On July 22, 2016 WikiLeaks released around 20,000 emails apparently from top DNC officials, illustrating that Democratic officials favored Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders. The email release, only days away from the Democratic Primary,...Show More Summary
Following on from the 2015 article about the stretched Royal Fleet Auxiliary Service, this is an update on current operations. Like the […]
I finally watched the Steve Jobs movie the other night and truly pondered his genius and the impact he made on the world. When I broke into the business, we used electric typewriters that had the ability to erase a single letter. Times...Show More Summary
USGBC announced today the launch of LEED Lab in India. An interactive multidisciplinary immersion course, LEED Lab utilizes the built environment to educate and prepare students to become green building leaders and sustainability-focused citizens. Show More Summary
Ever since Jon Stewart stepped down as host of The Daily Show last August, his fans have been begging him to return to late-night and deliver his brilliant, incisive political takedowns, especially in this year's over-the-top presidential...Show More Summary
This collaborative whiteboarding app tries to digitize the fun, chaotic physicality of brainstorming, while making it accessible to anyone. International design firm Ideo popularized the designer brainstorming session: Just lock a team...Show More Summary
Reminder – I’ll be a guest for an 8- to 10-minute video on the show Quality Digest Live, today at 2 pm ET. Click here to watch live or watch live via YouTube. Here’s another upcoming event… At the request of my colleagues at KaiNexus, I’m going to be presenting a free webinar next Wednesday, July […]
This week, two ghosts have been walking the floor of the Republican National Convention each night after all the hate and fear have been swept up and packed away for the morning. Judge Merrick Garland—whose name is never mentioned—and...Show More Summary
In integral part of music videos since their inception, this article explores the role of dance, or more specifically 'escalating dance' in music videos and its impact on the viewer. ____________________________ Guest Post by Jeremy Young on Soundfly's Flypaper Tons of things can make a great music video. Epic drama,...
With the presidential conventions upon us, the campaigns are focusing on the big race and how best to position their candidates to win. They are pondering clothes, hair, geography, colors, words and photo opportunities. They are listening to the polls and surveying the populace with passion. Show More Summary
View Playlist Check out these videos for walkthroughs of how to use the virtual Microsoft Classroom environment, as well as different aspects of Classroom, including setting up integration with OneNote Class Notebook. Setup and explore the MS Classroom environment. Show More Summary
Ever since United and Continental merged in 2010 to create the world's largest airline, Daniel Cuellar's department has been hard at work creating a swanky new business class called Polaris. It's a rarified preserve in the front of United's...Show More Summary
After a calmer month of May, June once again saw a large number of articles about video game localization. Interviews, case studies, essays, resources and more, enjoy this new selection! This month, at IGDA’s LocSIG, we were also excited to…
Photo: Americans for the Arts Designing and facilitating training (not matter the topic) is one of my passions and why I blog about it on a regular basis. I also love sharing techniques and tips with other trainers and often do “train the trainers” sessions as part of my practice. … Read More
Mornings are suddenly a lot more exciting, thanks to pieces of toast with pictures of Fabio on them, all because of I Can't Believe It's Not Butter. As you may recall, Fabio's face graced a number of I Can't Believe It's Not Butter campaigns in the '90s—including one spot where he breaks free from the constrains of a butter sculpture of himself. Show More Summary
As video games have shifted from selling boxed copies to microtransactions, so to has the copyright fight, creating some unexpected results. The post Cheating, Copyright and Pokemon Go appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
What do you do with an old storage room? With the help of a grant, around 40 kids, four months, and a lot of hard work and creativity, the Morton-James Public Library was able to transform a nondescript storage area into a real-life immersive puzzle game—Nebraska City’s first escape room (and the first escape room in the world built by kids, as far as we can tell).
Trailer for KILLING ED from Visual Truth Projects on Vimeo.Trailer for the feature-length documentary, KILLING ED, about charter schools, corruption and the rise of the Gülen Movement in America.
The undersea world teems with nightmarish horror of all kinds, which we've shamefully neglected here at Infocult. To start making up for this lack, consider the Bobbit Worm. Found in Southeast Asian waters, "[t]hese worms reach 3 m (~10 FEET)...