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      amychojnacki
      I agree with many of my fellow students in regards to the Programming Languages of the future likely being Python, Java, C++ due to their versatility and ease of use. Python being used to create sites such as YouTube, Spotify, Google, Instagram …
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      amychojnacki
      I like the direction of your debate in relation to the changing of roles and responsibilities. In my fiance's workplace they call it "lean manufacturing" and it's all about the utilization of as much of a person's time to get the most out of the …
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      amychojnacki
      After watching the 2 video’s and listening to the presenters of the content, I pondered over the information.  At first, I was irritated about the idea of a minimized workforce.  [i]Considering that many of the jobs that are taken by high school …
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      amychojnacki
      I can relate to your post on a personal level. My 2 year old has been navigating her tablet on the internet for about 9 months now. She's learned a large number of songs and even enjoys dancing to them as they play. She doesn't get to stray too far …
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      amychojnacki
      I agree with your concern about the kill switch and the implications behind the actions if taken. It's been speculated that Millions of dollars could be lost my internet dependent companies. The lack of the ability to communicate with family …
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      amychojnacki
      I surmise that the Government does have the capacity to hinder the ability to use the internet when it feels it would be necessary to protect thecurrent structure.  I feel it would be foolish to think otherwise considering all the debate's around …
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      amychojnacki
      I agree that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) may have a potential "kill switch" protocol. I agree that not one person could be responsible to "flip the switch" and that it would take a technologically advanced team to pull off such a …
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      amychojnacki
      Here is the link: https://www.techradar.com/how-to/digital-home/how-to-use-raspberry-pi-to-make-a-media-centre-1310437 Through the use of the Kodi app many opportunities lay before you with the use of apps such as YouTube, Pandora Radio, Spotify …
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      amychojnacki
      This is the link: https://learn.adafruit.com/monitor-picam-and-temperature-on-a-pitft-via-adafruit-dot-io?view=all Shopping list: To follow this guide exactly you'll need: * 2x Raspberry Pi - you can use anything from a Pi 1 Model B to a Pi 3 or …
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      amychojnacki
      Hey Tarynwessels, Very interesting idea to convert a basic television into a Smart TV. That’s a quick way to make something ancient and outdated to a device that is hot on the market today.  Great thinking. I wonder if due to the capability of the …
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      amychojnacki
      Hey Dnorth, The Flight radar idea seems very cool, interesting and a bit reckless. Tracking the flight patterns of the planes in your area to know that exact time that they will be in the area (or leaving) is neat. I’d be worried about the FBI …
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      amychojnacki
      I live in Saginaw. I have two daughters my oldest Tori graduates from HS this year and my youngest Betty is 2. I am on my way to earning my Associates in Accounting. I took a year off and it turned into 7...yikes! It's never too late to go back and …
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