New screenshots also released for Capcom's upcoming fighting game.
I will be hosting this podcast, Bandler's Banter, every week, and will also feature Daniel Davis and Brooke Carlucci. This podcast discusses the...
In the public arena, much of the discussion to-date has been about the technology related to IoT and Big Data. We are also starting to see discourse and use cases coming through with regard to actual implementations and benefits to businesses. However, the conversation remains very much in the tactical realm and also largely confined […]
Jennifer is a popular YouTuber. Jennifer loves video games. But Jennifer is also a medical doctor passionate about mental health and psychiatry. Here’s what she decided with those two opposing parts of her life: fuse them. The result: Prescription Pixel. Show More Summary
Aly Raisman’s ESPN body issue is turning heads. Not only did the Olympic gymnast bare all for the magazine, she also discussed her life post-London and how she is getting ready for the next Olympic games. “Every day is a challenge,” Raisman told ESPN. Show More Summary
We return to the studio for the start of a new season with tales of doom, robots, and the mystery of time. Dr Rita Louise also joins us for a discussion on the connections between ancient mythology across world cultures and what they may tell us about...
Apryl Jones and Omarion talks to Bossip at the 2015 BET Awards about Love And Hip Hop LA and their drama. We also discussed the duos baby Megaa being at the top of the cute baby list.
When you say “I do,” you are also saying “I do” to sharing financial responsibility. Take the time before your wedding to discuss your current financial status and your financial goals for the future. The post Marriage and Finances: What You Should Know Before You Say “I Do” appeared first on AllBusiness.com.
The Washington Post’s Scott Allen and Dan Steinberg and WUSA9’s Dave Owens join host Gene Wang to discuss the Nationals solid performances despite injuries. The panel also analyzes the Wizards’ trade for draft pick Kelly Oubre Jr. and debate whether DeSean Jackson’s BET reality series is an unnecessary distraction for the Redskins.Read full article >>
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's 2015 New Year's resolution was to read an important book every two weeks and discuss it with the Facebook community. Zuckerberg's book club, A Year of Books, has focused on big ideas that influence society and business. Show More Summary
Earlier, we told you about Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore’s resistance to enforcing the ruling from the Supreme Court legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide. Last night, Rachel Maddow also dug into the ‘legal knots’ Alabama has en… The post Rachel Maddow and DOMA Lawyer Roberta Kaplan Discuss Red States Mad About Marriage: VIDEO appeared first on Towleroad.
Dave discusses the unilateral exit right (i.e. secession), how the legal argument was framed, and shares a few additional thoughts. Dave also suggests reading it before bed time.
Pin it You've probably heard by now that President Obama stopped by Mark Maron's garage last week as the latest guest on his popular podcast WTF. Besides the president's personal life and the politics they discussed, we were also especially interested in exactly how one gets their space (in this case, garage) ready for a visit from the POTUS. Show More Summary
Although most of the discussion among Arsenal fans during this transfer window inevitably focuses on who Arsene Wenger might bring in, he also faces important decisions about some of the players already on his books. After four loanShow More Summary
Here’s a weird one! Today’s Outside the Lines featured three men discussing Curt Flood with host Bob Ley: MLB.com’s Terence Moore, author Brad Snyder, and ESPN’s Doug Glanville. Also, a random woman whose brief presence was never addressed or explained, as far as we can tell. Read more...
When American politicians laud free college plans overseas, they tend to identify European countries, such as Germany or Sweden, as noteworthy examples. Not as commonly discussed, Brazil also offers free college to its citizens, and its free colleges are actually more prestigious than the private institutions that charge tuition. Show More Summary
What's Music Month without actual music? For all of June, we've been hosting panels, record fairs, concerts, and interviews; we've been discussing music tech and documentaries about bands, and we've also been reaching out to musicians that have used Kickstarter to gain insight into their listening habits. Show More Summary
While discussing the movement to eradicate the presence of the Confederate flag, a CNN host asked whether we should also bring down a monument to a president who owned slaves. After last week’s slaughter of nine black churchgoers byShow More Summary
Fox Business Network anchor Maria Bartiromo was on Late Night with Seth Meyers last night to discuss her new show, waking up at 3 a.m., and even Donald Trump. Bartiromo also discusses the drawbacks of Wall Street reform, Greece’s economy and why Walmart is raising wages. Check it out: Part 1: Part 2:
Photo by Dustin Rabin Refused will release Freedom, their first album in seventeen years, on June 30. Now, they've made it available for streaming through Pandora. Check it out here. The band has also opened up about the firing of guitarist Jon...Show More Summary