Favorite New school year. New tech. Let’s go. G is for Google In case you haven’t heard, Google has a new logo along with a revamped “identity family.” Why? Google wants to make their logo and identity consistent across multiple platforms and “is targeting a world of seamless computing across
Favorite If you were moderating the GOP debate tonight, what is the first question you would ask the candidates?
Favorite If you could invent a new political party, what would the name and platform of your party be?
Favorite Name a female leader you would like to see run for President of the United States.
Favorite Would you be interested in entering a science video contest to show off a new science experiment or idea? If so, there is a new contest for you. It is called the Breakthrough Junior Challenge and allows students ages 13-18 to show off a new idea for the chance to win $400,000 in prizes
Favorite The Suez Canal in Egypt opened almost 150 years ago in order to create an artificial waterway between the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. Now ships are testing a second Suez Canal, which runs alongside the current canal, under tight security and surveillance. The 44 mile long canal
Favorite Sugary breakfast cereals are the norm, not the exception, for children in the U.S. Their bright boxes and fun mascots make them attractive options, but their nutritional value leaves much to be desired. Many cereals that are marketed to children have just as much sugar as an entire
Favorite With back to school season in high gear, you might expect to see neighborhood stores packed with parents purchasing pencils and paper and binders and notebooks, the typical necessities for the typical student. However, if this year’s purchasing numbers are correct, you would be wrong.
Favorite For those of you who have downloaded the new iOS update on your Apple products, you may have seen the new Apple Music. On June 30th, Apple released its new music streaming application. This new application is like Pandora and Spotify, established giants in the field, in many ways.
Favorite Taking a cue from Europe, President Obama has told his administration to prepare to take in at least 10,000 Syrian refugees next fiscal year. “If the United States aims to continue as a global humanitarian leader, then it is our obligation to significantly increase the number of