Rachel Botsman: The case for collaborative consumption In her talk, Rachel Botsman says we're "wired to share" -- and shows how websites like Zipcar and Swaptree are changing the rules of human behavior. (Filmed atTEDxSydney.)Rachel Botsman writes and speaks on the power of collaboration and sharing through network technologies, and on how it will transform business,... Continue Reading →
Watch our NEW teaser trailer for the movie - and learn the exciting reasons we have a NEW goal! We do need to raise more money. It's one thing to finish a film—and another to get it into the world so people see it. The more money we raise now, the more we can get... Continue Reading →
http://youtu.be/A_OPZJ113lA The Electronic Communication Privacy Act could undergo a slight change; the Senate Judiciary Committee has passed an amendment that would require law enforcement officials to obtain a warrant to be able to sift through your online data. Since most personal information has gone online, many believe this bill is a vital component to Internet... Continue Reading →
WikiLeaks Suspect Bradley Manning: 'I Thought I Was Going To Die In That Cage'Enlarge imageU.S. Army Private Bradley Manning is escorted as he leaves a military court in June.Alex Wong/Getty ImagesBradley Manning, the Army private accused of leaking a massive cache of classified information to WikiLeaks, testified for the first time since he was arrested... Continue Reading →
CultureInDecline EPISODE #3: "C.V.D." Set to air at 8:00pm PST, Dec 1st
http://youtu.be/RconVjv6fNI It's not a bird or a plane: it's an unusual flying object that propels itself by flipping inside out. Created by engineers at Festo in Esslingen, Germany, the floating band filled with helium takes on different shapes while expanding and contracting to generate thrust and move through the air. The design is based on... Continue Reading →
Latest stem cell research could lead to immortality (video)Science guru Doctor Karl Kruszelnicki explains how the latest developments in stem cell research could lead to human immortality.
NASA's "History Book"-Worthy Discovery Is Really Just a Big Misunderstanding
"It's not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one most adaptable to change."
LHC atom smasher creates new kind of matterCollisions between particles inside the Large Hadron Collider atom smasher have created what looks like a new form of matter.The new kind of matter is called color-glass condensate, and is a liquidlike wave of gluons, which are elementary particles related to the strong force that sticks quarks together inside... Continue Reading →