Technology Today

I write the weekly “Technology Today” column for the Florida Today newspaper, which is published by Gannett. The column appears every Friday in the Business section of the paper.

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2014 Columns

  • Looking back at 2014’s hacks, fracks, setbacks (Dec. 26)
  • Santa's every move can be tracked online (Dec. 19)
  • Let there be light, let there be sound (Dec. 12)
  • Technology assists those with disabilities (Dec. 5)
  • Tech adds to movie thrills (Nov. 28)
  • What to do with the constant junk email (Nov. 21)
  • When long arms aren’t enough for your selfie (Nov. 14)
  • Platform shoes are gone, should voting machines go next? (Nov. 7)
  • World is scary enough with viruses, terrorism (Oct. 31)
  • Brevard can foster tech-savvy startups (Oct. 24)
  • For a really big job, find a crowd to help (Oct. 17)
  • Automated exam scoring limits what students can demonstrate (Oct. 10)
  • It bears repeating, tech isn’t always the answer (Oct. 3)
  • Mobility complicates and simplifies business (Sept. 26)
  • Make work like play? Some see the benefits (Sept. 19)
  • Apple, U2 on the edge of new music-biz model (Sept. 12)
  • Two simple things would make iPhone 6 awesome (Sept. 5)
  • Basic intelligence aids robot in a clean sweep (Aug. 29)
  • ‘What if’ remains a crucial question (Aug. 22)
  • Here’s a thought: New links coming for man, machine (Aug. 15)
  • Teleportation could energize travel someday (Aug. 8)
  • What becomes of us when artificial life takes hold? (Aug. 1)
  • Robots are nothing to fear, or are they? (July 25)
  • High-tech ideas would be a sight for sore eyes (July 18)
  • ‘Tube’ meets challenge of integration (July 11)
  • Jet-rocket car serves as supersonic learning tool (July 4)
  • Now-ubiquitous UPC bar code hits big 4-0 (June 27)
  • Advances adding to viewing experience for World Cup fans (June 13)
  • Conference could lead to IT advances (June 6)
  • As summer opens, so should these books (May 30)
  • It’s time science helps more with hanging art (May 23)
  • Is it on? Pools and spas are remarkable in complexity (May 16)
  • Certified testing builds confidence (May 9)
  • Metered Internet use makes some sense (May 2)
  • ‘Michelin Guide’ still is useful, but mostly we’ve moved past it (April 25)
  • Software designers face humdrum life at work (April 18)
  • Where’s the outrage over faulty software? (April 11)
  • Lots of thought later, new laptop is just right (April 4)
  • The M in STEM meant music at KSC concert (March 28)
  • Agile programmers help ensure crucial testing successful (March 21)
  • Oh, how technology has changed during the past 50 years (March 14)
  • Bitcoin isn’t reliable as form of currency (March 7)
  • TV free from cords, boxes? Life is good for this viewer (Feb. 28)
  • More needs to be done to protect our personal data (Feb. 21)
  • Technology can keep you closer to loved ones (Feb. 14)
  • Microsoft, Facebook pass major milestones (Feb. 7)
  • Can software predict which books will sell? (Jan. 31)
  • Kindle turns self-publishing on its head (Jan. 24)
  • An agile approach makes a lot of sense (Jan. 17)
  • Apple-free CES is still a hit (Jan. 10)
  • Roadblocks changing the radio station (Jan. 3)