This is a blog entry I wrote for the Southern Living magazine. You may find it helpful: southernliving.
As a general rule, southern states tend to be more conservative, which means that they don’t have many options when it comes to government-run businesses. Louisiana, however, is a bit different because it’s the home to the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and the state government is one of the oldest in the south. In other words, the state is very much in the hands of the people of the state. This is particularly the case when it comes to the state’s technology and infrastructure.
While the state government is still active, it is often in the hands of the people. This means that business is slowly but steadily moving in Louisiana, while it is still somewhat active in southern states. It may seem like progress in Louisiana, but really, it’s just a matter of a few years.
Louisiana Tech’s latest effort, the “Louisiana Tech University Cyber Assault Lab,” is a place where students and the general public can work together to hack into anything they can find. From that point, they can then make whatever the public wants and distribute it for free. This is a very good thing for Louisiana Tech, because while it may seem like it’s all about the money, the actual goal is to ensure that Louisiana Tech is more technologically advanced than it currently is.
Louisiana Tech is also trying to make its school more technologically advanced than it’s been, so that it can compete with the rest of the state in the same game. Tech is trying to be like Microsoft or Google, and at the same time make sure that it is as powerful as possible. They’ve got $1 million in funding now for a new lab that will work with and “mash” with computers, and they are going to do it by combining technology with hacking and security.
Of course, being technologically advanced is a good thing, but it doesnt mean that you have to be perfect. It means you dont have to be the smartest guy on the block.
Tech is a state of mind. If you want to get tech, you want to embrace it, learn from it, and use it. There are a few things to watch out for here: if you don’t want to get it, dont. If you are the type to get it and do it all of the time, you are probably a pretty good hacker/techie.
We are in a state of transition here. We’ve been living and dying for a decade. The transition for our industry has been from being a very black and white world of hackers to a more multicultural, intersectional world. I think that we have a lot to be proud of. At the end of the day though, if you can hack it, you can hack it. We all have to figure out how to do it right.
I think that its important to be proud of the work that we are doing, but also to be cautious and self-aware of the changes that are in motion. We need to be wary of the dangers that the industry is facing. It is a hard world to navigate with the current laws, regulations, and even the technology that we have at our disposal. It is a world that is constantly changing.
For the last few years, technology has been changing and changing. Most of the change is good for the people involved (as it gives them a chance to make money), but it brings with it some new challenges. For the most part, the change has been positive, but as technology continues to evolve, so does the risk. We still must be careful that we keep ourselves safe and secure. That means we need to be aware of the new and unexpected dangers that are in the making.