This week: Science, Technology, Family, Sports, and Relationships!
This week: Cities, Education, Media, Technology, and War!
This week: Crime, Law, Science, Technology, and Education!
First day of the official Tech Tuesday!
This Week: Science, Technology, Food, Energy, and Space!
This Week: Religion, Media, Crime, Technology, War
Boys and their toys, girls and their whirls.
This week: Cities, Religion, Energy, Space, Transportation, and Technology!
This week: Energy, Technology, Science, Earth, and Beyond!
This week: Economics, Babies, Health, Technology, Education, and Religion!
You don’t know the power of the dark post.
This week! Cities, Planet, Business, Technology, Transportation, Food, and Mind.
A status check on technological disruption in the legal profession.
This Week! Cities, Crime, Education, Technology, Sports, and Transportation
There’s something happenin’ here. What it is ain’t exactly clear. But it’s awesome.
Technology! And the finer things…
Since the world outside of the mind sucks, let us explore the life of the mind.
This Week: Education, Family, Healthcare, Psychology, and Technology!
Some technology links and light discussion.
Education, Innovative Housing, Europe, Technology, Energy, and Space!
This week: Business, Copyright, Crime, Labor, Resources, and Technology!
It’s been fun.
Synthetic fingertips, paid dates, and more.
This Week: Sports, Food, Resources, Government, Cities, and Technology!
This Week! Britain, Gender, Society, Technology, Politics, and Religion!
What is the future of higher education? Face to Face? Online? One veteran practitioner’s opinion informed by experience.
Sometimes you have to do things the old-fashioned way.
Ethan Gach pokes fun at our seemingly bizarre devotion to Apple on the eve of its new product reveal.
Or, Mad Rocket Scientist reads the newspaper… and some magazines… and the Internet…
Last year around this time I would have given anything to get my hands on a Steam Machine, but now that it’s becoming a reality, I’m struggling to remember why I was ever excited about it.
Franzen argues that modernity has left Americans mired in distraction, and critics help prove his point.
Jason asks: “What are your predictions?” In the spirit of the early League, I’ll frame mine in terms of his: “All or nearly all cars will be driverless. As a result, transit will be unrecognizable.” We already have driverless cars. They’re called trains. Lots of people use them in some places, and not so many…
At the end of every term for at least the last half-dozen years, I’ve had to take a week (or two—the task probably isn’t done by the end of a single week) and re-teach myself how to read. I start with a novel: something with prose I want to savor, but nothing too twisting or…
Many have debated the President’s remarks from last Tuesday night’s State of the Union speech. E.D. Kain thought it was very successful, providing the American audience with a “rousing speech about the American dream, the American promise–the indispensable nation that is us…” Andrew Sullivan was disappointed because the speech didn’t lay out a clear vision for…
I’ve always been a bit of a outsider. I’m partially naturally inclined that way and partially fond of being interested in things that a minority is, which is why I’ve been questioning whether I really do think Google+ is superior to Facebook. And I do. I grew up in the age of Facebook. I remember…