimamanda Ngozi Adichie Wants to Know Why Hillary Clinton's Twitter Bio Leads With 'Wife'Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie interviewed Hillary Clinton at a PEN World Voices Festival lecture at the Cooper Union in Manhattan on Sunday night, and she took the opportunity to confront the former Democratic presidential candidate with something that was bothering her. Why, with all of Clinton’s career accomplishments, did her Twitter bio primarily identify her as a “Wife”?
splinternews.comJames Comey Is Not the Media's FriendFormer FBI Director James Comey has seemingly attempted to set a record for most book tour interviews in the shortest time. His publicity campaign for A Higher Loyalty has included sitdowns with NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, NPR, the New York Times, and even theSkimm. “I don’t crave to be known,” he said at a live taping of the New Yorker Radio Hour podcast last night. He then schlepped a few blocks north in Manhattan to appear on The Rachel Maddow Show.
theedadvocate.orgSmart Strategies for Campus IT Support - The EdvocateSpread the loveManhattan College and Western Kentucky University are saving time and money while delivering better IT support. Here’s how. By Dennis Pierce Hiring and retaining qualified IT staff and providing adequate user support are among the top priorities for campus IT leaders this year, according to the latest Campus Computing Project survey. But there are some key challenges standing in the way of these goals. For instance, three-fourths of campus leaders say their IT salaries are not competitive with the private sector—and only 10% say their technology training for students is excellent. Manhattan College and Western Kentucky University are …