ANAHEIM – Interested in walking around Disneyland from your computer or smart phone? You will be able to real soon, with Google Maps. Recently, people wearing odd-looking backpacks, called Street View Trekkers, have been spotted walking around the Disneyland Resort and its theme parks. One such Google employee was seen this week walking the pathways in […]
I’m always jealous of people that can wear all-white with such confidence and ease. I’d always be checking if I spilled something or sat in something. Maybe the smart way,for me, to wear all-white is to wear it for short, specific events (with very little food served) like maybe an exhibit [...]
Take a stroll down this lovely walkway in London, and you’ll be doing much more than just window shopping and getting a little exercise in. The small road, which stretches 107 feet through a patch of lush green grass, has officially been named the world’s first “smart street” for its ability to turn people’s footsteps […]
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And now for the female version of Barack Obama. Minus the street smarts and the charisma that is. Oh, and the electability. Rumor has it Hillary Clinton is handing the
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The strip of pavement lining London’s “Smart Street” harvests kinetic energy from the footsteps of pedestrians.
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Hardened criminal Dinesh D'Souza knows who has Street Smarts, and it is Donald Trump!
It was an unscripted peek into Trump-brand populism: rich people are smart, Wall Street insiders are capable, and it's best to be skeptical of poor people.
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