Yes, Virginia, we are smart in the coalfields but did you know our schools consistently place in the top three brackets in forensics, robotics, and the arts in statewide competitions. Frank Kilgore explains …
The ‘World Economic Forum’ anticipates that 10% of global GDP will be stored on the blockchain by 2025. That means the global executives out there are preparing for this seismic shift, and are ready to completely back its implementation.
The 2018-20 Virginia budget signed by Gov. Ralph Northam today includes $25 million for the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative that will leverage public institutions of higher education to build an ecosystem of cyber-related research, education, and engagement to position Virginia as a world leader in cybersecurity at the confluence with data analytics, machine learning, and autonomous systems.
There are hundreds of things, if not more, that have to be decided on daily. Some decisions are important, but most are trivial. Unfortunately, studies have shown that as humans, our capacity to consistently make well thought out decisions is finite, explains LinkedIn Writer Vincent Carlos.
Fortune reports, there’s a lot of hype about turning property into digital tokens and trading it on a blockchain—but so far no one is actually doing it. That’s going to change this year, says “PayPal Mafia” member David Sacks, and the first thing we’ll trade are real estate tokens.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam will speak at the third annual SWVA Economic Forum, set Thursday, May 17, 2018 at the David J. Prior Convocation Center at the University of Virginia’s College at Wise.
7 Traits of Super-Productive People Is there someone on your team who seems unusually productive? Someone who gets a huge amount done — without working longer hours? Harvard Business Review Super-productive people are in every industry. The most productive software developers write nine times more usable code per day than the average developer, according to research by Michael…
“All the way to the end, Virginia Tech pressed us hard, they pushed us, they never made it easy. One thing it taught me was until you finish something completely, you’re never done,” Grizzard said.
Remember when Xerox became so ingrained in office culture, the company’s name became a verb?
In 1959 Xerox began the death of the carbon copy paper industry when it introduced the photo copy machine …
South Dakota has a message for Wayfair… “You’ve got just what I need!” On January 12th the United States Supreme Court agreed to hear South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., Overstock.com, Inc., and Newegg, Inc.