There are 14 times as many makerspaces as there were a decade ago Over the past decade, makerspaces have exploded in popularity all over the globe—user-reported numbers show nearly 1,400 active spaces,
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In this episode of "Notes on a Scene," Randal Kleiser, Grease's director, breaks down the "You're the One That I Want" scene at the movie's finale. Grease is now available with a new 40th Anniversary on
It may be Barbie’s world, but some critics are calling out the folks at Mattel for featuring an African-American doll with a “half-finished” hairstyle on social media. The official BarbieStyle Instagram
It's very easy to dismiss Nintendo's new line of Labo build-and-play toys as merely cardboard. For adults especially, building the Variety Kit's five toys--or the Robot Kit's suit--and playing their simple
Haptics, or at the very least the sense of touch, is a huge area for exploration in virtual reality right now. This project isn’t brand new, but I just got introduced to it recently and found it very The
On a cold February morning at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, the skeleton of a modern 15-story building was rising from a muddy construction site along the East River. As long and as tall as a cruise ship, the
Everyone take a seat and let Uncle Jessy explain how to 3D print on fabric. True, this method has been around for a while, we’ve actually written a few articles on it, but Uncle Jessy’s video provides
There are so many bombshells in Michael Wolff’s new book, “Fire and Fury,” that smaller anecdotes are going largely unremarked upon, even if they offer disturbing insight into the presidential psyche.
StrideUp, a U.K. startup founded last year by Sakeeb Zaman and Rohan Trivedi, both formerly of Deutsche Bank, wants to make shared home ownership more readily available within the private housing sector.
Academia’s unfolding tale of greed goes beyond vice-chancellors’ salaries: it’s about how the decisions about their pay are made, and by whom Scandals aren’t meant to happen in British universities. Parliament,
Like most people who love the best-selling book “Wonder,” I’ve been thrilled by the success of the movie version. It captures beautifully the book’s central premise, that we should choose to be kind and