Subway: Chemical Found in Subway Bread A certain harmful chemical found in Subway bread loaves is to be removed soon. A food politics blogger constantly criticized the chain of supposedly healthy subs regarding a flour conditioner it employed. Finally, Subway is ready to mend its ways in response to consumer demand.
Feb 6 2014, 8:35am CST
Texas Pregnant Woman Marlise Munoz Removed from Life Support Marlise Munoz, a pregnant woman on life support had her ventilator and feeding mechanisms removed on a Texas judge’s order. She had been brain-dead and the fetus which had been developing inside her for the past 22 weeks was for all purposes abnormal.
Jan 25 2014, 12:43am CST
Is the BMW i3 In Trouble In California Already? An article from TheStreet.com has declared that just as the i3 is launching, a “critical BMW selling point has been removed, resulting in a huge victory for Tesla as well as BMW’s other competitors.” The...
Jan 23 2014, 2:10am CST
The Reason Personality Tests Go Viral Will Blow Your Mind Please tell me the web personality quiz is NOT making a comeback. Maybe the popularity of these quizzes never even declined.
After rolling my eyes many many times this week, I eventually caved in. I finally took...
Jan 18 2014, 7:26pm CST
Web Performance Is User Experience By Lara Swanson
Think about how you search for things on the web. How quick are you to close a tab and go to the next search engine result if a site takes too long to load? Now consider doing that on your phone while...
Jan 16 2014, 5:36pm CST
Rockstar Promises Swift Justice For GTA Online Cheaters Some of the players in Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto Online, the multiplayer component of GTA 5, have pulled off an impressive heist. Unfortunately, it’s not the kind of heist that developer Rockstar approves of. The game...
Jan 16 2014, 9:26am CST
Yahoo! Failing In Their Attempt To Monetize SNL Video Archive Last year, Yahoo! signed an exclusive one-year deal with Broadway Video to license the 38-year catalog of Saturday Night Live content. As part of the deal, SNL archives were removed from other streaming services, giving...
Jan 16 2014, 9:06am CST
So You Found An Obamacare Website Is Hackable. Now What? Two months ago, L.A.-based security researcher Kristian Erik Hermansen was signing up for Obamacare via the Covered California site. Given his background in finding vulnerabilities in software and websites, spotting...
Jan 15 2014, 6:01pm CST
Asimov's Vision Of 2014 And A Legacy Of Looking Forward Asimov was not only one of the greatest science fiction writers of his generation; he was a prolific author of popular science books (e.g. Guide to Science, Understanding Physics and Asimov’s Chronology of Science and...
Jan 15 2014, 1:11pm CST
Apple's Latest Ad Is Pure Poetry In 11 days, Apple’s Macintosh computer will turn 30 years old. That machine was introduced with a 60-second TV ad that is among the most iconic commercials of all time. Yesterday, the company debuted a new spot (linked...
Jan 13 2014, 9:51am CST
Cursing Toddler Video Goes Viral A video that went viral showed a toddler cursing profanities and displaying his middle finger while being encouraged by three adults. The video was cause for concern since children shouldn’t be exposed to such foul language. The police force has removed the child from the wretched home where he was living under such conditions.
Jan 10 2014, 3:11am CST
Seven Publicity Rules Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know What if you invented a revolutionary product that replaced narcotics to alleviate pain, but you fumbled the public relations (PR) effort and your news got lost in the media echo chamber?
Startups and entrepreneurs in...
Jan 7 2014, 5:06am CST
CES Panel: Brand Advertisers About To Stream Onto YouTube In the last couple of years, YouTube has rapidly evolved from a huge but random collection of videos to a huge collection of videos organized into channels. That has gotten the full attention of both content creators...
Jan 6 2014, 7:16pm CST
7 Ways To Give Yourself An Annual Career Checkup How To Pick And Stick To Career Goals
You go to your doctor once a year for your annual checkup (or ought to), so why not do the same for your career?
A New Year’s review will reveal if you need to take steps to make...
Jan 6 2014, 2:16pm CST
Terri Schiavo Implicitly Affirms Life Support for Jahi McMath The Terri Schiavo Foundation has implicitly affirmed the fact that Jahi McMath ought to be on life support. This is a sensitive case like that of Terri Schiavo which took place years ago and attracted a lot of media attention due to the issue of euthanasia.
Jan 2 2014, 6:06am CST
7 Reasons That Russia Is Not The Soviet Union National Review published a rather overheated piece the other day that contained an entertaining line: “Russia has become the Soviet Union with a better suit”. The idea that Russia is fundamentally the same as the...
Dec 31 2013, 8:46am CST
Inside the real Dragons' Den “Over good wine we came up with the idea of putting ourselves in the middle of people with money and people who need it. We thought of making Dragon’s Den online, it was amazingly flawed.”
This was six years ago and “...
Dec 30 2013, 12:21pm CST
Target: Customers' encrypted PINs were obtained Target says shoppers' encrypted PIN data was removed during data hack but says PINs are secure
ATLANTA (AP) — Target says customers' encrypted PIN data was removed during the massive data breach that...
Dec 27 2013, 12:06pm CST
How Following The Leader Can Create Blind Spots Instincts are generally helpful and occasionally disastrous. For instance, ants have genetically programmed responses to chemical stimuli. If an ant smells the pheromone given off by a dead ant’s body, it responds by...
Dec 27 2013, 8:30am CST
Japan And Abecomics In 2014: One Chart To Watch This is all you need to know about Abenomics and the Nikkei 225:
We are on the front line between reflation and deflation. The market wants to cross into the territory of growth and expansion, but it has structural...
Dec 23 2013, 10:46am CST
David Brooks: A Pseudo-Conservative Exposes Himself (Again) If his December 16 New York Times column, “Strengthen the Presidency,” is any indication, faux-conservative David Brooks has been hitting the spiked Christmas eggnog early and hard. Or maybe, as we’ve seen before, when...
Dec 23 2013, 7:46am CST
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