"What's happening is bigger than any one of us": a conversation with historian Michael Bess. Artificial intelligence has become the pet anxiety of luminaries like Elon Musk, Bill Gates, and Stephen Hawking.
05/27/2016 · by carylsue · in Classroom Ideas, Current Event Connection, Geography In the News, Main. · SCIENCE A rare genome has been identified in an ancient body pulled from a sarcophagus on a site
Have you ever wondered if you’ve got the commitment and willpower to write a book? Well, whether you’ve tried and failed or you’re just toying with the idea of exercising your writing skills, this free
Sometimes, the best way to fix deep-seated Windows issues is to burn everything to the ground and start from scratch. Reinstalling Windows refreshes the operating system, which gets rid of most corruption,
A tale of dead dinosaurs and ecological recovery is written in the Gulf of Mexico’s seabed. The Gulf of Mexico, rich in oil deposits, is no stranger to offshore drilling. But for the first time ever, expedition
Wholesomeness isn't a word that's usually associated with pornography, but that's how Kate Sinclaire describes what she does. "I've often compared what I do to the organic movement," Ms. Sinclaire says.
Book Talk Plants are capable of solving problems and learning from past experiences. When Paleolithic painters decorated the walls of the caves at Chauvet, in France, they chose stunning motifs of horses
You may not know the names Majid Al Maskati and Jordan Ullman of the house-R&B group Majid Jordan, but you know their work. The two co-wrote the Drake hit, “Hold On, We’re Going Home.” And on February
Don’t feel guilty about buying used books: Writers won’t see a dime of that sale, but it’s the long game that counts
(CHRISsadowski via iStock) It’s always good when consumers are aware of how creators get paid—but there’s no shame in not buying new Rachel Kramer Bussel January 16, 2016 9:30pm (UTC) Recently, writer