This infographic doesn’t soothe the nerves if you live in tornado alley, but it does a great job of explaining the hows and whys of twisters.
Archive | May, 2013
For ailing big corporate sites, Joe Ward has a vision that is astonishing and disruptive. Call it Media as a Service — or MaaS. Joe Ward’s xTV is a real product and a prescient vision of things to come.
Computer History Museum: 2000 Years of Tech, Photo Gallery: Our Richard Hay takes gorgeous shots of exhibits at the tech museum in San Jose. Beautiful.
Apple’s $229 iPod Touch, fifth generation, will ship in 24 hours. It’s a 16GB version, rendering useless the 16GB fourth gen models. No rear-facing camera ..
Our global news ed David Michaelis reports that AU scientists will use 3D printers to make giant, ultra thin solar cells. 3D Printing Solar Cells video ..
aNewDomain.net — Until last January, Cuba’s connection to the Internet was over slow, expensive satellite links. As we reported earlier, an undersea cable connecting Cuba with Venezuela was turned on in January and earlier this month a link to Jamaica was completed. Cuba is now moving to improve access to that international connectivity. Etecsa, the […]
Travel editor Russ Johnson travels to Jaipur.
Eric Searleman reports on how the publishing industry is changing. It’s an exciting time for authors, but publishers must innovate or go the way of the Trash 80.
Check out the ISS live stream — the second-ever manned express flight of astronauts is docking with the International Space Station March 28 at 7:17 PT.
On the Cuba-Jamaica Undersea Cable, our Larry Press does a deep dive analylsis. Pun intended. It’s aNewDomain.net.