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Tech_DELTA Release 04

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Tech_DELTAExit the King of Blogs? March Madness gone Mobile and what of Blackberry?

--Jennifer Turchi and Jim Witte
 
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Tech_DELTA Release 03

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Tech_DELTANews on MySpace, Blackberry (aka Crackberry for its addictive qualities) Skype and more. Read on...

--Jennifer Turchi and Jim Witte
 
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Tech_DELTA Release 02

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Tech_DELTAHere's our second effort to keep you up on tech news. Be sure to check out the final item. A fascinating lecture by Oxford University Physiologist Susan Greenfield on how technology will affect tomorrow's people.

--Jennifer Turchi and Jim Witte
 
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Winter 2005-2006 CITASA Newsletter

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CITASA NewsThe latest CITASA newsletter is up for download via the Downloads link (Newsletter section) at the top of the site.
 
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Tech_DELTA Release 01

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Tech_DELTAWelcome to Tech_DELTA. Beginning on January 31st and on the 15th and last day of each month thereafter, Tech_DELTA, will be published on the CITASA website. What will you find there? Exactly what the name implies. The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language (Fourth Edition: 2000) offers the following definitions for the word "delta.

1. The fourth letter of the Greek alphabet.
2. An object shaped like a triangle.
3. A usually triangular alluvial deposit at the mouth of a river, caused by tidal currents.
4. Mathematics. A finite increment in a variable.

The choice of the name builds (more or less) on each aspect of the definition. 1. The Greek alphabet is cool. 2. To find Tech_DELTA on the CITASA home page look for the triangle logo. 3. The deposits at the mouths of rivers and inlets are rich, fertile places, as we hope Tech_DELTA will be. 4. For those of you who know your Greek letters, Delta is not Epsilon, which represents the smallest incremental change (also more). Our emphasis will be on the relatively small but very important, incremental changes that define the ongoing process of communication and information technology change
 
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