The philosopher Fredric Jameson once wrote that “it is easier to imagine the end of the world than to imagine the end of capitalism.” Indeed, the U.S. political spectrum seems to range from unbridled libertarian dreams and Silicon Valley techno-utopianism at one pole to Nordic-style social democracy at the other. Show More Summary
Mobile devices and facial recognition software have made the list this year.
Former actor, Isaac Lidsky, present his vision, something he calls "eyes wide open", on breaking free of the "blind spots" in your own life.
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Review: Joel Tillinghast’s Big Money Thinks Small: Biases, Blind Spots, and Smarter Investing is “a cornucopia of investing wisdom.” (Reading the Markets)
In 1991, ten-year-old Jerry Nemorin and his family escaped civil war in Haiti and resettled in Florida. Jerry’s first experience with the US financial system was when his mom tried to buy a car. Twenty-five years later, Jerry still remembers...Show More Summary
He’s widely known as one of the most compassionate and forward thinking Judges ever to sit on the High Court. But as Michael Brull explains, former Justice Michael Kirby appears to have a blind spot when it comes to the law as it applies to Palestinians. Former High Court of Australia Justice Michael Kirby gave [...]Show More Summary
(American Association for the Advancement of Science) Bats are well known for their sophisticated use of echolocation to navigate through areas riddled with obstacles, but now a new study reveals that this useful ability is hindered in the face of smooth vertical surfaces -- those that are particularly likely to be manmade.
Review: Joel Tillinghast’s Big Money Thinks Small: Biases, Blind Spots, and Smarter Investing is “highly recommended.” (Aleph Blog)
Amazon acknowledged unverified glasses, but a lawsuit says it was "too little, too late."
Late in the fourth quarter of USC’s 49-31 victory over Western Michigan on Saturday, Jake Olson was spotted along the north sideline. Olson, a third-year sophomore long snapper, bent his knees and hunched over a football, shuttling it back 8 yards to Wyatt Schmidt, the holder. After a couple practice rounds, they were good.
As Hurricane Harvey has wreaked devastating flooding across southeast Texas, reporters’ ability to notice the nearly one-third of Americans living in or near poverty has again been put to the test.
POLITICS and sheer hatred aside, there is no shortage of blind spots in the rationale behind America’s mounting restrictions on immigration. Immigrants are a boon to America in many ways.
Lane departure alerts and blind spot monitoring systems can significantly reduce crashes if consumers use the features, according to two recent studies by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. While this information falls into the no-brainer category, rarely do we get specific metrics on these particular technologies. Show More Summary
A former Google engineer’s memo on diversity reveals psychological blind spots, not biological differences, says Debbie Chachra.
Safety systems to prevent cars from drifting into another lane or that warn drivers of vehicles in their blind spots are beginning to live up to their potential to significantly … Click to Continue »
Everyone who plans to look skyward when the solar eclipse sweeps across the United States on Monday should have the proper protective eyewear, or risk lasting blind spots, experts warn. Regular sunglasses will not do, the US space agency says. Only eclipse glasses that have a certification with...
A man who permanently damaged his eyesight by looking at a partial solar eclipse 55 years ago has warned people not to look directly at the sun during the total eclipse on Monday. Lou Tomosoki, 70, still has a blind spot in the centre...Show More Summary
New Flyer has given Protran Technology a new contract to provide over 600 safe turn alert systems with built in blind spot awareness.
In his zeal to drape the noose of Nazi violence on President Trump Bernie Sanders has a convenient blind spot in his outrage. Since the calamitous protest at the University of Virginia on Saturday it has been an avalanche of leftist outrage, hand-wringing, moral pontificating, and accusatory idiocy. Show More Summary