When I was a kid I went to summer camp in South Jersey, on a farm in a remote spot in Salem County. It’s an arts and...
Mar 31 2014, 1:03am CDT
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Earlier this month, Samuel Arbesman argued in Wired that the world needs more generalists, dabblers and polymaths. He...
Dec 27 2013, 1:36am CST
Okay, so we know that Ed Sheeran isn't a fan, but here at Sugarscape HQ we're bloody obsessed with emojis. Like...to the point where we invested that slightly ridiculous 'Totes Emoji' game where we get loads of bands to feel each other up act out their faves.
So, with this in mind, you can probably imagine just how excited we are that you can now turn YOURSELF into an actual emoj ...
Full article at: Sugarscape
11 hours ago, 11:58am CDT
Vizio and LGE are friends again
Jan 19 2011, 8:07am CST
Source: The Washington Post
Despite the sudden collapse of patent legislation in Congress earlier this year, most policymakers agree that patent trolls are a huge drag on the U.S. economy. By filing one frivolous lawsuit after another, trolls extract enormous payments from companies simply by claiming infringement — they don't have to do very much to back up their assertions, nor do they have to be using the patents to sue. Read full artic ...
Full article at: The Washington Post
Jul 15 2014, 8:47am CDT
eLocity A7 hits Amazon
Sep 9 2010, 7:13am CDT
Source: The Stranger
Behind the World Cup: Arcade Journal, the only architectural magazine in the Pacific Northwest (that is not a good thing), has just posted an excellent essay called "The Limits of Favela Chic." It is by Lisa Sturdivant, a young and Seattle-based urban planner. The essay is about the slums in the cities of the country that's currently hosting the global spectacle called 2014 World Cup. Anyone who has watched the ads and coverage (makeshift soccer field ...
Full article at: The Stranger
Jul 10 2014, 7:18pm CDT
Google celebrates today the Bar code with a Barcode doodle instead of the Google logo on their homepage. 57 years ago...
Oct 7 2009, 12:56am CDT