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Women Veterans Have a Remarkable History in Technology

By Lee Rennick Nashville has a growing female technology community, which i with a long and distinguished history that began with the daughter of an infamous 19th century poet, Lord Byron. But it was a female admiral who brought women out of the

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Checking in with Nashville’s Bunker Labs Chapter

By Justin Stokes Launching a business is no walk in the park. In terms of economic understanding, being a small business owner getting their start might be one of the toughest things out there. It’s a battle with challenges around every corner

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Obituaries: There’s An App for That

By Lee Rennick Recently, Pew Research Center, an American think tank located in Washington, D.C., completed a study on the use of technology by seniors. What they found is that the generational tech gab is diminishing. John Haswell, an

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Saluting Vibrant Communities at the Nashville Neighborhood Celebration

By Laura Pochodylo The first hint of a fall breeze in Nashville brought many North Nashville neighbors out to celebrate Good Neighbor Day on September 30. The Nashville Neighborhood Celebration’s annually rotating festival found a home this year

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Inaugural STEAM Fest Breaks Through Classroom Walls

By Lee Rennick The first ever Tennessee STEAM Festival is set to take science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics into the community from October 12 to October 22. Designed to educate people of all ages and backgrounds about the

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