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Digital Public Library Of America Launches

How the newly-launched online library builds off the work of public libraries, museums and archives and creates exciting new possibilities for researchers, programmers and curious minds.

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Competition For Athletic Fields And Facilities

With growing numbers of children and adults joining sports leagues, the competition for a place to play is fierce. Kojo explores local efforts to share limited field space among leagues, schools and the public.

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Digital Public Library Of America Launches

How the newly-launched online library builds off the work of public libraries, museums and archives and creates exciting new possibilities for researchers, programmers and curious minds.

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Electronic And Biometric ID

The new immigration reform bill raises questions about personal identification. Tech Tuesday looks at how other countries are using smart chips and fingerprint scans for ID and how they might work here.

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'Fiber Cities' And Broadband Communities

Kojo looks at the landscape of community broadband and the implications of high-profile projects like Google Fiber.

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Personal Cybersecurity

Are your passwords hack-proof? Is your computer free of malware? Tech Tuesday explores personal cybersecurity and the dangers that lurk online.

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Technology In The Car

Tech Tuesday examines how technology in cars is changing the way we drive.

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From :) To GIFs: Expressing Ourselves With Images Online

Tech Tuesday explores the history, function and future of GIFs and emoticons as a means of communication and their place in the tech lexicon.

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Tech Tuesday: The Debate Over Telework

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer sparked an uproar when she said employees can no longer work at home. Tech Tuesday examines the hardware and software tools -- and the pros and cons -- of telework.

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Tracking Chinese Hackers

New reports of Chinese hackers attacking U.S. computers prompt questions about how we know who's after our data and what we can do about it.

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