Featured Video from Past TLC Events:
Four Stories of Data: The Hidden Power of Numbers
The average American is a fountain of information, and
companies like Netflix, Amazon, and Facebook have openly used
information about us and our activity to improve our experience
and increase their revenue. Jerimi Ann Walker uses four stories
of data to illustrate what companies know about us and how the
numbers may reveal things that even we didn't know. Data can be
used to understand, influence, and predict our behaviors.
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Moraine Valley Area
Preservation: Reclaiming and Maintaining My Identity as an
Preserving My Memory in a Digital
Voice in a Quiet World
Giving Life New Hope: Life Beyond Tragic Times
Longevity: the Ageless Quest
From History to Mystory: My Journey to the 2009 Presidential
Naming My Ghosts and Taming My Myths: A Narrative of
Adoption, Discovery, and Reunion
There and Back Again: My Journey from Teacher to Nursing Student
Walking the Walk: My Enduring Sustainability Journey
Behind and Through the Lens: My Life as a
Guide to the Universe: Finding a Sense of Place within My
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Impact on My Life"
Dr. Thomas Dow,
"The Heart of My Writing: Younger Sons, Bastards, and Devils"
"Why Joni Can't (Won't) Do Math or Science—And What You Can Do
"Communicating by Cutting Up
Fabric and Sewing It Back Together”
Dr. Troy Swanson,
“What Bigfoot Can Teach Us About Belief"
"Perseverance and Hope: The Words of My Life"