Last year we released Hello Weather 3.0 and added a radar feature for the first time. It was way better than having no radar whatsoever, but it was still a rather bare-bones affair, with limited…
Archive for August, 2018
The local experts who guided Anthony Bourdain in Vietnam, Peru, Japan, and beyond had a view of the larger-than-life figure that few were privy to.
These photographers explored the implications of a culture of pervasive monitoring.
Now you can add [daily, weekly, monthly, yearly] repeating events to the Basecamp schedule. Here’s how it works: This feature has been a long time coming. Thanks to everyone who sent in a request, to…
I can’t remember if this is a real movie plot, or if I just want it to be. A man with a boring job is on his way to work when his attention is caught by some unexpected detail in […]
Alyssa Gilderhus had been a patient at Mayo for about two months, ever since having a ruptured brain aneurysm on Christmas Day.
New York City said the doghouses on sidewalks outside stores were illegal but they are welcome at rest stops along the New York State Thruway.
Richard Russell, Who Stole Plane Near Seattle, Raises Troubling Security Questions - The New York Times
Richard B. Russell, a ground service agent at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, flew a turboprop aircraft for nearly an hour over Puget Sound.
Instead of quixotically convincing some of the most valuable business enterprises in the history of the world to behave against their interests, we should convince individuals to adopt a much more skeptical and minimalist approach to the digital junk these companies peddle.
The blood red falls tumble out of a glacier 100 feet to a lake below.
Ankiel makes it official, announces on Cards broadcast that he'll try comeback at age 39 | Cardinal Beat | stltoday.com
Saying 'my kids want to see me play' and 'I want to take this (comeback) seriously,' the former Cardinals pitcher and outfielder said he will need three or four months
The batty, explosive history of bats in the military — and why this new idea just might work - The Washington Post
A plan to conscript bats as tiny bombers failed in the past. But bats might save us from bioterror in the future.
Facebook has asked large U.S. banks to share detailed financial information about customers, including card transactions and checking-account balances, as it seeks to boost user engagement.
On a new four-disc reissue of George Michaelâs mostly acoustic, bossa nova-inflected LP from 1990, the pleasures of the flesh co-exist with a deepening spiritual malaise.
Understated logo and interlocking monogram by art director for New Order and Joy Division
Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today we revisit the liminal sex-pop of George Michaelâs 1988 debut album.
I saw him in a hotel room in the David Whitney building in Detroit. I was staying there for an Illustration Conference. I came to this conference to gather insights, experiences, and advice for the…
A new book argues that work that is of no real value has proliferated. No wonder productivity is stagnant.
Multiple Accounts in a product is a difficult to design for. It’s not a typical thing, though. Most have just one Google, Apple, Instagram account. However, some might want to share an iPad or…
People have been celebrating the summer season with The Sandlot for more than 25 years now, enjoying all its cheerful childhood trash talk, creepy lifeguard kissing strategies, and educational treatises on the nature of s’mores. But does David Mickey Evans’ 1993 baseball classic—and its two direct-to-video sequels—really answer the deep questions lurking at the heart of its setting? Does it offer up all the delicious lore we require to really understand Smalls, and all the ways he’s killing us?