As the chief official White House photographer for President Obama, Souza sometimes shot more than 2,000 photos a day. “I was there all the time,” he says. His new book is Obama: An Intimate Portrait. (Image credit: Pete Souza/Courtesy of Little, Brown and Company, New York)
November 7, 2017 The National Museum of African American History and Culture’s November public programming features 2017 Smithsonian American Ingenuity Award-winners, Selma director Ava DuVernay and legendary musician and composer Quincy Jones, and special guest Selma lead actor David Oyelowo. From Nov. 3 to Nov. 12, the museum is hosting …
Gnocchi is an open source time series database created in 2014 when OpenStack was looking for a highly scalable, fault-tolerant time series database that did not depend on a specialized database (e.g., Hadoop, Cassandra, etc.). read more
Do you use “open source software” or “free software”? Although there are different rules for free software licenses (four freedoms) and open source licenses (Open Source Definition), what is not apparent from those two sets of rules is: read more
Kimberley Bugg has been named chief of the Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) Division at the Library of Congress. Click here for more information.
#TuesdayThought: Art and Healing November 8, 2017 Visit our Creative Forces page to read more from retired Marine master gunnery sergeant Christopher Stowe on learning the art of glassblowing as a form of therapeutic art.