You are not hallucinating ... I added this link on after I sent you the list. I figured it was better to get it sooner rather than later.
Ron Bakker has designed the world’s most sustainable building – and it just so happens to be the world’s smartest, too, in Amsterdam.
The best way to stay in touch is to continue brushing up on your knowledge while also maintaining experience. It’s the perfect storm or combination of skills to help you succeed in the industry.
Ableton Live is the software that the Launchpad was created for. Looks pretty cool. From their site: "used for creating musical ideas, turning them into finished songs, and even taking them onto the stage."
I'm not sure if you watch Stranger Things. I don't (yet). I put this in because I had never seen the "Launchpad" sample trigger grid and the artist seems pretty talented.
When I posed this question on Twitter, the stories poured out and patterns emerged. Real regrets are about bad choices in love, learning and loss, being held back by fear – and self-blame
The life of Promethea Pythaitha has the makings of a Greek myth.
While it's hard to measure such things precisely, a pretty good argument can be made that 2017 is Silicon Valley's crappiest year on record. And the global tech hub has only itself to blame. (I'm not sure what a cute baby has to do with the article, except perhaps that he looks a bit miffed. Or maybe it's the crappy part :-) )
In the absence of physical evidence, scientists are employing powerful computational tools to attempt to solve the greatest aviation mystery of our time: the disappearance of flight MH370.
On paper, smartphones are amazing pieces of glass. They have magically cured boredom as we always have something to do ...
Ísafjörður's city officials took a page from the centuries-old art of trompe-l'œil painting.
Take a cue from the Girl Scouts: Provide them with more challenges…and more danger.
It’s a standard science trivia question: Who discovered the structure of DNA? Not many people know the story behind one of the greatest scientific achievements of the 20th century, or the name of the scientist without whose data Watson and Crick were working blind: Rosalind Franklin.
There are better ways than shouting back.
Back in February, Lego revealed it would be turning Maia Weinstock’s Women of NASA Lego Ideas submission into an official set, and this morning we have our first look at the production versions ...
Maggie Leung, VP of Content at Nerdwallet, has encountered every management challenge. Here, she shares the one practice that helps her thrive through difficult decisions and conversations.
Human creativity, enhanced by today’s amazing breakthroughs in technology, could make any destination reachable.
Frances Glessner Lee created meticulous and gruesome dioramas of murder scenes, which are still used to train police today.