The focus switches from Peco to Smile this week, as he is about to be swept into something he doesn't want to be a part of. His coach wants to bring out his skills, but as we all know, Smile doesn't want to make that effort. Let's jump in and see where everyone is headed this episode. No matter what happens, we're going to get some Yuasa goodness. Read more...
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How unlucky am I? I was walking down the street the other day when a black cat crossed my path. The black cat said, “Shit! Bad luck!” Now Kid Congo Powers, on the other hand, is a lucky guy. He’s spent virtually his entire life at the...Show More Summary
The social media giant finally moves into the 'people discovery' space.
Our evolving data model shows the most likely locations for the plane's remains, according to recent evidence. We're now entering the 6th week of search of MH370, and the 5th week of FastCoLab's MH370 model. There are two major developments since the last installment of this series. Read Full Story
In my most recent column, I talked about listening for the "ping," or voice in our personal lives. Looking past what we think is on the surface, and trying to find the truth deep down. The same could be said for our political leadership. Show More Summary
But will the Lakers and Celtics sneak into the top three?
I finished up the last level for #PINGPlus. To set scores now. pic.twitter.com/UTx0JixC2g — Christopher F Arnold (@Kurisuellegarde) April 14, 2014
Just a few days remain in the NBA regular season, which means the beginning of the offseason for half of the league. After an entire year of collecting ping pong balls, it's finally time for the teams at the top of the draft to begin...Show More Summary
The U.S. Navy is deploying an underwater drone in the Indian Ocean as the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 heads into the deep. With investigators believing the black box emitting radio "pings" all week has died, new evidence has surfaced that dramatic fluctuations in the plane's altitude were intended to avoid radar. Show More Summary
CNN is reporting that a U.S. official with firsthand knowledge of the investigation into the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 says that a cell phone tower in Penang, Malaysia – about 250 miles from where the flight disappeared – detected the co-pilot’s phone searching for service around the time the plane vanished.
After six days with no fresh pings detected, the chief of the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 says it's time to go underwater. The Bluefin-21 underwater autonomous vehicle will now be deployed to search for wreckage in an area defined by signals picked up last week that are believed...
Petroski: In spite of promising pings this past week, the search for and possible retrieval of the black box and other remains of Malaysian Airways Flight 370 may continue for some time.
Investigators searching for missing Flight MH370 in the southern Indian Ocean are facing some discouraging developments as the ping signals they had been receiving from what they believe are the plane’s black boxes have ended. This can be an indication that the batteries have died. Black box batteries are only made to last for about
The multinational flotilla scouring the seas to the west of Perth, Australia for signs of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have not heard any electronic pings from the plane's cockpit voice or data recorders since April 8, suggesting...Show More Summary
After four strong signals were heard last week, no new electronic pings have been detected since Tuesday, April 8th, in the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet. This means (or, keeping in line with nearly every new piece of information about the missing flight: could mean) that the black box's batteries have finally died. Read more...
Covering yourself in bees is one way to generate marketing buzz. She Ping, a Chinese beekeeper and honey merchant, covered his body in more than 460,000 bees in a publicity stunt designed to increase sales of his honey using a technique...Show More Summary
PERTH, Australia (AP) — After a week of optimism over four underwater signals believed to be coming from the missing Malaysian plane, the sea has gone quiet and Australia's leader is warning that the massive search will likely be lo...
#FunFact about #PINGPlus. We use full songs for each world rather than cheap loopable music. We had to loop it on the original #PING. — NAMI TENTOU / ???? (@NAMITENTOU) April 12, 2014
The race against the dying batteries on the so-called black boxes of the missing Malaysian airliner may have been lost. The Joint Agency Coordination Center says that there have been no new sounds emanating from the depths of the Indian Ocean in the past 24 hours. That being said, the search continues. The center says […]