4 Apps for 2016’s Presidential Election

1. Hillary 2016 App: 3062167-inline-i-1-hillary-clintons-new-app-gamifies-the-war-against-donald-trump

This is a free download on iOS, with Android version forthcoming. It puts you in charge of a digital regional office for the Hillary 2016 campaign. You’re tasked with turning it into a bustling campaign HQ by buying upgrades like new posters, office furniture, [Read More]

July 29th, 2016|Hot|

3 Craziest Pokémon Go Stories …. According to Us


Augmented reality mobile game Pokémon Go has now achieved record Apple Store downloads in the first week, is more popular than Facebook (in terms of time spent), and has been personally responsible for the break up of at [Read More]

July 22nd, 2016|Hot|

How Brexit Will Affect the Tech World

shutterstock_200396453Now that the UK has officially voted to leave the European Union with a near 50/50 vote on Brexit, the major players in the tech sector of Britain are speaking out about the impending leave.

Since much of the UK’s technology industry is in London—a [Read More]

June 24th, 2016|Hot|

Gearing Up for 2016’s Tony Awards

broadway This year’s 70th Annual Tony Awards are happening LIVE this Sunday, June 12th at 8pm ET on CBS. Hosted by late night talk show host and Tony Award winner for his work in One Man, Two Guvnors, James Corden, this year’s Tonys will [Read More]

June 10th, 2016|Hot, Uncategorized|

Where Do Emoji Come From?

image-22Unicode 9.0 recently announced 72 new emoji coming our way on June 21, 2016. From a pregnant woman emoji to a selfie emoji to a facepalm emoji, this new batch hopes to keep the picture word craze alive. But just where do emojis come from and [Read More]

June 3rd, 2016|Hot|

International Drone Day May 7th!


Tomorrow is the Second Annual International Drone Day!

So much has changed since the first International Drone Day. Last year, the message was “Drones Are Good.” The first International Drone Day came at a time when people were concerned about privacy, safety, spying, crashing and data being [Read More]

May 6th, 2016|Hot|

Women’s History Month: Razia Sultan


Razia Sultan is the only woman ever to be crowned the Sultan of Delhi. After the death of Razia’s father, her brother was crowned sultan but was killed less than seven months on the throne. From 1236 to 1240, Razia’s reign, while noble and forward-thinking, did not sit well with Muslim nobles [Read More]

March 25th, 2016|Hot|

Women’s History Month: 104-Year-Old Guerilla Knitter Grace Brett


Take that Banksy! 104-year-old great-grandmother Grace Brett just may be the oldest living street artist having “yarn bombed” various benches, phone booths, walls, and other landmarks in her town in the Scottish county of Borders.

Born in London in 1910, and having [Read More]

March 18th, 2016|Hot|

Women’s History Month: Lavinia Williams

scan-65Lavinia-WilliamsBefore Misty Copeland was the first Black woman appointed as Principal into the American Ballet Theater, Lavinia Williams was a part of the American Negro Ballet, focusing on classical ballet, folk, modern, and Caribbean dance, which she mastered and taught in several Caribbean countries.

Born in Philadelphia, Lavinia began dance [Read More]

March 4th, 2016|Hot|

Women’s History Month : Vivian Maier

Mula-Blanca5To kick off our Women’s History Month retrospective is Vivian Maier, a private, mysterious, and eccentric nanny who doubled as one of the most prolific photographers never known.

The Oscar-nominated documentary Finding Vivian Maier is about the woman who took over 150,000 photographs without telling anyone about her [Read More]

March 3rd, 2016|Hot|