From “Ghostbusters” and “Gremlins” to “Alien" and "Jaws.
Wired magazine found infighting and incompetence at the social media giant.
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He also has one of my favorite This American Life stories where has something of an epiphany about life, decides to live
The police raid came hours after Wired magazine and Gizmodo published articles saying that their investigations showed Wright, who they said was an Australian academic, was probably the secretive bitcoin creator.
Buyers can take their merchandise once they identify themselves via some unique codes (numeric, eye or finger print), and buyers can press a button to send the drones back to their point of origin. Think of this as an electronic version of Harry Potter's owl, Hedwig.
We spoke to the co-founders of the popular magazine. Here's the wisdom they shared with us.
There are some interesting technologies available (and on the horizon) that might provide a solution to the problems related to physically distributing products. In particular, drones and 3-D printers hold a lot of promise in the not so distant future.
So, if the description of a single dress -- a still image -- can be so polarizing, what does this say about eyewitness identification and memory of an event that likely occurred in a traumatic situation?
I thought nothing more about the disagreement as I left the kitchen to put the dogs out. But the next morning I was startled to see that "the dress" was dominating social media. What had started as a question on Tumblr was now a national obsession. How could some people see black and blue where I saw gold and white?
"When they think they're getting dirt, we give them vegetables," she continued. "Which is kind of what 'The Daily Show' does
It's a sitting crisis. The offices we've imprisoned ourselves in are increasing our health care costs and taking a toll on our productivity and mental health.
Marcus Wohlsen wrote a great article about Apple for Wired Magazine. We liked it, so we visualized it using some of our latest techniques.