Science is currently running a special issue on "The End of Privacy." Topics range from drones the hackability of pacemakers to Facebook's freakishly accurate facial-recognition algorithm to the challenges faced by NSA recruiters looking to recruit mathematicians in a post-Snowden era. Check it out. Read more...
Today the peer-reviewed journal Women's Health Issues (WHI) released a new Special Collection on Women's Heart Health, with a focus on improving healthcare services to women at risk for cardiovascular disease.
Bungie has issued a new challenge to Destiny players. They can earn a special bonus for their character by defeating a select group of players in the Crucible this week.Click To Continue Reading
After many reports claimed that Qualcomm encountered performance issues with its 2015 64-bit octa-core flagship processor, the company has once again denied that the chip has overheating issues, The Wall Street Journal reports. At the...Show More Summary
The Super Bowl means special footballs for both the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks, and that means a repeat of deflate-gate is unlikely to occur. Unlike the regular season and playoffs when teams provide their own balls...Show More Summary
A special Australia Day Monday Message Board. Post on any thoughts about, or tangentially related to, Australia Day and its meaning. Please keep discussion of the Republic issue to the post on that topic.
Emily Suzanne Clark The Journal of Africana Religions recently released the first issue of its third volume, and it's a a special issue: The Meaning of Malcolm X for Africana Religions: Fifty Years On. Released on the fiftieth year anniversary...Show More Summary
An Israeli book chain has dropped plans for an in-store promotion for the latest edition of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, with a cartoon depicting the Prophet Mohammed, local media said Saturday. Public Radio said that the Steimatzky chain had intended to hold a promotional event in a...
HETERODOXOLOGY: Esotericism in Antiquity: An Aries special issue.Now, fresh off those unobtanium-coated Brill printers is a new special issue of Aries (15.1) focusing on esotericism in antiquity, and edited by Dylan Burns. With no less...Show More Summary
The Philae lander, which made history when it landed on Comet 67P in November, is long dead. But the orbiter that dropped it has only just begun its mission. On Thursday, the journal Science released a special issue highlighting the first scientific results from the Rosetta spacecraft.Read full article >>
Monday, January 26, 2015Dunwoody City Hall41 Perimeter Center EastDunwoody, GA 30346 Watch Live at 6:00 p.m. - Work SessionWatch Live at 7:00 p.m. - Voting Meeting Agenda 5 pm Special Executive Session to discuss a Personnel Issue Agenda...Show More Summary
By Kim Staglano A special guest was in attendance at the State of the Union address on Tuesday night. Her name is Vanessa Fontaine, and while the name might not ring a bell, you surely remember the name Avonte Oquendo....
Russ Roberts interviews Josh Angrist, king of causality Does LaTeX lead to more paper errors than R? (I prefer LyX) (Hat tip to Development Impact blog for the last two) AEJ Applied has an astonishingly good special issue devoted to microfinance … Continue reading ? The post Links I liked appeared first on Chris Blattman.
Last night, President Obama delivered his 2015 State of the Union Address to a special joint session of Congress covering swathes of domestic and foreign policy issues. The important question, given the political risks of...
The Supreme Court on Tuesday issued a ruling that will have a significant impact on the patent system by limiting the ability of the Federal Circuit, a specialized court that hears patent appeals, to…
Esquire UK just released their special Dead Dudes Who Can Get It "Icons of Style" issue, featuring the beautiful visages of Paul Newman, James Dean, Jean-Paul Belmondo and Elvis. Being the horny thirst witches that we are, the covers...Show More Summary
In the latest episode of Geek's Guide to the Galaxy the panel discusses the Kickstarter campaign to fund Queers Destroy Science Fiction!, a special issue of Lightspeed magazine written by queer creators. The post Crowdfunded Magazine Celebrates Queer Science Fiction appeared first on WIRED.
The Supreme Court announced today it will hear cases dealing with state marriage amendments. Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan and Tennessee will get their day in court in April, with a decision to be handed down early next summer. At issue is the right of a state to define marriage in its constitution and decide whether to […]
'Daredevil' No. 15.1 will feature a story written by 'Arrow' showrunner Marc Guggenheim read more