Reporter Ben Bradford runs his own resume through the software that companies use to screen resumes submitted online and discovers that digital resumes can be a hazard for jobseekers despite being a boon for HR departments. Check out the picture for how NOT to format your resume.
Many of those makers gathered this weekend for the World Maker Faire — an event that bills itself as ”the greatest show and tell on earth” and resembles a cross between a science fair, World’s Fair and Burning Man — where makers showed off their creations.
New York City’s Digital Roadmap, published in the spring of 2011, is a sort of founding document or charter for the city’s push to make municipal government — and the citizens it supports — more high-tech.
Host Manoush Zomorodi talks to Transportation Nation’s Alex Goldmark about the latest technology helping New Yorkers navigate the city by car, taxi, subway and bus, as well as what’s missing from the city’s plan to ease congestion on the roads and rails.
Plus, reporter Tracey Samuelson investigates just how long it will be until underground subway stations and the tracks between them get outfitted with Wi-Fi.
On this episode of WNYC’s New Tech City, we visit a new high school near Union Square, where incoming freshman are already taking computer science and statistics classes as well as teaming up with mentors from New York City’s booming start-up scene.