With all of the internet hate out there, it seems like we’ve strayed off topic. The GamerGate controversy has taken up a lot of our attention. I think It’s time for gamers to get back to playing games
Gravitational waves detected in the aftermath of the Big Bang suggest one universe just might not be enough. Bored with your old dimensions—up and down, right and left, and back and forth? So tiresome.
Oregon-based photographer Matt Payne’s passion for the outdoors shines through in his stunning landscape and nightscape photography. He finds the most enchanting moments in which vibrant colors and lively
Changing Planet Centrolene charapita, one of four new frog species discovered in Peru. This species is semi-transparent. Photograph by Evan Tworney Four new species of see-through frogs, three of which
You’ve heard it before, probably from your mom: Make sure you get enough sleep. But if you need a more scientific justification to turn in early (or give that night-owl neighbor a piece of your mind),
Kill a 7-hour drive with shows that provoke, entertain, and stimulate your brain Praise the podcast! For decades, man has journeyed across this nation fiddling with the FM dial only to hear static. Built-in
With our tablets, smartphones and cloud services, if we need an app, we get it ourselves. This is drastically different than the way work tech used to be: bought by IT, set up by IT, issued by IT and by
Google today published the source code for its I/O 2014 app in hopes of teaching developers some of its best practices for Android apps. While you may have used the I/O 2014 app to plan your schedule the