The benefits of open source software are a driving force in software development now reaching into the world of federal software acquisition. As the name implies, OSS is software that is distributed in human-readable, source code form so that ...Read More »
When the Maryland General Assembly wrapped up its 2016 session last April, there was a consensus throughout the business community that legislators on both sides of the aisle were being more open and receptive to proposals to strengthen Maryland’s competitive ...Read More »
With so many tools in the marketer’s toolbox for 2017, what’s a business developer/marketer to do? There’s a growing culture of impatience for instantaneous interactions and response. Think Uber and Amazon. This reduced attention span concept drives some of ...Read More »
Inventor and futurist Ray Kurzweil popularized the Terminator-like moment he called the “singularity,” when artificial intelligence overtakes human thinking. While AI has been at the heart of many science fiction stories, a growing chorus of tech experts, including Elon ...Read More »
With much of the nation’s focus directed at the recent presidential election and the new president and Congress, it’s easy to overlook the Maryland State Legislature in Annapolis. However, as a technology entrepreneur you should be aware of the power ...Read More »
Rescue helicopters land on highways. Those same birds then head, as if on a wire, to the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center. The revolutionary life-saving innovation came to Maryland via Dr. Cowley’s force of will. It’s been continuously perfected ...
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I happened to spend the weekend before the election in Donora, Pennsylvania. My wife and some cousins she hadn’t seen in decades had scheduled a small family reunion then, and I was fortunate enough to come along. What I saw ...Read More »