Author: Stephanie

Value co-creation ~ continual improvement strategy

It’s been a long time between posts, too long in fact. I’m in the midst of an exciting professional transformation. The role I’ll be assuming next is more strategic and relates to value co-creation and IT services delivery…

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Update – Bees In Space: Blue Origins New Shepard 11

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Here’s the link to the project

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Jupiter-spotting tips from NASA (for the month of June 2019)

If you’ve got binoculars or a telescope, June is a very exciting time to watch the heavens above!

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May 2, 2019 – The Urban Bee Laboratory Goes Into Space

As some of you may know, I work at The Urban Beekeeping Laboratory, a science focused non-profit located in Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood. For those of you unfamiliar, the UBL is a bee-focused non-profit and its research revolves around…

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Food Security = National Security

Food insecurity carries trans-border implications including migratory surges, economic disruption and societal instability.

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Meet Marty – The Quality Control Robot! (videos at end of post)

Marty is a quality control robot rolling out at some 500 retail locations owned by Dutch retailing giant Ahold Delhaize.

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AWS Lightsail – WordPress – Bitnami Update

Bitnami has corrected the offending mistake (.gz NOT .bz) I discovered in my original post. It now properly references a .gz extension. (Screenshot below)            I fixed the SSL certificate problem by modifying the…

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The Urban Bee Laboratory: Bees and Data

Stephanie is a data analytics practitioner at Boston’s Urban Bee Lab.

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Apple, China & ‘Made In America’: Not So Easy – At The Moment

If ‘Made in America’ is to become more than a slogan for the production of highly technical engineered components, it will require substantial training, specialized robotics systems, an entirely new infrastructure and someone to sell it to the American people.

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Four rules for fixing America in 2019

It’s becoming increasingly clear to me that social media’s impact on American society is dubious at best. To offset its worst aspects, I set forth 4 rules of conduct I believe should be adopted at large.

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