"The New York Times" reports that the University of Maryland Eastern Shore has purchased 200 bulletproof whiteboards made by Hardwire, making it the first university client to adopt the anti-ballistic shields in classrooms:
“We just wanted to add one more tool to help us ensure the safety of the campus community,” said Ernest Leatherbury, chief of campus police. “The whiteboards are user-friendly and noninvasive.”
Our report on Hardwire's products by "TechKnow" contributor—and former CIA analyst and operations officer—Lindsay Moran will re-air Wednesday at 2:30pm EST/11:30am PST, then again on Saturday at 2:30pm EST/11:30am PST. For our techie night-owls, you can also watch Saturday night/Sunday morning at 2:30am EST/11:30pm PST.