Passwords and Toothbrushes
Treat your password like your toothbrush. Don’t let anybody else use it, and get a new one every six months.
Also In The June 2021 Issue
Geocaching is a fun activity here on Earth. Now you can geocache on Mars. And the International Space Station.
He has performed for three US Presidents and with his business partner Scott Jacoby has helped build recording studios in Anguilla.
Use CodeGuppy to write, learn from, and improve your coding with this simple exercise!
Computing can help teach problem solving skills. Here's one way to help students and your kids to become critical thinkers.
Use Scratch to tell a fairy tale your way!
New project alert! This time we are building transistors, a critical piece of any modern electronic device!
Love pixel art? Why not try making some of your own!
Learn how the IoT is being used to study animals as big as elephants and as small as bats!
Exploring another weird tech term! This time we are looking at hard disk drives!
Check out our interview with Allison Grey, a mechanical engineer at vertical farming company in California!
What do cow catchers, an angry government and an early version of a modern computer have in common?
Learn how to edit your photos in fun and weird ways with Python!
In the time before WIFI there was Amateur Radio. Get your call signs ready!
Ever wonder how your computer processor works? And how that might impact quantum computing hardware?
While we all obviously love sheep, today we are talking about a different type of TEG.
Links from the bottom of all the June 2021 articles, collected in one place for you to print, share, or bookmark.
Interesting stories about computer science, software programming, and technology for June 2021.