|Beautiful photographs of frozen bubbles.|
Years of hard work go into earning a graduate degree. Yet your thesis or dissertation can be reduced to a single sentence: LOL My Thesis.
“Our modern age is characterized by a sadness which calls for a new kind of prophet. Not the prophets of old who reminded people that they were going to die, but someone who will remind them that they are not dead yet.” If this strikes the slightest chord with you, read more from Do It: 20 Years of Famous Artists' Irreverent Instructions for Art Anyone Can Make.
Science reveals the many reasons why it's extremely difficult to castrate a hippo.
Science is giving you plenty of time to plan ahead for the total solar eclipse of 21 August 2017. It even has its own website.
Science helps us keep track of earthquakes. 82 already today.
Oxymoron? Top medieval news of 2013.
|Doesn't look like much, does it? But these are 100 year old frozen photographic negatives found in Antarctica. See the developed images at the link.|
A new batch of IBM's 5 in 5 (5 things that will change our lives in 5 years) is here.
- "The rapid digitization of educational institutions will allow unprecedented instrumentation of the learning process." Sounds scary to me.
- "Buying local will beat buying online." I could go for that.
- Doctors will use your DNA to make treatment decisions.
- Goodbye passwords, hello digital guardian.
- Augmented reality for city living.
- Confusing difficulty with rigor.
- Mistaking process for understanding.
- Teaching concepts that are developmentally inappropriate.
|This is my favorite picture from Code One Magazine's best photos of 2013.|
Be aware when dining out - new IRS rules means restaurants can't automatically add a gratuity to your check.
Who are the worst NFL TV announcers? I don't know about the worst, but I always liked Mike Patrick.
If you already know what "the day the eagle shits" means, you don't need this booklet of military slang.
The festive junk machine - robotic Christmas musicians you control.
...to make new things familiar and familiar things new. ~Charles Makepeace Thackerary