The Phillies lost 6-2 to the University of Tampa, who are ranked No. 1 in Division II. God, I missed meaningless baseball. Read more...
"The most exciting possibility is that the missing photons are coming from some exotic new source, not galaxies or quasars at all," said Neal Katz of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. For example, the mysterious dark matter, which holds...
Shares of organic light-emitting diode technology maker Universal Display (OLED) are down $2, or 5.4%, at $34.76, following a report yesterday afternoon of Q4 revenue that topped expectations, profit that missed consensus, and a below-consensus revenue forecast for this year. Management said the $200 million forecast for this year’s revenue has a potential for 5% downside, [...]
One of the biggest mysteries in galaxy evolution is the fate of the compact massive galaxies that roamed the early Universe. “When our Universe was young, there were lots of compact, elliptical-shaped galaxies containing trillions of stars,” says Alister Graham...
We've first heard about plans to adopt UFS (Universal Flash Storage) with the announcements of Toshiba and Qualcomm reported over a year ago. While the promised late 2014 schedule seems to have been missed, and we still haven't seenShow More Summary
This is Katarína Bezecná, a contestant in the Miss Universe Slovak Republic pageant. Pretty girl, but this image…? The longer you look at it, the weirder it gets. Even the look on her face is a little like: It’s not quite … Continue reading ? The post Miss Universe Slovak Republic: Serious Side Eye Material appeared first on PSD : Photoshop Disasters .
Shares of organic light-emitting diode technology maker Universal Display (OLED) are down $2.46, or almost 7%, at $34.30, in late trading, after the company this afternoon reported Q4 revenue that easily topped analysts’ expectations, but missed on the bottom line, and projected revenue this year below consensus. Revenue in the three months ended in December 13.5%, year [...]
“I’m actually gonna use my arm so I can high five so many people. 106.” A recent episode of Veritasium looks at the work of students at the University of Central Florida who are using 3D-printing technology to build affordable robotic prosthetics for children without arms. Host Derek Muller speaks with Alberto Manero, an engineering student who works […]
If you tell me that you don't enjoy the Fast & Furious movies, I can understand that. I will tell you, however, that you're missing out on some generally mindless automotive fun. In fact, the movies seem to get better with each new iteration (save for Tokyo Drift, which is still fun but not as good as the rest). If you are a fan of the films...
You heard it here first: Olivia Culpo is one to watch. Crowned Miss Universe in 2012, the 22-year-old beauty has brows to rival Cara Delevingne's, flawless skin, and a seriously sexy piece of arm candy (she's been dating Nick Jonas since 2013). Show More Summary
I'm not sure I can track the provenance of the program itself -- it could be that it is best described as a shared resource -- but two grants originating with Indiana University will help fund a database related to the fan/professional relationship in comics production from last century. Show More Summary
Lucky us: Thanks to Cabinet Magazine, if you missed the launch for The Experimenters: Chance and Design at Black Mountain College (University of Chicago Press 2015), art historian Eva Díaz’s new book on Black Mountain College, a terrific audio recording of the event is now up on their site. The recording includes a performance by […]
Hey there! I missed you! You may have guessed it already, I am most definitely not a multi-tasker. Certainly when it comes to shooting a cookbook and blogging at the same time. It just doesn’t work for me, I tried, I really did, several times. Approaching the last few cycles, I finally managed to escape my parallel […]
Home to beautiful beaches and mountains, not to mention major sightseeing attractions (Universal Studios, anyone?) and amazing shopping and eateries, there are plenty of things to do and see during your trip to Los Angeles. But if you’re looking to find some unique, off-the-beaten path sites, here are some cool things we recommend you check […]
Lauren Shear of Brighton said she's missed so much work at Harvard University due to problems with the T, she'll "probably barely make rent this month." Standing outside Park Street Station yesterday, Shear said short of finding a job...Show More Summary
This essay is published by The American Prospect in partnership with The OpEd Project's University of Texas at Austin Public Voices Fellowship. A ny recognition of black history and culture in this month or the next must acknowledge the central role spirituality and religiosity have played in the lives of African Americans. Show More Summary
Given her timeless beauty and universal appeal, it’s no wonder Miss Dior snatched up Natalie Portman for the latest advertising strategy. The “Black Swan” beauty is gorgeous in a black garment as she flashes her doe eyes at the camera while teasingly holding a bottle of the eau de parfum. Show More Summary
If you walk across the middle of the University of Mississippi’s campus on any given day, you’ll probably see sophomore Correl Hoyle sitting in front of the statue of James Meredith. Meredith was the first African American to integrate the University of Mississippi, in 1962. Show More Summary
At the end of last month, on the same weekend, fans witnessed the coronation of two new queens. The first was ice princess Ashley Wagner, crowned the U.S. figure skating champion for the third time; the second was Miss Universe Paulina Vega from Colombia. Show More Summary
I was a sophomore at Northwestern University in 2010 when The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart had announced a rally in Washington, DC, against the constant stream of outrage and fear-mongering peddled by the nation’s gray-haired political-media complex. A few friends and I made the decision on a whim: We’d drive the roughly 1,400-mile round trip in the space of...