As we recently discussed, Keurig is busy making plans to embed new technology in their new "Keurig 2.0" line of coffee makers that will reject unsanctioned (read: less expensive, competing) coffee pods. The technology would also presumably prevent the use of manual re-usable filters, which are usually found for between five and fifteen bucks online. Show More Summary
"Pac-Man was the Metal Gear Solid of arcade games," says PS4 lead system architect. Mark Cerny has stated that modern games don't just need to decide how much they focus on narrative, but also how that narrative is presented throughout.Click here to read the full article
Since we often talk on this site about the need for young atheists to stand strong against religious indoctrination in their public schools, it's only fair that we also discuss the backlash that sometimes results from that. One particular...Show More Summary
The 21st Century Fox deputy COO at an investor conference also discusses a new Dish-Disney carriage deal and says the company will watch the proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable combination "very closely." read more
Valve founder Gabe Newell took part in a somewhat-delayed Ask Me Anything session on Reddit today. While the discussion stirred up lots of excitement in the gaming community, Newell also offered up an always-timely reminder to developers of all stripes: coding excellence can’t be measured if you never actually finish anything. More »
Hernan Lopez, President & CEO of FOX International Channels, speaks with me about the continued rise of Spanish language television and the worldwide growth of FOX International Channels. We also discuss the importance of increasing diversity in media. WATCH: Speak Up With Jimmy, a Web series, is available at JimmyWin.com.
By Apex Financial Consultants: In this article, I will discuss Google's (GOOG) Motorola business and try to determine whether it's a good or bad decision for the company to sell this business segment. I will also discuss the latest move...Show More Summary
The results are in. And they’re shocking! Apparently, the meat and cheese diet is bad for you: Meat, cheese diet study Also, this just in! Sitting around all day is bad for your too: ‘Brain Fog’: Sitting for hours negatively impacting health… Also, angrier people are more likely to die of heart attacks: Angry people ‘risking heart attacks’ […]
Darius Rucker is not only a Country Music star but he's also an avid lover of sports. A frequent golfer, the Grammy-winning "Wagon Wheel" singer discusses his passion for sports and music in this report.
Mike Florio is joined by a richer Brent Grimes on PFT Live to discuss his new deal in Miami and if he ever feared that he would have to find a new team this offseason. Grimes also talks the recent dysfunction and why he chose to stay another four years in light of the ongoing…
In our next webinar we’ll look at why in-memory technology is getting so much attention and the benefits it offers. We’ll also discuss the challenges it presents and how the overall market is changing in light of the evolving database technology landscape.
Both these short articles appeared in the Mail on Sunday today. My friend Ed Lucas (a fellow former Moscow Correspondent and now a distinguished writer for the Economist) and I also hope to discuss this matter in New York City...
A man who discussed his encounter with a MUFON State Director, has gone public with his account. His sighting, which occurred in Louisiana in 1998 had a co-witness, also. The two... Read Full Post
It is safe to say that Android is probably the most popular smartphone operating system at the moment. That also makes them a very nice and juicy target for hackers who have in the past released malware that specifically targets the operating system. Show More Summary
Liam Neeson stopped by The Daily Show to discuss his new movie Non-Stop, which is basically just Taken on a plane. Not a great movie, but Liam Neeson beating people up always gets me. He also takes a stance against the New York City mayor trying to take away horse-drawn carriages. Uh, okay? I guess this is a legit place to make a stand on pro horse-drawn carriages?
The flu appears to spread a little bit easier when employees don't have personal space to protect them. At least in theory, open floor plans allow employees to collaborate, discussion to flow, and culture to grow. They might also make it a whole lot easier for the flu to spread, according to new research. Show More Summary
The boys and Grant Woods from Growing Deer TV discuss shed hunting and give tips on becoming a better shed hunter. Tune in for tips on training your shed dog from Jeremy Moore of Dog Bone Hunter. Jim and Trav will also talk with Kip Adams of QDMA...
Another EMS1.com column. Resuscitation training ups survival rates More than 150 attendees took part in the half-day Resuscitation Academy presented at EMS Today We also discussed the Resuscitation Academy on a special episode of the MedicCast recorded at EMS Today. I will post that link when it is available.
There has been a lot of discussion about how the country’s economic recovery has been spread unevenly between high- and low-income households. New research from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis suggests that there’s also a wide disparity among age groups. The analysis from the bank’s Center for Household Financial Stability found that households […]
Photo by: Jacquelyn Martin As Bryan also discussed tonight, John McCain and Bob Work had a nice little exchange today in the Senate during today's nomination hearing. There are several things going on here, but like Bryan I don't see...Show More Summary