Tested editor Norman Chan met up with prop builder Brian Mix last month to check out his working replica of the Burroughs B-205 analog computer console seen in the 1960s sci-fi series Lost in Space. Replica prop builder Brian Mix is obsessed with the 60s sci-fi show Lost in Space, and has built a working […]
Brian Williams might be getting his own late-night show on MSNBC. New York Times public editor criticizes the paper's Gulf flooding coverage. RIP John McLaughlin. Roger Ailes will help Donald Trump prepare for the debates. The Walking Dead threatens spoiler site with copyright lawsuit if it outs last season's major death. Republicans for paid family leave? Sorry for being late.
If you're a video editor or hardcore gamer, you might be excited by Intel's seventh-generation Core chip, codenamed Kaby Lake. CEO Brian Krzanich showed it up and running.
Turns out she was just collecting intel on the young TVNewser editor. "They were spying on me."
The O’Reilly Hardware Podcast: Field Programmable Gate Arrays are getting easier In this episode of the Hardware podcast, O’Reilly editor Brian Jepson and I talk about what FPGAs can do, how they’re getting more approachable for beginners, and the parallels between FPGAs and microcontroller boards such as the Arduino. Continue reading Getting started with FPGAs.
MSNBC on Friday used the unfolding shooting spree in Munich to bash the Republican Party and connect the GOP convention to it. Regarding terror, Daily Beast editor Christopher Dickey talked to Brian Williams and lectured, “What we're...Show More Summary
THE SIXTIES ROOTS OF TODAY’S CAMPUS MADNESS: In a new podcast at Ricochet, City Journal editor Brian Anderson interviews Harry Stein, author of recent City Journal article “How My Friends and I Wrecked Pomona College.”
In May, I went to Fire Island with Brian Droitcour, writer, translator, curator, associate editor & online editor at Art in America, and member of the Yelp Elite. How could I not fall in love? I spent much of the weekend trying to figure out precisely what vehicle killed Frank O’Hara in 1966. In between, […]
The O’Reilly Hardware Podcast: A walk-through of the O’Reilly IoT Learning Lab. In this episode of the Hardware podcast, we talk with Chris Meringolo, an engineer at ThingWorx, and Brian Jepson, an editor at O’Reilly Media. This conversation...Show More Summary
Editor’s Note: About this time last year, one of our electric vehicle enthusiasts and occasional writers began planning an ambitious challenge for his 2013 Nissan Leaf. Brian Kent hoped to travel to all 48 contiguous states and their...Show More Summary
CNET senior editor Brian Tong sat down with Pixar character supervisor Jeremie Talbot to get a behind-the-scenes look at how the studio created Hank the Octopus for Finding Dory, their most complicated character yet. One particularly complex scene took two years to create as animators and engineers worked out the best ways to replicate the […]
A new show premiering in less than a week is NBC’s latest attempt to revive the prime-time variety show. Variety Senior TV Editor Brian Steinberg reports that the show, “Maya & Marty,” has a lot going for it, notably its...
[Editor’s note: NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy has issued a statement on behalf of the league in response to a Congressional report suggesting that the league tried to exert undue influence over the process of selecting a researcher to lead a National Institutes of Health study regarding concussions. The full text of the response appears below.]…
Featuring interviews with Peter Segal, Fred Wolf, Brian Dennehy, Kenan Thompson, and many more.
John Stone wrote this post in February of 2012. We are running it today to give readers some background on the unethical journalism practices vis a vis science and particularly the topic of pediatric vaccination. By John Stone Martin Moore...
Brian Anderson recently appeared on The Leonard Lopate Show to talk about our series, BORDER LINES.
Joanarc, pr executive & Brian, news desk editor Planned Budget: ?1,200,00.00 PHP ($25,900 USD) Actual Budget: ?1,500,000 PHP ($32,500 USD) Number of Guests: 150 Where we allocated the most funds Flowers and food. Since we have 150 guests...Show More Summary
Senior TV editor Brian Steiberg riles The Ringer maestro.
Brian Kellow, the magazine’s veteran features editor and Diane Silberstein, recently appointed publisher, have been laid off by the Metropolitan Opera Guild, effective immediately. The reasons given are cost cutting. The dismissals came two days after the annual Opera News awards gala. Peter Gelb has long resented the magazine’s moderate critical voice.
Brian Kellow, “features editor since 2000, has been laid off as of April 12. So has Diane Silberstein, from the relatively new position of publisher. Both appear to have been cost-cutting moves. No further changes in staff, or the magazine itself, are anticipated at this time.”