There’s a wide range here. Martellus Bennett tweeted out what his mind looks like through the use of emojis on Friday morning. They included quite the variety of emojis, like fire, peaches, the world, rockets, and plenty of others. Here's what my mind really looks like... Show More Summary
She has been called the mother of modern medicine. Henrietta Lacks' cells are the most widely studied in the medical world, credited with leading to important breakthroughs. They also tell a story of betrayal. When Lacks, a poor black woman, died of cervical cancer in 1951, she had no idea...
Apple's 28th annual World Wide Developers Conference comes home. Long before the halls of Moscone West or the stage at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, Apple's World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) was held at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose. Show More Summary
Andrew Zimmern has made his mark on the television world by eating things most Americans won't. His Travel Channel show, Bizarre Foods, brought attention to the fact there's a whole wide culinary world that ranges far beyond that of Big Gulps and burger franchises. At a time when the world,...
There’s a wide world to explore when it comes to papercraft, but we reserve special praise for fully functional builds. [Aliaksei Zholner’s] working papercraft organ is a stunning example of what can be achieved with skill and perseverance. The...Show More Summary
Whoa! New York Giants shocked the sports world on Monday after news broke of them releasing former #1 wide receiver Victor Cruz, according to Art Stapleton of the Record and Kimberly Jones of NFL.com. I’m told the NYG just released Victor Cruz. Show More Summary
Despite declining earnings expectations, AAPL's share price just broke above its record closing high (from Feb 2015). As WSJ notes, the tech giant’s shares–among the most widely held and actively traded in the world–hit $133.42 moments ago, trading above their record close of $133 from February 2015. Show More Summary
The benefits of coaching have long been shown in research, yet is widely underused in the physician community. For decades, executive coaching has been used to in the corporate world for executives, and their teams to increase efficiency and performance. Business and marketing coaching frequently used by small business professionals helps grow and expand their […]
Click here for reuse options! With "alternative facts" gaining traction, the door to misinformation is wide open. Seeing terms like "post-truth" and "alternative facts" gain traction in the news convinces me that politicians, media workers and readers could benefit from a refresher course in how science helps us understand the world. Show More Summary
Winona Ryder has opened up about losing her virginity and taking drugs when she was a teenager, according to Interview Magazine. The 45-year-old Stranger Things actress, who gave the world a wide range of meme-worthy facial expressions...Show More Summary
As the cloud matures, there are many organizations working to make it a more secure and well-governed technology. One of the primary companies is Hortonworks Inc., known primarily for its development and support of Hadoop. “That’s what...Show More Summary
Whichever definition you prefer for democracy, at the base of it are the people and the vote. In his 1956 book A Preface to The Democratic Theory, political scientist Robert Dahl provided a handy and widely cited 8-point list of conditions...Show More Summary
Since 2013, when the W3C decided to standardize DRM for web videos, activists, security researchers and disabled rights advocates have been asking the organization what it plans on doing about the laws that make it illegal to bypassShow More Summary
The Islamic State shocked the world with its use and publication of graphic violence. Its coordinated media apparatus and social-media campaigns have been widely discussed and studied, but little is actually known about its media strategy, a potent blend of weaponized images and creative poaching from American popular culture. In my new research project, funded […]
By Andy Greenberg for WIRED. It’s safe to say that any digital privacy bill written more than three years before the invention of the World Wide Web is probably due for an overhaul. But the Electronic Communications Privacy Act has persisted...Show More Summary
So you want to learn how to speak French? Très bien ! French is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, being official in 29 countries. These include Canada and Haiti in North America, French Guiana in South America, more...Show More Summary
If you’ve been skiing for a decent amount of time, you’ve probably noticed that ski shapes have changed dramatically in the past two-plus decades. The skis of today with all of their technological quirks and shaping advances look nothing like the long, straight skis of yesteryear. Show More Summary
Here are the answers to the Safe Internet Day Quick Quiz. How many of them did you get right? What is the internet? World Wide Web How many websites are there worldwide at the end of 2011? Above 555 million What’s the most wicked activity...Show More Summary
Apple's WebKit team on Tuesday proposed a new Community Group at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) that will focus on developing a new standard API, perhaps based on Metal, for accelerating GPU-based 3D graphics and general computation for the web.
The Bus Pirate is one of our favorite tool for quick-and-dirty debugging in the microcontroller world. Essentially it makes it easy to communicate with a wide variety of different chips via a serial terminal regardless of the type of bus that the microcontroller uses. Show More Summary