When I was a little girl, summer was a time filled with lazy days, family, friends and neighbors. My siblings and I spent our time at the local swim club surrounded by our friends; swimming, playing tennis, ping pong, and just hanging out. Show More Summary
We’ve seen lots of trick shot compilations before, but this ping pong one is especially brain-melting. Exhibit A Exhibit B Exhibit C (...)
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If you think a good company culture means having a ping pong table in the break room, think again. Thanks to the influx of young startups in Silicon Valley and beyond, company culture has become a standard by which to judge all businesses, new and old. Show More Summary
If you've ever used Tinder, then this has happened to you. You get a notification, "You have a match!" A ping of excitement is felt in your stomach, maybe this is the one you privately think. You see the match after opening the app and remember why you swiped right in the first place, almost always because one of their photos. Show More Summary
Students at Stanford University have programmed a robot to play ping pong. And the bot looks like it’s got more game than most humans. As part of a class assignment, a team of students in the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at the...Show More Summary
Screencap via Designers Dhruv Saxena, Ciarán Duffy, and John Ferreira at the Copenhagen Institute of Interactive Design have come up with a new kind of drum machine that runs on, of all things, ping pong balls. The "Haptic Hang Drum"...Show More Summary
Office lingo is a language all of its own. Phrases like "Let’s talk offline" or "Ping me later" are things you would never say to a friend or family member, but for some reason these phrases are tossed around the office everyday. And...Show More Summary
Hell is no more. The dark web online hacking forum was shut down abruptly on Wednesday by its own founder and overlord, a hacker only known as Ping. The forum gained notoriety over the last couple of months after a member dumped theShow More Summary
Less than a week after the ATSB pinged Qantas for a seriously too low A330 approach to Melbourne Airport it has called out Virgin Australia for flying much too low to the same airport in a Boeing 777. The Virgin Australia serious incident occurred on 15 August 2013 at the end of a non-stop flight [...]
by Angela Guess Serhad Doken recently wrote for Wireless Week, “This article is not about how many billions of devices will be connected to the Internet, how these machines will be tweeting to or pinging each other… No, the aim of this article is to provide some thoughts to the ‘So, then what?’ question. Show More Summary
Judging by yesterday’s front page, the tabloid won’t be changing its approach to welfare or disability coverage anytime soon. Max Chalmers reports.
“A YEAR OF PING PONG” is a short film by Supermarché that follows The New York Times crossword puzzle editor Will Shortz as he plays ping pong every day for a year. Will Shortz tests his own limits of committment, and his brains ability to be fully activated. “Playing ping pong everyday is sort of […]
Just when you thought Las Vegas had come up with everything tourists could possibly do poolside, Linq Hotel announces a new pastime: ping pong. Starting Friday, July 10, the resort teams up with USA Table Tennis.
Apple Music Connect is like another version of Apple’s failed Ping service. It’s being promoted as a way to keep in touch with your favorite artists, but man is it impersonal. My Connect page is full of bland PR-style stuff … Read more ›
The patio at the Twilight Exit: sun, shade, and ping pong. Kelly O It's hot out. Recently someone asked me for suggestions of good places to eat and cool off. I think the subtext of the question was really, "What bars and restaurants in Seattle have air conditioning?" To be honest, I don't know. Show More Summary
“Women on the Map” pings you whenever you’re near a site significant to women’s history.
TFBTV Presents: The Blue Danube Waltz (In 30-06). That harmonious ping produced by the ejection of an en-bloc clip is music to our ears, so why not set it to a nice tune? We do hope you enjoy! This recording (sans the Garands) of the...Show More Summary
We know him as the master puzzle maker, his New York Times byline synonymous with imminent frustration. But away from the newsprint grid, Will Shortz moonlights as a devoted ping-pong player and the founder of the Westchester Table Tennis Center. After being told by a neuroscientist a few years ago... More »