Some people just love Google+ and others just hate the company's efforts to create a social network and a social layer across all of its services. Google itself seems to be pretty happy with the results it is getting from Google+ so far - or at least that's what the company is saying publicly. No matter your overall feelings about Google+, though, Google's…
Silicon Valley sets sail: Blueseed aims to set up a floating city off California coast for foreign tech startups13 May
This is how the planners envision Blueseed, a bizarre scheme to allow tech startups to dodge U.S. visa requirements by moving to a floating city: A stylized ocean platform criss-crossed with parkland, swimming pools and walking trails — all within 19 kilometres of the California shoreline. The vessel would be a bit more cramped than the sprawling corporate campuses of nearby Silicon Valley, but that is all part of the idea.
Damien Hirst's retrospective at Tate Modern has been up and running for a month and I finally got a chance to pay a visit yesterday. Despite it's a Saturday evening with room full of visitors, there's a pervading smell of death. Hirst is obsessed with this topic. A series of animal preserved in formaldehyde shows death in the most straight-forward way.
Professor Stephen W. Morris explains why a domino can knock over another domino about 50% larger than itself.
Edible miniature fast food kit, which contains pork and chicken ingredients, but no artificial colours nor preservatives. According to the cook, it tastes like real hamburger, bread, cheese, ketchup, french fries and cola. The cost is 258 yen / 3.2 USD.
USS Texas, a battleship launched in 1912, at the San Jacinto Memorial, Houston.