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Predictive software helps communication
Spring 2014

Eye-tracking technology and inexpensive software developed by WSU engineers could help people with ALS, like former Coug and New Orleans Saint Steve Gleason, better communicate.


Categories: Engineering, Computer sciences, Health sciences
Tags: ALS, Eye tracking, Software


Dear reader
Summer 2010
A printed magazine story sits alone on a page with relatively little competition for the reader's attention. An online story sits only a few keystrokes from a torrent of other stories, tweets, videos, free classifieds and emails. And why exactly does this matter?
Categories: Computer sciences, English, Communication
Tags: Digital world, Reading, Internet, Computers, Brain


The Academic Library in the Age of Google
Summer 2010
Information naivete suggests a broader blind faith in the offerings of Google–mirroring a general faith in technology that in some ways defines our culture and propels our economy.
Categories: Computer sciences, Library and museum studies
Tags: Library, Archives, Technology, Digital world


Come MapWith.Us
Spring 2009
Orest Pilskalns had electronic mapping on his mind long before coming to Washington State University, but it wasn’t until he was teaching a senior-level software engineering class the spring of 2006 that he knew he could realize his vision. The a...
Categories: Computer sciences
Tags: Technology, Maps


Thriving in Rural America: Ochs uses computer technology to stay on family farm
Summer 2003
Wanted: Person with a bachelor's degree in fine arts to help design and create software programs; location: Dusty, Washington, population 10.These are just the kind of person whom Jon Ochs, president, CEO, and founder of Eureka Software, Inc., may...
Categories: Business, Computer sciences
Tags: Software, Palouse