Alain Vigneault couldn't contain himself. Tanner Glass is something of a punching bag (and punch line) for New York Rangers fans. He mainly just fights a lot, and when he's not fighting he's grinding on the fourth line. And oftentimes he doesn't even do that very well. As you might expect, Glass hadn't scored once this season before Thursday night. Show More Summary
The jury is still out (literally) on the sex discrimination suit between Ellen Pao and her former employer, venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.But win or lose, Pao's legal quest has put a magnifying glass on the status...Show More Summary
A controversial former environmentalist who claimed on French TV that Monsanto’s Roundup weedkiller was safe to drink was offered some in a glass by a journalist during the interview - and refused to drink it.
The jury is still out (literally) on the sex discrimination suit between Ellen Pao and her former employer, venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. But win or lose, Pao's legal quest has put a magnifying glass on the status of women in Silicon Valley -- and testimony from her former boss John Doerr, […]
On this nearly cloudless day in Seattle, why not spend a little time with Phillip Glass and Terry Teachout's illuminating new essay on the 78 year-old composer—one of the few known beyond classical circles besides Aaron Copland—in Commentary...Show More Summary
Evgeny Morozov has written, in The Baffler, a critique of technology criticism in the guise of a review of my book The Glass Cage. He makes important points, as he always does — Morozov’s intellect is admirably fierce and hungry — but his conclusions are wrong-headed, … Continue reading ?
Image via DJ Cordero Photography An 11,000 pound, 40-foot-tall steel sculpture by Otto Rigan arcs towards the sky at the entrance of Spaceport America in New Mexico. This newly installed work, Genesis, is embedded with glass pieces that sparkle at different times in the day or night. Show More Summary
As midnight nears on New Year’s Eve, and you accept your third glass of prosecco, think of the zebra finch. The prolific creatures, common as pet songbirds around the world, are also popular among researchers because they are highly adaptable and very easy to breed. Show More Summary
Today we’re premiering a new music video from Baltimore-based feminist punk band War on Women. Their song “Glass City” is about the wage gap and the video highlights real-life women at their jobs all over Baltimore, including Mayor Stephanie...Show More Summary
Dr. Patrick Moore was defending the pesticide manufacturers he represents, but wouldn't put his poison where his mouth is. Extrait : Bientôt dans vos assiettes... - Interview de Patrick Moore This is one of the best foot-in-mouth moments I've seen in a long time. Show More Summary
Still all about the new Cinderella movie that dropped not too long ago? Well, you might not be able to score your own Fairy Godmother, but at least you can light up your life a little with this Cinderella Carriage LED Lamp. The lampShow More Summary
A controversial lobbyist who claimed that the chemical in Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer was safe for humans refused to drink his own words when a French television journalist offered him a glass. In a preview of an upcoming documentary on French TV, Dr. Patrick Moore tells a Canal+...
This is a heartwarming video of several colorblind people experiencing the full spectrum for the first time thanks to a pair of corrective glasses developed by EnChroma. You know, I had a colorblind roommate in college. You could never...Show More Summary
Originally setting out to design safety glasses for use during laser surgeries, materials scientist Don McPherson instead designed a lens that enables color-blind wearers to see the full light spectrum.
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. brought sexy back when it launched the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge with its metal and glass design, not to mention how cool the dual-curved edges of the S6 Edge appear. And starting Friday, March … Continue reading ?
I'm really excited about the thought of a woman running for President. Not because I'm a Hillary supporter - I like to keep my politics to myself - but because it proves that women are finally breaking that vaunted glass ceiling. We tried in 2008 but it just wasn't the time, apparently. Show More Summary
See why it's so hard to break the glass ceiling in Silicon Valley
It’s hard to forget the original Alien Nation. Not only was the movie a brilliant commentary on discrimination, set in the future of 1991, but it was a hell of a crime drama, and even won the Saturn Award for Best Science Fiction Film of 1998. The movie went on to spawn a television series, […]
This reimagined post-and-beam, with its folding-plate roofline and walls of glass, builds off of what is formally known as the Henbest-Birkett Residence by Pierre Koenig, architect of Case Study House No. 21 and No. 22 fame. A secondary wing, a fountain entry and a pool are among...
BALTIMORE — Around seven in the evening, dusky pink light and car headlights from North Avenue ricochet off the glass walls of the KAGRO building, adding an extra layer of nuance to Victoria Fu’s Bubble Over Green.