"All people have to do is look this shit up, and you will be pissed," said Mark Healey, a man who has made a global reputation by surfing some of the largest waves on the planet. Today, Mark is standing in the pouring rain at the Haleiwa...Show More Summary
Up until the mid-19th century, childbirth was something men avoided. Women had babies in a room full of other women, aided by female midwives and nurses. Then the profession of "doctor" began to mean more than "guy who waves burningShow More Summary
NASCAR has its traditions, but innovation is its heart and soul and the organization has just taken another step to prove it. Earlier this week NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) announced that it was bumping its...Show More Summary
From trending acronyms that exposed isolation fears to the Miley Cyrus-inspirited dancing infiltration of social media video, not only were these the top used phrases of 2013, but this new wave of pop culture united brands and individuals across multiple social networks. read more
George Zimmerman can now add "painter" to his resume after the former neighborhood watchman purportedly listed an original painting on eBay. The 18-by-24-inch canvas features a blue, waving American flag with the words, "God, one nation, with liberty and justice for all" emblazoned across it. The auction was posted Monday at a starting bid of […]
The IRGC Intelligence Unit has arrested two individuals active on Facebook, in a continuing wave of arrests against Internet and social media users and professionals. Mohammad Amin Akrami and Mehdi Rayshahri Tangestani are the latest detainees of IRGC, according to Kaleme Website.
Welcome to this years top ten list of women who are making waves in technology. This is a moment where the Chip Chick team takes a stroll down memory lane to highlight some of the breathtakingly impressive and simply amazing feats that women have undertaken this year. Show More Summary
Link to Program In tonight’s edition of Planet Waves FM, I cover Tuesday morning’s Gemini Full Moon and the revelation that came with it: there is a federal judge who was willing to go on... This is content summary only. Please visit Planet Waves Daily Astrology Blog for full links, other content, and more!
Like a lot of films that have come to viewed as classics, Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy didn’t make a lot of waves when it was released in July of 2004. It was thoroughly trounced at the box office its opening weekend by Spider-Man...Show More Summary
Three officers killed in a blast outside a Shia mosque in Rawalpindi, the latest attack in wave of sectarian violence.
It's December 17, 2013 and 80 degrees (F) in Los Angeles - we are in the midst of a mini-heat wave whilst the rest of the continent is shivering. People are busy doing last minute Christmas shopping and life in Southern California is Zen. Show More Summary
Concerns about overdoing the ad experience of the social-media giant's users are addressed with new video format.
McLaren may be the first manufacturer to eliminate the need for windscreen wiper blades, with reports the British supercar manufacturer is developing a system reliant on sound waves. UK media reports McLaren is designing a system adapted...Show More Summary
Glimmers of perfection.
Mercenary Links Dec 17th: Fed faces tough decision... how inequality became a household word... a call to end the US oil export ban... a house for sale in Bitcoins, windshield wipers made of sound waves, and more.
The Liberals’ Alistair Coe is vigorously waving his rules of order over the tendering processes for Capital Metro: The Capital Metro light rail agency has awarded more than $600,000 to a consulting company without testing the market according to freedom of information documents, Shadow Minister for Transport Alistair Coe said today. “In addition to the poor [...]
Not content with accolades out the wazoo for the first season of The Walking Dead, Telltale has set their sights high for the next season. Namely, they want to see if they can trigger a wave of suicides, because this is the single most depressing game you’ll play all year, and Telltale put it out in winter.
Penguins are the ultimate team players, because as it turns out, when they waddle in a huddle they move just like cars. Basically, when one of them takes a step, that triggers a coordinated wave throughout the whole group — and it’s very similar to how cars inch forward in a traffic jam, New Scientist explains. Show More Summary
Get ready to see a lot more acquisition activity amongst junior and midtier miners.
New experimental techniques map out wave properties only known previously from theory.