From George Orwell's 1984 to Rockwell's "Somebody's Watching Me" (release that very year), I've decided not to post anything, well, specific. I mean, who knows who's reading this?????????
Starbucks using bathroom water for coffee in Hong Kong? Well, at least they filter it first. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/30/starbucks-toilet-water-coffee-bathroom-hong-kong_n_3360341.html
Memorial Day Weekend, the unofficial start of Summer and a time to reflect on those who have served our country.
He didn't invent the computer or cure cancer. His name was probably unknown to most until today. Yet his contribution to society was as widespread as it was significant. It wasn't his invention, but he saw a need that was yearning to be filled. So today, I propose a moment of silence in school cafeterias across the globe for E. Robert Kinney - the man, prior to his position of Chief Executive of General Mills, both touted and popularized ......... fish sticks. Long live Mrs. Paul and the Gloucester Fisherman :)
Yes! Ex-Genesis and "Sledgehammer" singer-songwriter Peter Gabriel is working with a few IT people to develop a way for us to communicate with animals via computers. He feels we all share a common communication that might be able to parlay through ones and zeros. Sounds like a cool idea, but will probably digress into a bunch of photos of cute baby humans. More here.
IBM has created the tiniest movie ever, where the stars are actually atoms - magnified over 100,000 times! The plot is kinda thin, though. Have a look!