Investing in a supposedly “smart” future won’t overcome the failure to get the “dumb” stuff right. The former mayor of Seattle explains.
Archive for January, 2020
Maybe someday, officials will put up a statue marking this quaint village as the birthplace of "Calvin and Hobbes. " Just don't expect cartoonist...
‘Sylvester Stallone said it didn’t have balls. So we raised it one decibel – and he loved it’
How did two tunes from a vintage musical make their way into an out-of-this-world film?
Memories of Mississippi Nights: 13 years ago it turned out the lights for good | Post-Dispatch Archives | stltoday.com
When Mississippi Nights closed its doors on Jan. 19, 2007, St. Louis lost the club on which was built its reputation as a player on the national music scene.
I discovered that we’re building a digital surveillance state much like the one in China.
If you want to see more homes built in your city, good urban design isn’t your enemy. And neither are those who insist on it.
Color stuck? Try the color palette finding technique graphic designers love
Depeche Mode, T. Rex, and the Doobie Brothers also make this yearâs induction class
Gaming fanatics will soon be able to play real-life versions of their favorite Nintendo titles, Universal Studios Japan has promised, as it teased details about its new theme park.
A study examined a popular approach that coordinated care for the most expensive patients, and found that the project did not reduce hospital admissions.
bungled a self-created controversy
Special sunglasses, license-plate dresses, Juggalo face paint: How to be anonymous in the age of surveillance | The Seattle Times
A fringe movement of privacy advocates are experimenting with clothes, makeup and accessories as a defense against some surveillance technologies. Some wearers desire to opt-out of “surveillance capitalism,” while others...
Despite warnings from security researchers, the number of exposed images has risen.
Learn how to use the HTML autocomplete, inputmode and pattern attributes to improve the user experience of logging in.
Neil Peart, the drummer of iconic Canadian band Rush, has died at age 67.
Copyright law for t-shirts & design can be confusing. Let us break it down in a real practical way.
I grew up poor and starving, but a generous neighbor gave my mother and me the best she had. I never forgot that life lesson, and Iâm passing it on to my own children.
Keith Moon accidentally killed Neil Boland, his driver and bodyguard, on Jan. 4, 1970 outside the Red Lion pub in Hatfield, Hertfordshire.
Why college is a Girardian nightmare; *Big Little Lies* on HBO; Proust; memes; why America's greatest feature is both tolerance and rejection of mimesis.
Two hundred years after the Salem witch trials, farmers became convinced that their relatives were returning from the grave to feed on the living
A data-backed recap of the most popular styles, colors, and trends in custom t-shirts this year.