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Herbie Hancock, jazz pianist and keyboardist, speaks about melding music and technology at the fourth lecture in the Norton Lecture series Monday afternoon in Sanders Theatre.
The evolution of virtual communication has been short but significant. Initially, text messages were just that, text. Then, emoticons were integrated (:D). These days, we can communicate with photos, videos, voice memos, and emojis—you never have to actually type again! Now, thanks to Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences professor David Edwards, a completely necessary new way to communicate is available, the smext.
A new exhibit in the Science Center showcases human body parts and historical objects related to the science of dissection and anatomy.
John C. Lo ’16 received what he called a “strange” email from an alleged alumnus who goes under the name ‘John Harvard Bitcoin’—an email that led to a meeting with other Bitcoin enthusiasts Wednesday night.
A Harvard community member had his access to University research facilities stripped last week after using the school's "Odyssey cluster" to mine "dogecoin."
After receiving a slew of emails and Instagram direct messages requesting more social media advice, we’ve decided to put together a comprehensive guide to our favorite (Olivia) and second favorite (Lauren) social media platform: Twitter!
Erik Brynjolfsson, center, the Schussel Family Professor of Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management, explains to an audience member how the current technological revolution may affect the economy and labor market. He was joined in the book talk by Andrew Mcafee, who is associate director of the Center for Digital Business at the MIT Sloan School of Management. The talk was moderated by Meghna Chakrabarti and hosted by the Harvard Book Store.
Flyby hopes you’re all enjoying the holiday season, and taking a well-deserved break from the hectic lives you lead on campus. However you’re spending your time off, whatever you’re celebrating and however you’re celebrating it, we want to know! In the vein of our crowdsourced #flybythanksgiving, we want to see some pictures from your time away.
Good things come to those who wait (kind of). After years of being known as the faces of dejection from "The Social Network," the Winklevoss twins have, over the last eight months, become the faces of Bitcoin. Last April, the New York Times revealed that the twins have created one of the largest portfolios of the completely digital currency out there.
No, your phone isn’t broken - getting less than a hundred emails a day is normal. This is what breaks are meant to feel like! But if you realize you’ve already started missing the constant notifications, we at Flyby have compiled a list of things you can do to remedy your email withdrawal.
A group of Harvard College women gathered Wednesday night for a roundtable discussion about women’s futures in technology. The meeting, led by four women with successful careers in the field, was organized by the Harvard College Women’s Center.
Education professor Howard E. Gardner ’65 and information assistant professor Katie Davis discussed young adults’ increasing dependence on electronic devices at a Cambridge Forum meeting Monday evening at First Parish Church in Harvard Square.