Apple & Microsoft product announcements & the death of Vine
This episode is coming out pretty late… so most of the news being covered in Alan and Chess’ discussion is no longer “news”. But feel free to jump in the time machine and hear what they had to say about some important tech topics before they became no longer relevant… the Apple/FBI/iPhone controversy, the March 2016 Apple Event and what to expect, experiments with VR and Google Glasses, Tesla, and much more. And, as always, Alan and Chess share their tech picks of the month.
Your panelists: Chess Hoyle (Twitter: @chesshoyle, www.aisle7studios.com), Alan Jackson (Twitter: @alanjackson, www.jginteractive.com)
Chess: Flowstate – Overman
Allan: Gridblock – PulseFix LLC
Mike Hall is back with a discussion about family. Everyone’s got one – all a little different… crazy aunts, wise grandpas, annoying sisters, nosey parents? What are the struggles you face with your family? In part one of two, Mike welcomes group of teens to discuss how you handle the stress that family can place upon all of us. Mike is speaking about family relationships… are you listening?
Running time: 35 minutes
As usual, the Education Matters team addresses the major topics in Catawba County education. Join us this episode as we welcome Dr. Garrett Hinshaw, President of CVCC, Dr. William Hart, Superintendent, Hickory Public Schools, and Dr. David Stegall, Associate Superintendent, Newton-Conover Schools to the microphones. The guests today have a vested interest in the future of education and feel a lot depends on the community involvement through local businesses. The importance of partnerships along with technology, and the unique opportunity we have to offer access for all students through multiple types of learning environments makes for some interesting conversation! Don’t miss this powerful episode!