Quick-service burger joint lone failure of 130+ inspections last month.
Gaztransport & Technigaz (GTT), a designer of membrane containment systems for the maritime transportation and storage of liquefied natural gas (LNG), via its U.
What if a social network’s purpose was actually social networking instead of profit?
What are the top reasons for getting fired these days? Companies fire employees for many different reasons. Everyone has a friend who has a friend that was fired for the most bizarre reason: from posting something on Facebook, to taking too much time for doing a particular task. Well the truth is that companies need […]
"Must be nice to still have that new leader smell!"
Skylanders' success is borne of equal parts solid game design and marketing savvy. Its central conceit - buy small plastic figurines in order to summon in-game characters - is instantly appealing for kids, and its Gauntlet-styled action-RPG...
Make sure you are creating situations for the tucked and untucked to get together, be together, and work together.
920 chickens were beaten to death by a poultry plant intruder.
Over the weekend, Canada’s National Post ran a book review by our own Michael Bourne, who contributed a piece on Bright Lights, Big City this week. In the review, Michael reads Thomas King’s The Back of the Turtle, which he says reaffirms the rule that bad guys are always more interesting.
More electricity. Fewer cases of diarrhea. Fewer lives lost to deadly storms. These are among the objectives of the development planners and financiers meeting next week in Washington at the World Bank and International Monetary Fund’s annual meetings. Show More Summary
In brutal winter months, if you wonder why you feel crappy, the calendar is there to remind you: IT'S FEBRUARY. Most wall calendars get all artsy-fartsy, with their monthly prints of famous paintings or wistful photos of sunsets, and tear-off paper calendars can get a little pedantic, whether they're teaching a word a day or quoting the Dalai Lama. Show More Summary
While everybody in the tech industry seems to be trying to make programming easier to pick up, most of the efforts that have popped up either repackage the concepts found in existing languages or boil down the logic programmers use to the point where you don’t learn skills that are directly applicable to actual software development. Read More
Anyone who listens to the Maggie Linton Show is familiar with this smooth voice that is welcoming, along with making the audience feel as if it's in the company of an 'ole friend. Maggie is a seasoned SiriusXM radio veteran who relaxes...Show More Summary
Mysterious graphics are usurping advertising in France
Look what you can get done when Democrats are in charge! This is a good move that will help stop at least some gun tragedies: SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California will become the first state that allows family members to ask a judge to remove firearms from a relative who appears to pose a threat, under legislation Gov. Show More Summary
For many Kurds in Syria the U.S.-led air strikes against ISIS positions invading them couldn’t come soon enough as the radical Islamists slowly creep north, toward the Turkish border. Kurdish sources in the town as well as a monitoring...Show More Summary
Five years after he characterized as religious zealots those who are concerned about climate change, Bob Beauprez said “powers bigger than us” are in control of Earth’s fate. The post Colorado’s GOP Candidate For Governor Goes All In On Climate Change Denial appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Julie Marie Wade reviews Kelli Russell Agodon's Hourglass Museum today in Rumpus Poetry.
One of the coolest features of the Nintendo Wii U was the fact that the Gamepad allows for game designers to give information to one player without giving it to the others. The Oculus Rift can…
Eminently huggable 17-year-old Tanner Linford was rejected in season six of The Voice, but has returned two inches taller and with more performing experience. Now watch this sweet young man visibly lose hope as the coaches remain unturned through the very last note of his song. Read more...