Rob Stone has the presitigious distinction of being the first three-time guest on the Glass Half Empty podcast! He has been very (...)
Magic Leap, a mysterious Dania Beach, Florida-based startup building smart glasses with $1.39 billion in venture funding, was the subject of an unflattering story by Reed Albergotti in The Information on Thursday. The story said that: Magic...Show More Summary
“All The While,” the first single we heard off of Hand Habits’ forthcoming debut Wildly Idle (Humble Before The Void), cracked our 5 Best Songs Of The Week thanks to the gentle beauty of Meg Duffy’s music. “Flower Glass,” the second song she’s shared from the album, is even gentler and just as beautiful, a […]
(Cardiff University) The visual function and daily life of people whose sight can't be corrected with glasses or contact lenses can be significantly improved through home visits by rehabilitation specialists, concludes a study by Cardiff University.
Inspired by the Japanese art of origami, the Boos Beach Club Restaurant in Bridel, Luxembourg grabs attention instantly. Through the use of wood and glass, Metaform Architects integrated the new structure into its natural environment. Show More Summary
'Enchroma' glasses have special color correcting lenses that allow people with red-green colorblindness to see true color for the very first time. While the glasses don't correct all forms of colorblindness, dozens of people have shared emotional videos of trying them on for the first time. Show More Summary
Coming to you live from amid the christmas tree, twinkle lights, and wrapping paper – I’ve got the holiday spirit full force! It’s my favourite time of year, Grab a glass of eggnog and wander through the news this week. How to Figure Out Your Overarching Theme — The Definitive...more The post Reading Roundup: What’s New in Blogging Lately? appeared first on ProBlogger.
Do you like winter? I don’t. I mean, I enjoy the first few snow days when the city is clean and white, and I like to wear sweaters and other soft warm clothes. I like to curl up in a cozy chair with a book and a glass of whiskey. What I don’t like is […]
With glass an increasingly popular material for architecture, companies are experimenting with ways to balance its ability to let light in with the need for a little privacy. Glass that tints itself on demand has cropped up in sunglasses and cars, and is beginning to creep into buildings with electrochromic windows. Show More Summary
Google Glass for physicians startup Augmedix Inc. has raised $23 million in a new round of funding from investors McKesson Ventures, OrbiMed, Redmile Group, Emergence Capital and DCM Ventures. Founded in 2012, Augmedix is seeking toShow More Summary
Gourmet dishes go better with Coke. Or so the company wants you to believe
The secretive startup called Magic Leap is working on a pair of glasses that will impose images and interactive video onto the real world. But it may have implied that its products will be more spectacular than they really will be when...Show More Summary
A museum researcher has unearthed a performance of “The Glass Menagerie” starring Shirley Booth, that will be broadcast on Turner Classic Movies.
So the Republican Congress refuses to pay for the protection of President-elect Donald Trump in NYC, offering a pittance of what it will cost our local NYC police to keep him safe in his glass tower on 57th Street. We are told that NYC must pay the bill. Show More Summary
Pot calling kettle black throws rock through own glass house The post You Won’t Believe What MSNBC’s Brian Williams Just Criticized (VIDEO) appeared first on RedState.
"Tampa Pier, Fla." The Port Tampa Inn, wharf and rail line circa 1898, captured on an 8x10 glass plate by William Henry Jackson. View full size.
Phil Jackson, a guy who would look a lot dumber without his glasses, continues to emit ill-advised takes that make good NBA players angry. For his most recent target he chose his own star forward, Carmelo Anthony. Now feels like an odd time to seed resentment among Jackson’s Knicks, who, last night’s spanking … Read more...
Because the best place to clink champagne glasses is on board a luxury ship.
(Vienna University of Technology) At TU Wien, it was possible to create a nanoscale optical element that regulates the flow of light particles at the intersection of two glass fibers like a roundabout. A single atom was used to control the light paths.
There's just something about Kacey Musgraves' voice that makes you want to sit by a fire with a glass of Baileys. The singer got us in the holiday spirit during Late Night With Seth Meyers on Wednesday when she performed The Chipmunks'...Show More Summary