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If you have ever wondered how Tony Stark, Iron Man, accelerates and decelerates in a metal suit without turning himself into a bruised puddle of protoplasm under massive G-forces, E. Paul Zehr’s “Inventing Iron Man: The Possibility of a Human Machine” is for you.
Zehr, neuroscience and kinesiology professor and author of “Becoming Batman,” examines existing and emerging technologies which might develop into Iron Man’s suit and their implications for the human-machine interface.
Whether or not Stan Lee’s classic strips fired your youthful imagination (guilty!), Zehr’s creative inquiry points to new costs coming along with new tools.
Assistant Director for Access Services
Find out what you need to know and how to protect yourself. If you have a YouTube, Gmail, or Picasa account, or simply use Google as your search engine, this will affect you!
Listen to a summary of the changes, and how you can protect yourself:
http://www.npr.org/2012/02/29/147617359/users-can-control-what-google-knows-about-them (NPR - Morning Edition, 2/29/12)
Read and follow these steps to protect yourself:
http://www.npr.org/2012/02/29/147643649/protecting-your-privacy-amid-google-policy-changes (NPR - Tell Me More, 2/29/12)
Use these tips to take your privacy to the next level:
Emily Hart, Reference and Instruction Librarian