Looks like Twitter’s streaming video news deal with Bloomberg was just the first of more than a dozen content partnerships that it’s announcing today. The company unveiled the full slate at the NewFronts, where online publishers pitch their content to advertisers. (This was the first time Twitter’s held its own NewFronts presentation.) Read More
Energy is the answer to so many questions. But what is energy? That is the question. The post How a Missing Penny Explains the Conservation of Energy appeared first on WIRED.
Ford announced an updated Fusion Hybrid development vehicle for its autonomous driving testing late in December, and the car was on display at CES this year. The new vehicles include both a new platform in the base Fusion vehicle, and a new virtual driver system, which covers sensors arranged around the car, the sensor fusion […]
With a week left in charge, the EPA makes a change that’ll be hard to undo. The post EPA Locks in Fuel Economy Rules So Trump Can’t Rip Them Up appeared first on WIRED.
“I’ve never let my schooling interfere with my education.” — Mark Twain We’re taught the basics of communication early in the classroom. To be able to read, write, and speak effectively, we had to learn vocabulary, grammar, spelling, handwriting, and pronunciation. They were, however, focused on the rudimentary goal of imparting or exchanging information. Communication goes much […]
Every time I hear someone say they they can’t do anything with a ripe banana, I cringe. There are so many things you can do with ripe bananas! Sure, they aren’t as appetizing by themselves, but they most definitely can serve you in a variety of ways. Cookie, cakes, smoothies, and breads — there’s just […]
I’m not crying, you’re crying. This is Lainy Fredrickson. She’s a 21-year-old special needs student at Norman High School in Norman, Oklahoma. Courtesy Mona Fredrickson Last Friday, the Norman High girl’s basketball team was playing against their rival Norman North when attendees got to witness something special. In the final moments of the game, play […]
Growing up, I was known as the “quiet, nerdy kid”. I didn’t talk much during meals, at school, or social gatherings. Often, people thought I was anti-social or lacking presentation skills. Some of my friends even had the first impression that I hated them when we first met. Just because I didn’t talk (and with […]