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Winter break continues this week for Seattle Public Schools, but a second food-distribution event is planned on Tuesday, with two West Seattle sites included. The food boxes that will be available have a week’s worth of breakfast and lunch items. Pickup times are 11:15 am-1:15 pm Tuesday (December 29th); locations are Denny International Middle School …

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After a quiet stretch, Tropical Storm Gamma has formed in the Caribbean Sea. What You Need To Know Tropical Gamma has formed in the Caribbean New Tropical Storm will impact areas near the Yucatán Peninsula The system will likely bring heavy rain and flash flooding Tropical Storm Gamma adds to the record-breaking Atlantic season The …

The power sector, over the years, has undergone a significant transformation. The transformation, in large part, has been driven by the emergence of renewable sources of energy, which now promise cleaner and affordable power, evolving demand consumption patterns, and new technologies that promise to make our grids more efficient and reliable when fully deployed. Grid …

Health, Humanitarian Emergencies This blog is part of the seminar series on ‘The Economics of COVID-19’. Jun 3 2020 – Imagine a world without the internet and erase the last few decades of technological advancement. Then imagine how governments, schools and businesses would have dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic. As the pandemic continues its relentless …

Technology advancements have changed our lives and recent events have provided a reminder of how dependent we are on modern technology and the advantages that come with it. Almost every industry has benefited from the growth of technology, perhaps none more than the gaming sector where the landscape looks completely different. Gaming is much more …

JEDI AWS’ latest protest over JEDI kicks off blog fight By Ross Wilkers May 08, 2020 Amazon Web Services’ agency-level protest filed this week over how the Defense Department is re-evaluating bids for the JEDI cloud infrastructure contract is confidential and will likely stay behind closed doors. But that move by AWS over …

Three West Seattle Crime Watch notes this afternoon: STOLEN WHITE SUBARU: Reported by Becca: Sadly reaching out to report that my car was stolen from our driveway last night. We live in the Gatewood neighborhood on Orchard Street. It is a 2017 white Subaru Crosstrek, WA plate BCW8406. Only thing unique is a yellow paint …

That is the guiding question behind Charles Mitchell’s new novel, “The God Song: Artificial Intelligence Meets American Appalachia.” Mitchell, a D.C. area resident with family connections to Southwest Virginia, said the book explores the impact of technology when it becomes semiautonomous. “It’s been around a while, the idea of what happens when machines wake up,” …

A Bay Area man has decided to run eight marathons in eight days on seven continents to challenge himself, according to Stanford Children’s Health, where he works. Brendan Watkins, 44, decided to run what’s called the Triple 8 Quest to also raise money for the Lucile Packard Children’s Fund, which is a charity that provides …