In March 2017 as part of SXSW, Cortina Productions brought Augmented Reality (AR) to the LBJ Presidential Library in Austin, Texas for three days. Visitors to the museum were able to interact with the
Since The Washington Post’s Watergate-era glory days, my need to read that paper has waxed and waned. I already pay for and scour The New York Times (of course), The Wall Street Journal and The New Yorker,
So why’d the Times make your phone buzz twice Tuesday afternoon? The inspiration was threaded tweets. Just before 5:30 p.m. Eastern on Tuesday, millions of New York Times app users saw — twice — the news
Poll of 14- to 24-year-olds shows Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat and Twitter increased feelings of inadequacy and anxiety Four of the five most popular forms of social media harm young people’s mental with
Checking facts is more important than ever as fake news becomes the refuge of the angry Here are some headlines. “Nine Italian nuns pregnant after offering shelter to north African immigrants”. “Scientists
English-speaking travelers seeking speedy translations of Japanese text are in luck today, with the news that the Google Translate app for Android and iOS now lets you hover your smartphone in front of
brookings.edu - Susan B. Glasser served as editor of Politico throughout the 2016 campaign. The founding editor of Politico Magazine, she has also been editor-in-chief of Foreign Policy magazine; a foreign correspondent, editor, and political reporter for The Washington Post; and co-chief of the Post’s Moscow Bureau with her husband, Peter Baker. Their book, Kremlin Rising: Vladimir Putin’s Russia and the End of Revolution, was published in 2005. Prior to the Post, Glasser worked for eight years at Roll Call, where she rose from an intern to become the paper’s top editor.
At last Thursday’s DeploraBall, Gateway Pundit editor Jim Hoft stepped on to the event podium, smiling wide in a maroon blazer and ’70s-style wide-collared party shirt. He had an exciting announcement.