The word “revolutionary” is used too casually these days. Real revolutions aren’t fast or frequent; they’re the product of many small changes slowly coming together to make a gigantic shift possible. thanks
Mike and Amy Mills are a father-daughter team from southern Illinois. Mike was trained as a dental technician. "I made false teeth — crowns, bridges, partials — this type of thing. It's what I did as trade,"
Ingredients Chipotle Sauce One 28-ounce can whole tomatoes • 2 tablespoons chopped canned chipotle chiles in adobo (about 3 chiles) • 5 garlic cloves • 1 teaspoon dried oregano • 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
Winter is the unofficial soup season, I think we can all agree to that. It's bitterly cold, gets dark out by 5 p.m., and typically nothing sounds better than curling up on the couch with a bowl of something
This winter, do yourself a favor: Learn to love scotch Gentlemen, we live in the age of vodka. Yes, vodka: the spirit that aspires to be like water. No offense to vodka drinkers, but if you ordered booze
If anyone knows about cyber surveillance, it's Mary Galligan. Until recently, she led the cyber and special operations team at the FBI's New York office -- the agency's largest surveillance operation.
[Photographs: Joshua Bousel] As I start to write this post, I wonder if I'm doing something inherently wrong here. If you're a barbecue blog reader, chances are you've already encountered the MOINK ball—a
This past week, my inbox blew up with e-mails asking whether Donald Sterling's First Amendment rights were violated in the uproar over the Los Angeles Clippers owner's racist remarks about black people.
When MIT chemistry professor Don Sadoway received an email from Bill Gates's personal assistant in 2009, asking if he would meet with Gates, Sadoway assumed it was a prank, and ignored it. It wasn't until