I’ve only been to Indiana once, and that was an accident. I was on my way to the Kentucky Derby with a friend, riding shotgun and playing navigator as we drove from Nashville to Louisville. I dozed off not far from our destination and awoke to my friend’s cursing a missed exit as we prepared [Read more...] This space reserved for your ad.
From the emergence of the professional pick-up artist to the resurgence of old school matchmakers, an entire industry has developed to handle something human beings used to be able to navigate on their own: the dating scene. This raises...Show More Summary
Google Keep now lets you add labels to your notes. Just click the 3-dot icon below the note and select "add label". There are 3 default labels (inspiration, personal, work), but you can add your own labels. Google Keep's navigation menu shows your labels, so you can quickly find related notes. Show More Summary
Passion Pit have shared the video for "Lifted Up (1985)", in which singer Michael Angelakos navigates a crowded club floor. It's taken from their forthcoming album Kindred, which is out April 28. Check it out below. Read our new interview with Angelakos. Check out the music video for "Constant Conversations":
We all know that a great hair color makes you look (and feel) like a better version of yourself, but how can you tell if that uber-white blond will be flattering before you hit the bleach? To navigate the minefield of dyes, foils and purple shampoo, we've enlisted the help of Dana Ionato, a lead colorist at NYC's Sally Hershberger Downtown. Show More Summary
Discover the sea through media gallery videos while exploring ocean life and amazing ocean photos.
Navigating the secret world of L.A.’s Koreatown, replete with Korean Uber, matchmaking services, karaoke crooning, and soju shots galore.
On Saturday, March 28, 2015, from 8:30-9:30 p.m. in your local time, people around the world will turn off the lights and navigate by star and candlelight to raise awareness about climate change. Ban Ki-Moon, the U.N. Secretary General,...Show More Summary
By Mark Kenyon Have you ever tried using the Google Maps app to navigate through town without setting an actual destination? Probably not. But if you have, you’ll know that it’s pretty much worthless. You’re not going to get turn-by-turn instructions. You’re...
The S.U.V. is built on the chassis of the F-150 pickup and has replaced its V8 with a more powerful EcoBoost V6.
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Warner Brothers just released a new trailer for the cinematic adaptation of the hit HBO series "Entourage." In what looks like an extremely fun, extended episode of the show, Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven) and the boys continue to navigateShow More Summary
The U.S. Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation (SLSDC) has announced that seven U.S. ports in the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System are receiving the prestigious Robert J.
TomTom today released a new version of its navigation service for Android devices. TomTom Go Mobile boasts up-to-date maps for more than 100 countries with support for offline viewing, live traffic updates, safety camera locations, points of interest, and seamless syncing with contacts. Show More Summary
TomTom today announced the re-launch of its mobile experience for Android hardware. TomTom GO Mobile offers the company's premium navigation functionality.
In concert with the UK publication of The Glass Cage, Penguin Books’ Think Smarter site is running an article by me on satellite navigation. Titled “Welcome to Nowheresville,” it’s adapted from a chapter in the book called “World and Screen.” Here’s a … Continue reading ?
User-generated Google Street View lets people navigate cities and paths from a local's perspective
I will be in Cambridge, Mass., this afternoon to give a talk entitled “The World Is Not the Screen: How Computers Shape Our Sense of Place.” It is part of the ongoing Navigation Lecture Series presented by Harvard’s Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. … Continue reading ?
How should a woman try to get ahead in a male-dominated workplace? Perhaps the answer lies less on women "manning up" and more in how businesses value their employees. Many women confront this tension as they navigate their own upward trajectories in fields where men fill the upper ranks. Show More Summary