The art world must have speculative fiction on the brain. The week starts with a discussion of the art of 2050 and continues with art about the seen and unseen (“the unknown” is a pervasive theme this week). There’s also a lot having to do with data: the good, the bad, and the ugly—depending on how you feel about infographics. Makes sense. The future is pretty much here.
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In the past, I’ve discussed how it’s a good idea to spend your spare time dabbling in entrepreneurship: It fills your time with something that you choose (and thus you enjoy) and sets up a potential long-term revenue stream. I also discussed how I got a side business going myself. Show More Summary
We’re down to the Final Four in this year’s iteration of March Madness, also known as the national collegiate basketball tournament. Our earlier discussion of “The March Madness Theory of Investing“ didn’t sit well with some readers....Show More Summary
Playing to the ignorant crowds: During the discussion with Bob Schieffer, Burr said he thinks the U.S. is rushing a nuclear deal with Iran. He also said Iranian-backed rebels can't be allowed to gain a foothold in Yemen, where a coalition of countries are mounting attacks to stop them. Show More Summary
Nancy Borowick often uses the world surreal when discussing the past two years of her life: Her father was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer that would take his life a year and a day later, and then, her mother, who had also been battling cancer, succumbed to the disease a day before the one-year anniversary of his death. Show More Summary
Anthony Riley recently made The Voice history in more ways than one. During Blind Auditions, he earned the show’s fastest ever four-chair-turnaround. Also, his abrupt departure prompted the first ever three-way Knockout Round last Monday. Show More Summary
Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer and the other “Left, Right and Center” panelists discuss a new proxy war in the Middle East as the U.S. supports Saudi-led air strikes in Yemen. Also, Ted Cruz announces his run for president and Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid says he will not seek re-election.
On this week’s episode, we discuss both a lengthy profile of Tim Cook, as well as a full biography of Steve Jobs. We also cover some concrete announcements, including the open-sourcing of React, Facebook’s (potentially better than UIKit) UIKit alternative, and the acquisition of database company FoundationDB by Apple, and what that might mean. Show More Summary
Split ends are an all too common problem for us all. Naturally your hair type plays a role in how many and how often you get them, but certain habits are also responsible for causing split ends. Before we discuss some tips for getting...Show More Summary
Top military officials from South Korea and the United States discussed bilateral security issues on Friday; observers note that the military officers could have also held talks on the THAAD deployment "at least in an unofficial fashion," according to South Korea's media outlet.
In these times of health, wellness and fitness... where everyone is clocking their steps, movements, repetitions, gym hours and/or yoga positions... I'd like to discuss another activity that conjures well-being while also creating a stress release. C-R-Y-I-N-G... Show More Summary
"Downton Abbey" officially announced Thursday (March 26) that Season 6 is its last season. Executive producer Gareth Neame discussed the possibility of a follow-up movie or a spinoff, but he also touched on the dramatic character deaths the show has had over the years. Show More Summary
The House Transportation Committee is underway to discuss ST3 authority and the broader transpo package. Watch live here and refresh for our updates and commentary. You may also follow us on Twitter. 4:30 Duke Schaub from the Associated General Contractors of WA actually just used the slogan “Concrete for kids” 4:24 Association of Counties voicing concerns about the […]
The pattern and timing of T wave inversion can also be helpful as discussed here and here at the EMS 12 Lead blog.As Henry J. L. (Barney) Marriott used to say, when you see T wave abnormality suggestive of simultaneous anterior AND inferior ischemia think acute cor pulmonale, as in massive or submassive PE.
While there is a report stating that the two parties have agreed in principle to a new deal, there's also a report that Hurley still intends to speak with DePaul this week.
This week, Chris Velazco joins us to discuss the HTC One M9, which he got to review over at Engadget. The company’s new smartphone looks pretty similar to last year’s model on the outside, but HTC also revamped the camera. I’d argue that this is hardly the time for modest upgrades for HTC, but Chris gives us some insight into what they were thinking. Show More Summary
When Bill O'Reilly sat down with David Letterman last night, he not only discussed his recent controversy but also weighed in on the early presidential field for 2016. While O'Reilly likes the "straight-shootin'" Ted Cruz, he said he does not believe he has what it takes to beat Hillary Clinton.
Stanford University professor and mathematician Persi Diaconis discusses and dissects some of the best and worst ways to shuffle cards in a recent video by Numberphile. They also spoke with Federico Ardila from San Francisco State University about perfect shuffles.
It’s that time of week again: Time for another LIVE episode of PandoLIVE. Join Sarah, me and our special guests David Holmes and Nathaniel Mott to discuss the week’s news.. and also to announce the launch of applications for the Pandoland startup competition. Listen LIVE right here, right now. Paul Carr Paul […]