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Tomorrow looks to make it easier to draw up plans for a will and life insurance

Talking about filling out a will and setting up life insurance is probably one of the more sensitive subjects you’ll tackle as you get older — but Dave Hanley says it’s something that a lot of people end up dodging altogether. That’s why he started Tomorrow, a company that makes it easier to set up life insurance and how assets and guardianship are divvied up. Rather… Read More


Friday's game was really hard for me to draw, since it wasn't a reticule or something basic from a UI. It was actually a hospital bed from Beneath A Steel Sky, the point-and-click classic from the early 90's. Let's see if today's game triggers your memory more. More »      

Bleacher Report’s Facebook video series with Marshawn Lynch is new, but not a blueprint

Like other areas of entertainment, sports programming regularly follows patterns. If something draws an audience, it’s repeated, and plenty of spinoffs or similar shows along the same lines are attempted. So that perhaps makes it particularly...Show More Summary

Different use of watchX in UAV Systems

2 weeks agoHobbies / Drones : DIY Drones

Hello Dear DIY DRONES Community.  I am a long term fan of DIY DRONES and wanted pass on something new that could be a nice fit as a blog post. Me and my friend Enes(You can remember him from an excellent drawing of APM at GRABCAD)  working on UAVs for a long time now. Show More Summary

Finding meaning in generative adversarial networks

Artificial intelligence is emerging as a creative force; in the process, it reveals something of itself. If you ask a child to draw a cat, you’ll learn more about the child than you will about cats. In the same way, asking neural networks to generate images helps us see how they reason about the information they’re given. Show More Summary

‘Mama Is Under The Porch’ Killer Son Confesses After 3-Month Police Search

The stories of killers have fascinated people since the beginning of time. There is something in the human psyche that just draws people to curiosity when it comes to the

Sober Photography (or Art) Project: Assignment #28

Time for a new sober photography project! to participate, you can be a photographer, or a painter or a artist of some kind … Time to dust off the camera, and get ready to photograph, draw or paint something lovely… If you’re new to the blog, you can learn more about the idea of having […]

The US-Mexico Border Wall Actually Juts Into the Ocean—Where Surfers Staged a Glorious Protest

Grey-brown dunes covered by a patchwork of shrubbery make the drive into Border Field State Park resemble any other coastal park in Southern California. But the final stretch leading to the parking lot draws you next to something unique: the U.S.-Mexico border wall. This section of the southern border in San Diego County has had […]

Funny Pictures – September 5, 2017

Love thy neighbor… but not too much. via A PT at my gym draws something new on the blackboard every week. This was today’s effort. via Does anyone else’s wife draw with hair on the shower wall? via When you encounter a level 99 New Yorker. via This balloon guarantee. via Move in week in […]

Skeleton Found in Underwater Cave One of Oldest in Americas

Back in 2012, divers in Mexico discovered a human skeleton submerged in a cave on the Yucatan Peninsula and posted photos to social media, drawing the attention of scientists. "I immediately knew that we had something special," paleontologist Wolfgang Stinnesbeck tells Inverse. But by the time researchers arrived at the...

Making a Thing: Being Visible as a Creator

If you write, draw, paint, sculpt, build, or do any kind of creative work, there has probably come a point where you’ve made something and have decided to show it to a close friend. Someone you trust. Someone safe. “This is great!” they say. “You should share it!” There it is. That frisson of fear. […]

Google releases millions of bad drawings for you (and your AI) to paw through

Back in November, Google showcased a few of its funky machine learning experiments, and among them was Quick, Draw! (their bang, not mine) — a game where you sketch something and an image recognition system guesses what it is. Now the company is releasing the millions upon millions of sketches players submitted as an open data set for AI developers to play with. Read More

Books to go: bringing literature to refugees stuck in Greece

The brightly coloured minivan that pulls into Athens' food market, drawing a group of refugees around it, is not carrying something edible. The contents -- hundreds of books -- are there to satisfy a different sort of hunger. For tens...Show More Summary

Dennis Prager draws classical newbies, and a musicians' boycott, at Disney Hall concert

"This is something you haven't seen too often," Guido Lamell, music director of the Santa Monica Symphony, said Wednesday night during the encore for the orchestra's summer fundraiser, the ensemble's Walt Disney Concert Hall debut. Lamell grabbed a bow and musical saw from under the podium and...

Diabetes on the North Coast Trail

Everyone involved with Connected in Motion impresses me; their sense of adventure coupled with their ability to jam diabetes into those adventures is something I draw inspiration from.  (Come on … go look at their social media feedsShow More Summary

What draws Americans to anarchy? It’s more than just smashing windows.

In D.C., members of the movement have been involved in local protests for years. But Trump’s inauguration was something different.

Every time artist Stephen Palladino gets a window seat on an...

Every time artist Stephen Palladino gets a window seat on an airplane he draws something playful on the window with what appears to be a dry erase marker. “It’s funny how many looks I get until they see what I drew and then they wanna take a pic too. Show More Summary

Which Old Car Would You Like To See Get A Factory Restoration Program? 

You are awoken by the distant sound of a low, confident horn. The time is earlier than you normally get up in the morning, but you are calm and surprisingly clear headed, not upset. The air is cool and damp, and something draws you out into the street. Show More Summary

Why Gen Xers And Baby Boomers Are Beating Millennials At Freelancing

LinkedIn finds that three in four freelancers who use its ProFinder platform to land gigs are 41 and over. What’s drawing them all? You may think of freelancing as something twentysomethings do to earn a little extra side money, and you’d be right. Show More Summary

Kid draws a hilarious family portrait, featuring his mother on her period

Periods are normal, but kids pointing them out in their sketches is something else. Australian woman Penny Rohleder shared a photo of her son's drawing on the Facebook page of blogger Constance Hall on Jul. 25, which well, says it all. SEE...Show More Summary

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