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What We Get Wrong About Smartphones in Schools

Reading thousands of articles about schools and education and learning over the past decades as honed what I’ll call a “what they really mean” responder in my head. It’s the little piece of brain software that triggers every time I come...Show More Summary

'Quantico' Recap: Who is "The Voice?"

22 minutes agoEntertainment / Television : BuddyTV

Last time on Quantico, we left off with Shelby and Alex working together to locate "the voice," as Shelby was only working with the mysterious terrorist to keep her friends out of jeopardy. Alex and Shelby finally traced the caller to an abandoned church in East Harlem. Show More Summary

Watch a Baby Puffin See the World for the First Time

27 minutes agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

The birds spend most of their lives at sea, but return to land and lay eggs underground.

News: Big in Japan, Leicester City and Shinji Okazaki Nearly There

27 minutes agoLocal Interest / Japan : City-Cost

For the longest time the city of Leicester in the U.K. was famous for about one thing; being the first city in the land to have a larger population of residents who traced their origins back to the subcontinent, than those whose origins were from, well, somewhere else. Show More Summary

When it is Time to Move On

How do you know when it time to move on, let go and let God? I am often asked this by clients and sometimes I ask the angels about this for myself. When we have a vision or our heart set on something that isn't either manifest or what...Show More Summary

Jesus Christ Also Said "Inshallah," So There Is Nothing To Fear

In the Name of God: The Extremely and Eternally Loving and Caring My friend and former Al Jazeera America co-host Wajahat Ali penned a hilarious piece in the New York Times explaining the Arabic word "Inshallah," or "God-willing," in...Show More Summary

Here's some new Dragon Quest Heroes II footage and screenshots

Dragon Quest Heroes was pretty great. Even if it was my first Dragon Quest game, and one of my first Warriors games, I still had a grand ol’ time busting hordes of monsters and have been interested in seeing more of the upcoming sequel. Square...Show More Summary

California Inc.: At last, a place young ninjas can call home

45 minutes agoHealth : Booster Shots

Welcome to California Inc., the weekly newsletter of the L.A. Times Business Section. I'm Business columnist David Lazarus, and here's a rundown of upcoming stories this week and the highlights of last week. Wall Street is still digesting word from the Commerce Department that U.S. economic growth...

BMW i3 loan car program axed

49 minutes agoVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

Owners of the BMW i3 will no longer be offered the option to access BMW loan cars if they decide to go for a long-distance road trip. At the time of the electric city car’s launch in 2014, BMW announced a loan-car program for buyers of the i3 that would see those customers able to take advantage […]

Azeri MoD Registers 112 Karabakh Ceasefire Violations in 24 Hours

The Armenian Armed Forces violated the ceasefire along the line of contact in Nagorno-Karabakh 112 times over the last 24 hours, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry's press service said on Monday.

There Was Another Telstra Network Outage Today (And It Came At The Worst Time Possible)

This morning, Telstra chief operations officer Kate McKenzie announced the company is investing $50 million to prevent outages across its telecommunications services after several embarrassing incidents in the past few weeks where its mobile network went down. Show More Summary

This is what owning a mobile phone as an Australian kid in the 2000s was like

More than 15 years ago, life Down Under was made up of horrible ringtones, Crazy John's and 2G. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.  Asking your parents for a mobile phone was like bidding for the Olympics.  You'd spend weeks and months trying to convince them that you were responsible enough to have one. Show More Summary

The Rumpus Interview with Brendan Jones

Brendan Jones talks about his debut novel, The Alaskan Laundry, living in Alaska, his time as a Wallace Stegner Fellow, and living and loving what you write.

What's On Tonight: Harry Houdini & Arthur Conan Doyle walk into a crime scene...

Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Monday, May 2. All times are Eastern. Top picks Jane The Virgin (The CW, 9 p.m.): It’s Mother’s Day on Jane The Virgin, and as far as we can tell, Julia Roberts’ wig is nowhere in sight. Qué lástima. Show More Summary

JSerra returns to top of The Times' prep baseball top 25 rankings

 Ranking the top 25 high school baseball teams in the Southland: Rank. School (W-L) - Next Opponent (last week's ranking) 1. JSERRA (19-6) - at St. John Bosco, Tuesday (2)2. ORANGE LUTHERAN (16-6) - vs. Mater Dei, Tuesday (1)3. RIVERSIDE NORTH (18-6) - vs. Rancho Verde, Tuesday (4)4. EL TORO (18-5)...

There's No Place Like This: Celebrating 100 Years of America's Best Idea

"There's no place like this".It's something that you hear once in awhile in a crowd of people seeing Yosemite Falls for the first time. You'll hear it from people seeing a geyser explode from the ground in Yellowstone, or gaping at the vast expanse of the Grand Canyon in Arizona. Show More Summary

'The Good Wife' Recap: As Peter's Trial Begins, Jason Must Face His Feelings

The creators of The Good Wife have often said the show could just as easily be called "The Education of Alicia Florrick," but in this week's second-to-last episode, "Verdict," we see that Peter's learned nearly as much. It's time for a reckoning. Show More Summary

'Game of Thrones' latest twist was expected yet shocking at the same time

And finally, our long national nightmare is over. Yes, after months of guessing, theorizing, and outright lies, the reveal of whether dead is dead for Jon Snow came only two episodes into the show’s sixth season SEE ALSO: Kit Harington...Show More Summary

Dopapod & Soul Monde Deliver A Game Musicianship To BSP Kingston (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Northeast progressive rock/dance music band Dopapod rolled into Kingston, NY, on the tail end of their spring tour along with funk/jazz duo Soule Monde. BSP Kingston opened up their larger back theater for the first time of the year for the show. Show More Summary

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