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This Startup Can Police the Streets From the Sky

This week, Inc. editors and writers chat about a new model for the gig economy, how Makerbot hasn't lived up to its hype, and how a startup is offering aerial surveillance over US cities.

Friday Quick Hits and Varia

It feels like Spring finally here in North Dakotaland with highs in the lower 60s and that particular light when we recognize that the sun is just a little higher in the sky. Lots of cool stuff this week: we’re soliciting submissions for a special volume of North Dakota Quarterly on the work of Thomas… Read More ?

Chelsea & Liverpool old boys join 3 Sky Blues in the UCL team of the week

Following the first two first-legs of the Champions League semifinals this week, UEFA have released their team of the week. Man City drew a blank against Real Madrid on Tuesday, while Atletico Madrid edged out Bayern Munich 1-0 on Wednesday. The Rojiblancos were rewarded for being the only winners with six players in the XI. […]

Afternoon Coffee: Apple Quarterly Results Impact Suppliers, US Steel Files Complaint Against Chinese Steel Producers

Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News Apple suppliers took a hit this week after the tech giant reported lackluster quarterly results and announced it would cut inventory by $2 billion. For example, shares of suppliers Skyworks Solutions and NXP Semiconductors fell more than 5% and 2%, respectively, on Tuesday. Show More Summary

The Sky This Week - Thursday April 28 to Thursday May 5

The "Blue" Last Quarter Moon is Saturday April 30. Jupiter is visible all evening long. Venus is low above the horizon in the twilight. Saturn is close to the red star Antares and forms a triangle with Mars. Mars is in retrograde motion. Show More Summary

The Sky This Week - Thursday April 21 to Thursday April 28

The Full Moon is Friday April 22 and is the smallest Full Moon this year. Jupiter is visible all night long. Venus is low above the horizon in the twilight. Saturn is close to the red star Antares and forms a triangle with Mars. Mars is in retrograde motion and is visited by the Moon on the 24th. Show More Summary

Weekly Challenge :: Put a Book in your Scrapbook

After beautiful sunshine this weekend, there is a sky filled with clouds over my house this morning and it feels just about perfect to make some coffee, put on some music and do one of two things: read a good book… or scrapbook. Of course. Show More Summary

A very special few weeks to catch elusive Mercury

This is a post from Skymania News - Space and astronomy news and advice plus night sky This week offers a great chance to glimpse planet Mercury in the evening sky and there is a chance to see it in a more unusual way in May when itShow More Summary

Helen Mirren: Alan Rickman “Would Be Proud” of Last Movie

Earlier this week, Alan Rickman’s last film, Eye in the Sky, had its UK red carpet premiere. While attending the event, Dame Helen Mirren talked about her beloved co-star, who unexpectedly past away earlier this year from a short battle with late stages of pancreatic cancer. Dame Mirren said that Alan Rickman would be proud...read more!

FilmRise Locks On To Drone-Warfare Docu ‘National Bird’

Look! Up in the sky! FilmRise has acquired North American rights to National Bird, a documentary on drone warfare that screens at Tribeca this week and will get a theatrical rollout in the fall. FilmRise touts National Bird as “the first film — or any other media story — that has revealed so much firsthand information about the U.S. Show More Summary

Sightings Sunday EP2 – UFOs and Aliens

This week, my son Jake and I discuss UFOs and aliens, including some of our own personal sightings of weird things in the sky!    

The Sky This Week - Thursday April 14 to Thursday April 21

The First Quarter Moon is Thursday April 14. Jupiter is is visible all night long and is close to the Moon on the 18th. Venus is low above the horizon in the twilight. Saturn is close to the red star Antares and forms a triangle with Mars which is in on the head of the Scorpion. Show More Summary

Favorite Things: 'Eye in the Sky,' 'Everything Is Copy'

It's time once again for Kathie Lee and Hoda to reveal their Favorite Things for the week, and this time the ladies both choose movies. KLG recommends "Eye in the Sky," a topical theatrical film about drone warfare starring Helen Mirren. Show More Summary

'Astro Attack' is Endless 'Space Invaders' with a 'Crossy Road' Flair

Blocky Pixel is bringing its take on endless, Crossy Road [Free] inspired shoot 'em ups to the App Store next week on April 14th with Astro Attack. While Shooty Skies [Free] does exist, this game aims a bit more for being like Space Invaders, with formations of enemis that move back and forth while swiftly

The Sky This Week - Thursday April 7 to Thursday April 14

The New Moon is Thursday April 7 and the First Quarter Moon is Thursday April 14. Jupiter is is visible all night long and has occults a faint star on the 13th. Venus is low above the horizon in the twilight. Saturn is close to the red...Show More Summary

Wendy Williams Actually Apologizes to Kesha

Whoa! Look out! We think we just saw some pigs flying across the sky. This would typically take us by surprise, but it makes a lot of sense considering what happened on The Wendy Williams Show this week: The host actually apologized for something! A few weeks ago, Williams questioned Kesha for claiming that she was raped by music producer Dr. Show More Summary

This Week's Interesting Music Releases - April 1, 2016

This week I can especially recommend Andrew Bird's Are You Serious, Bleached's Welcome The Worms, Explosions in the Sky's The Wilderness, Laura Gibson's Empire Builder, and Tacocat's Lost Time. The 4-CD box set Music of Morocco: Recorded By Paul...

What Critics Are Saying About ‘Eye in the Sky’ and ‘I Saw the Light’

This week at the multiplex, we’ve got a muddled military mission, cheatin’ hearts, a contentious courtroom, and a family under siege. Find out what the critics have to say on Rotten Tomatoes.

PlayStation Blogcast 203: Carry on my Wayward Sky

In the wake of massive Final Fantasy XV news this week, Nick and Ryan record an intimate show with all the fixings: new releases, news you can use, 16 inch Iron Giant statues, and so much more. Special thanks to the minds behind Severed on PS Vita and Wayward Sky on PS VR for the incredible interviews featured on today's program. Show More Summary

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