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A new infographic from Bloomberg charts out most common matchups based on profession—and some curious patterns emerge. Whoever said love is a mystery was clearly living before a time of big data. The latest example: Bloomberg has charted out the likelihood of potential marriages based on profession. Read Full Story
From the earliest era of programming come design ideas that are still surprisingly relevant. 1982 was a big year for early computing, with the release of the Commodore 64 and the first computer with a graphical user interface, Apple's Lisa, the following year. Computers were miniaturizing fast, and making their way to regular consumers even faster. Read Full Story
Making connections in a new city can be challenging, but moving after graduation can be the ideal time to head to a new locale.
Allegations of unethical dealings and a rigged procurement process are plaguing the once-celebrated project. This week, Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) President Jane Duncan called for an immediate halt to construction of a tree-lined pedestrian bridge in London. Her claim? The procurement process was rigged and lousy with unethical dealings. Read Full Story
Unlike most awards, the Grammys are still made by hand—in a Colorado town with a single stoplight. You've probably never wondered where the gilded awards you see in the hands of movie stars and musicians during awards season come from, because the answer has seemed self-evident: a factory. Show More Summary
There are still many unanswered questions in this case.
LIVE on #Periscope: Success Academy parents & teachers call on @nytimes to tell the whole story. WATCH LIVE: https://t.co/T99hLt1x3s — Success Academy (@SuccessCharters) February 12, 2016 The direct link to watch it on your web browser is here. Show More Summary
Once you grasp business, you don't just design better, you also have a stronger position from which to defend your design. The most successful designers solve problems with a clear point of view. Maybe they even conjure a bit of magic. Show More Summary
Coloring books have roots reaching back 1,000 years, and share meditative benefits first discovered by Buddhists. One thousand years ago, on the stone floors of a monastery in Tibet, a monk hunches on his knees, placing rubies the size of dust motes to draw a delicate line of glowing red sand. Show More Summary
CBS has pulled the plug on a new drama project just days after ordering it to pilot. Writing on Deadline.com, Nellie Andreeva reports that the crime drama from “Burn Notice” creator Matt Nix and “Black Box” creator Amy Holden Jones....
CBS is bringing one of its franchise shows — network television’s No. 1 daytime series — to prime time. The network today announced plans to air three special prime-time editions of “The Price Is Right.” The venerable game show, hosted...
Kim: My friend’s son was receiving chemo for the first school semester this year. He is a junior. He had a homebound tutor and 504 implemented.There was poor communication by the history teacher and the problem now, is that the teacher...Show More Summary
The Army has paid $820,000 to settle a lawsuit by a former military police trainee who says she was fired after she filed a sexual harassment complaint against a supervisor, defense lawyers said Wednesday.
A 14-year-old Pennsylvania girl accused of plotting with her soldier boyfriend to kill her mother pleaded guilty Thursday in a deal with prosecutors.
We've written a few times about the copyright status of the Diary of Anne Frank lately, mainly because it's pretty clear that the original work was supposed to enter the public domain in Europe on January 1st of this year, as it was 70 years after Frank's tragic death. Show More Summary
For years now, broadcasters have waged legal war on Dish network for giving consumers what they want: namely a DVR that automatically skips advertisements users weren't watching anyway. Fox, CBS and NBC Universal all sued Dish back in 2012, claiming that the ad-skipping technology embedded in its "Hopper" DVR violated copyright. Show More Summary
Last year, in the GreenBiz and Trucost 2015 State of Green Business report, we addressed an elephant in the room. We called it sustainable growth. At the time the trend was alarming. The largest 500 U.S. companies’ natural capital costs — the unpaid cost to the economy from pollution, natural resource depletion and related health costs — […]
Andrea Martin is set as one of the two leads in NBC’s untitled Tracey Wigfield comedy pilot from Tina Fey and Robert Carlock. Also cast in the single-camera project from Universal TV is Kimrie Lewis-Davis (Scandal, Peeples). They join...Show More Summary