Michael Bush

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One of the most common questions that comes up when a noob is getting into Photography or is thinking about starting a photography business is, …

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Watch The Simpsons slamming Apple Siri because it sucks (it does)

Everybody knows that Siri still sucks—voice recognition is one of those technologies that has to work flawlessly for it not to suck. Like in <i>Star Trek</i> …

Top 10 Ways to Take Your Media Collections Digital

There's nothing quite like the feel of a new book, the smell of an old record, or the joy of heading to the comic book store every Wednesday. …

The Boy Who Played With Fusion

Taylor Wilson always dreamed of creating a star. Now he’s become one<p>"Propulsion," the nine-year-old says as he leads his dad through the gates of the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama. "I just want to see the propulsion stuff."<p>A young woman guides their group toward a full-scale …

Use the App Switcher to Decide Which Apps Are Worth Your Home Screen

Organizing your home screen is a personal process, but sometimes you just don't know what's really best for yourself. If you're having trouble …

Kiwix Downloads Wikipedia to Your PC, Mac, or Android for Offline Access

Android/Windows/Mac/Linux: Wikipedia, for all its flaws, is an unparalleled wealth of information. It's also entirely unavailable without an internet …

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Giant Carnivorous Plant Found In Silicon Valley

The precise method by which Yahoo! digests and dissolves its prey.<p>Yahoo! is a carnivorous plant whose prey-trapping mechanism features a deep cavity filled with liquid, known as a pitfall trap.<p>Startups, such as Flickr, Tumblr, and Del.icio.us, are attracted to the cavity formed by the cupped leaf, …