NM’s Back to School Tax Free Holiday

NM’s Back to School Tax Free Holiday

Summer’s only half-over but it will be September and “back to school” time before you know it. During the August countdown to classes, both students and parents often feel a bit of anxiety about the upcoming fall term, and what it may require....
A King Visits Southwest Cyberport

A King Visits Southwest Cyberport

On Saturday, May 5, SWCP has honored with a visit from a real live African king. Chitimukulu Sosala Kanyta Manga II, the 38th Paramount King (which is what “Chitimukulu” means) of the Bemba tribe of Zambia, took a brief tour of our facilities this morning....
It’s Time for Maker Faire Again

It’s Time for Maker Faire Again

It’s time! This weekend, April 21 and 22, the Albuquerque Mini Maker Faire returns, with fun and fascination for the whole family. Never heard of it before? Well, Maker Faires celebrate human curiosity and ingenuity, with interesting projects that hobbyists,...
Why you shouldn’t miss this WordCamp

Why you shouldn’t miss this WordCamp

There’s a WordCamp coming to Albuquerque in less than two weeks. It’s got a wide variety of presentations for all levels of WordPress Users. The first day, Foundation Friday, covers a lot of things you really want when you getting started. Here are the...
What the Election Hack Means

What the Election Hack Means

Shocked, horrified, or thrilled by the outcome, millions of Americans the day after the popular vote breathed sighs of resignation or relief or even profound despair. Most were just glad that the long nightmarish ordeal of the presidential election was finally over....
The Internet Belongs to the World

The Internet Belongs to the World

A quiet, but potentially revolutionary change is coming to the way the global computer network is run. In a way, this change is much like that when iPv6 was adopted. The modifications are technical, with lots of complicated entities with names made out of initials...