Mad Max has made some treacherous journeys in the past. His latest one is set to begin in less than a month, so publisher Warner Bros. and developer Avalanche Studios have released the game's latest trailer. The latest trailer continues...Show More Summary
Two weeks after publicly releasing a Republican presidential rival's cell phone number, Donald Trump got his comeuppance on Monday. Gawker’s Sam Biddle published Trump’s phone number in a story, responding to Trump's public reading of Sen. Show More Summary
As you may know, CodeProject has a thing called Technical blogs which lets you publish your post on their site too, and thus widening the range of potential readers. Thanks to a great plugin by hjgode you can automatically import your posts. However, recently I wanted just to show excerpts of the po
I just found an online article about Early Melbourne from 2004, published in the very first edition of Postcolonial- an open source journal that is now in its eleventh year. You can source the article at: http://postcolonial.org/index.php/pct/rt/printerFriendly/294/780 In this article, … Continue reading ?
The State Department inflated the grades of diplomatically sensitive countries in its yearly assessment of human trafficking around the globe, according to an investigation published by Reuters on Monday. A negative ranking in the department's annual "Trafficking in Persons Report" can shame offending nations, and even lead to sanctions. Show More Summary
Here’s the full text of an announcement we just received from MediaSource, parent/publisher of Library Journal, School Library Journal and The Horn Book. Media Source, Inc., has announced that Ian Singer is leaving his position as Vice President & Group Publisher, Library Journals, LLC & The Horn Book, Inc., as of August 28. During his […]
Small business expert Denise O’Berry shares three steps to creating and publishing cleaner copy and content. The post Typos and Poor Grammar in Your Content Can Ruin Your Reputation appeared first on AllBusiness.com.
Xiaomi, led by China tech billionaire Lei Jun, topped the rankings of smartphone vendors in China with a 15.9% market share in the country in the three months to June, according to a new estimate published on Monday by research firm Canalys. Huawei is just behind Xiaomi, expanding 48% sequentially - [...]
Originally published on EV Obsession. Here’s another recent electric vehicle rumor popping out of Europe, this time implicating BMW. German magazine Wirtschaftswoche (hat tip to John Voelcker) reports that the board of BMW is evaluating potential designs for a 100% electric SUV based on the planned BMW X7 SUV. Show More Summary
Originally published on One Step Off The Grid Steve Harris has had a long history as a senior executive in some of Australia’s major electricity utilities. Now he is looking to help turn a decades-old model on its head by building something...Show More Summary
Originally published on Kompulsa. IKEA is continuing its path to 100% renewable energy by installing solar panels on the upcoming St. Louis store in Missouri, which opens on September 30, 2015. The system will consist of 4,085 solarShow More Summary
The 917 cellphone number directs callers to a generic voice mail: “Please leave your name and message and we’ll get back to you shortly.”
The Mindy Project's writers sure do keep busy: Ike Barinholtz, who scripts for and stars in Mindy Kaling's sitcom, announced today that he will release an essay collection in 2017 from Grand Central Publishing. Perhaps the man behind Morgan was inspired by Kaling herself, who is releasing a follow-up to... More »
Richard Stallman is famous for creating the GNU operating system, and founding the free software movement, which changed how we develop software. Now he’s published an essay in Technology Review about how police body cams should switch on automatically any time an officer pulls out a weapon. Read more...
An investigation by Germany’s federal prosecutor of two bloggers who published documents revealing government plans to expand surveillance has been met with resistance.
3 THINGS I LEARNED FROM THE NEW YORKER ABOUT FREE SPEECH: In an article published in the latest issue of The New Yorker, “The Hell You Say,” I learned: 1) “For many modern free-speech advocates, the First Amendment is irrelevant.” That’s news to me! The First Amendment sure seemed to help in this case settled […]
1906. "Iron mine, Red Mountain, Birmingham, Alabama." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.
Once again, cultural appropriation is igniting a flurry of controversy -- and for the umpteenth time, the case relates to black women's hair. Allure magazine finds itself in the middle of a stormy response to a hair tutorial published...Show More Summary
Red Ash was not the crowdfunding success Comcept was hoping for. Don’t worry though; the game will still be made, because Red Ash was fully funded by Chinese publisher Fuze in a deal announced in the last days of crowdfunding. The project initially asked for $800,000 to produce the first episode of the Mega Man […]
Children who suffer an injury to the brain -- even a minor one -- are more likely to experience attention issues, according to a study published Monday in the journal Pediatrics.The effects may not be immediate and could occur long after...Show More Summary