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Advancing Adoption Of Digital Twin Expertise

IT workers can concentrate on fields corresponding to software program development; software administration; hardware elements; server, storage or network administration; network architecture; and more Computer & Technology. Many companies search IT professionals with blended or overlapping talent sets. IT is generally related to the application of technology to take care of enterprise points.

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Digital adventure Bottle Works, Penguin Court to host nature, conservation expo

Feb. 20—Bottle Works and Penguin Court, a Preserve of Brandywine Conservancy, will present NatureWorks Environmental Expo virtually from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 6.

Presentations will be live-streamed on the Bottle Work’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/bottleworksethnicartscenter.

For each presentation, attendees will be able to ask questions through the Facebook chat.

For the past four years, Bottle Works has welcomed more than 25 conservation-themed groups and agencies, showcasing all there

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Column: Need Wi-Fi? How San Diego’s libraries are bridging the digital divide

Even before they shut down last March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of San Diego’s libraries were always about more than books. So when the city announced on March 14 that it would be closing the Central Library and its 35 branch libraries, staff members worked hard and fast to get their many resources to the patrons who could not get to them.

There were “Stay-In-Storytime” readings on

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To Thrive, Our Democracy Needs Digital Public Infrastructure

America is emerging from the 2020 presidential election close to a social breaking point. While we occupy the same physical terrain, the countries Joe Biden and Donald Trump supporters imagine and see online have never been further apart.

As Biden looks to rebuild America’s infrastructure and bring the country back together, he should consider a visionary project that could do both: the reinvention of the digital public squares currently hosted

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Digital era calls for managers to don several hats in post-COVID world; vaccine is not sole requirement



a blurry image of a person: Global thinkers predict that work from home and learn from home will become permanent features of the future on account of the social distancing practices.


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Global thinkers predict that work from home and learn from home will become permanent features of the future on account of the social distancing practices.

Do you recall ‘Stanley Ipkiss’ the lead character in the movie ‘The Mask’ (1994, Jim Carey)? He would, on wearing a mask, experience his inner feelings and desires and express them out in the real world. From looting a

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‘Upload’ offers a familiar digital future. But the details make it disturbingly funny

Robbie Amell is living in a digital afterlife, with Andy Allo as his customer service representative in the Amazon Prime comedy "Upload." <span class="copyright">(Katie Yu/Amazon Studios)</span>
Robbie Amell is living in a digital afterlife, with Andy Allo as his customer service representative in the Amazon Prime comedy “Upload.” (Katie Yu/Amazon Studios)

Greg Daniels, who developed the American version of “The Office” and co-created “Parks and Recreation” — which translates as “never has to work again and can rest comfortably on his laurels” — has instead created a new series, “Upload,” streaming now on Amazon Prime. (For

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