VIDEO PLAYLIST Kathleen Lau chats with Canadian computing pioneer Calvin Gotlieb; Sony digs out after an earthquake and tsunami; opportunities for women in IT

CWC THIS WEEK: The father of Canadian computing
Our video roundup this week:
 
IN CONVERSATION Just a few days after turning 90 years old, Calvin Gotlieb, the man responsible for attaining Canada’s first electronic computer, talks about emerging technologies and the future of computing. With Kathleen Lau
 
THE WIRE It’s been a month since a devastating earthquake and tsunami hit east Japan. At Sony’s Sendai Technology Center, they’re still cleaning up. It could be months before it’s back online. With Martyn Williams, IDG News Service
 
COMPUTERWORLD CANADA David Miketinac discusses the Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network and women in IT
 
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