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Intel's Diane Bryant Talks Data Centers and Diversity (Full Video)

Diane Bryant has worked at Intel since graduating from college in 1985. In those years, she’s done a lot and seen a lot.

As the semiconductor giant’s senior vice president and head of its data center business unit, she oversees more than $14 billion in annual revenue, mostly from selling chips for servers and supercomputers. 251 more words

Enterprise

Man made the car...

Man made the car,

So he could travel.

Man made boats and ships,

So he could cross the seas.

Man made the plane,

So he could get there faster. 51 more words

Dpchallenge

Help Bani Amor Get to VONA '15!

It’s that time of the year again. I got accepted into the VONA/Voices workshop for the second time, the country’s only multi-genre workshop for writers of color. 109 more words

Travel Writing

All New Spider-Man (In With the Old)

In a statement that surprised nobody, Kevin Feige confirmed that the new Spider-Man will be Peter Parker.

I typed that sentence on April 15th.  Then, I got a message that my father had died.   190 more words

Movies

Welcome.

Hello South Africa. We are Rainbow.

In the aftermath of the State of the Nation and the recent xenophobic attacks, some of us are scared. Some of us are angry. 291 more words

South Africa

Bubble that bursts

Filter bubble is the worst thing that a human mind (and as a result, human civilization) can experience, however it is not alone a google/internet phenomena. 26 more words

Reflections

The Kidney Hypothetical: Or How to Ruin Your Life in Seven Days by Lisa Yee

The Kidney Hypothetical: Or How to Ruin Your Life in Seven Days by Lisa Yee
Levine, 2015.

I am a big fan of Lisa Yee’s Millicent Min trilogy, and this is another excellent, and somewhat darker and more complex, novel about how kids deal with parental expectations and obligations, and how this can distort their view of themselves. 347 more words

Fiction