Dani MacGreevy is a Silicon Valley investor’s widow, hoping to find closure years after his tragic death by visiting a remote Gold Country mansion that she believes is connected to the incident. Instead of easy answers, Dani finds a house that locals believe to be haunted and an owner who evades her questions about his work, coveted by the national security establishment. As powerful players within Silicon Valley and the government align to take control of the technology, Dani finds herself in the midst of an environment where echoes of the past can come to life.
When a woman engineer is given the opportunity to complete a long-awaited book by a terminally ill colleague, she must confront poverty, prejudice, and powerful academics who do not want to see her succeed. For anyone who wonders why more scientific and technical books are not written by women, here is one woman's story, to answer.
Catch Barbara on the SCOTT HORTON SHOW podcast 9.24.21
Available for rental on Vimeo. Engineer, author, and award-winning instructor Barbara G. Grant explains the basics of infrared as they apply to the FBI's FLIR videotape taken at Waco, April 19, 1993, in which nearly 80 civilians lost their lives. No graphic details, but subject matter is for mature audiences. Barbara is a Fellow of SPIE, the International Society for Optics and Photonics.