Radical Something Live - I got a chance to check them out live this weekend
BBC News Technology reports here on an interesting feature of Google's self-driving cars: they are programmed to break the speed limit in certain circumstances. If surrounding cars are speeding, the Google car may deduce that driving below the limit would be unsafe and so accelerate by up to 10mph to match the other cars.
The world has seemingly lost its moral sense of decency, love, care, and humanity. Murder, mayhem, destruction is an everyday common occurrence. Mothers against daughters, father against sons. The more gruesome, the more heinous, the more exposure, the more people garner attention to themselves. WHAT? Decapitation and cannibalism has become Internet entertainment. ISIS, yeah we…
I walk through our mountain house that hides from the rest of the world that lies beyond the woods. I stop as I enter the living room. I can see my four-year old son sitting on the floor. His castle is before him. Some of his men are laid out around the carpet, while others balance precariously on plastic turrets. In his imagination, a battle is going on between good and evil and I am about to trounce upon it and disturb his carefully planned strategies. Carefully, I take another step. But the room and floor are empty. The image that was so real to me, was just a shadow from long ago.
The Dramatis Personæ is the roster of conjurers and sentient magical creatures staying in the many rooms, grottos, and byways of Lita’s castle. Here is an entry in the guest book for the Clockpunk Wizard Wing. Bright [brīt] proper noun, c.1000; ME >OE beorht, breht > Gothic bairht, Old Saxon beraht, Old Norse bjartr; < berkto- Welsh …
Obviously Kava is not for everyone, it literally tastes like mud! However it makes an ideal additive to cocktails or to a warm drink just prior to going to
On Sunday morning I opened my fridge to the quintessential first-world problem-more food than I knew what to do with: seven egg whites, a sad close-to-withering red bell pepper, one fennel bulb (what was I planning on doing with that?), and a lonesome carrot. I usually chop all my veggies and throw them into an omelette, but…
The freelance checklist list covers the top things you should consider when it comes to going freelance. Once you’ve completed it, it will give you a score.
Everything works That’s right. Everything. Going for a jog, it works. Swinging a kettlebell, it works (damn right it does). Heavy deadlifting, light
I hate to admit it but there are a lot of things on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram that are really, really annoying. To be honest though, I am an active participant in many of those really, really, annoying things. I definitely use filters on all my pictures (they make everything look better), I was a candy crush addict (may or may not have spent at least $40 on the game for extra lives) and every now and then I partake in a #TBT (#nostalgia), but there is one trend that I don't think I can ever get on board with.
We drove to Vermont last week for two days and checked out the amazing Quechee Gorge Village, and I found the most amazing thrift store by accident.
People attach a stigma to those who prefer to be alone. We must redefine the words "introvert" and "alone" In the minds of extrovert leaders and management, "introvert" and "alone" are pejorative labels.
Tiles, cement, glue and metal plates: These are the tools of Graziano Locatelli. Familiar to most people, these elements are so often in places of comfort, such as the restroom or the kitchen, and his images of breakage and emergency evoke unsettled and surreal feelings. Locatelli says, "the subject of the breakage that bewitches me."
So is Friday a finish line line we can either cross the fastest and the strongest or is it just last day of the work week?
All of this — the house in the suburbs, the family, the real estate license, the barbecues and dinner parties, the strip mall hair salon and full grocery cart — it's a construct. You're not a happily married mother of two children under six: you're a weapon.
Acqua pazza, or 'crazy water' is the humorous term for an extremely easy, but tasty Neapolitan method for poaching fish in tomato and garlic scented water.