What will technology look like after an apocalypse? That’s a question that authors and film-makers have been trying to answer for generations – and the neat thing about imagining an apocalypse is that “what it takes” to survive one tends to be the same kind of “what it takes” to live and thrive off the […]
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Happy World Water Day! Learn about three surprising ways that people and companies are conserving, sourcing, and recycling water.
Meet the pocket-sized, open-source computer that could help bring turn generation of computer-illiterate children into tomorrow’s rock star coders.
While this is amazing news for democratically-funded entrepreneurs in the U.S., it’s also a sad commentary on the government’s ghastly lack of arts funding.
As mobile and wifi proliferate, our constant connectivity comes at a cost. Is a movement to disconnect in the making?
Learn about a Texas community that’s helping to reinvent America’s electric system.
Pinterest is now a top 10 social network on the Web. With more users every day, there’s a prime opportunity for small businesses, re-users and do-it-yourselfers to seize the spotlight.
MIT, Stanford, Princeton and others recently announced plans to offer many of their top-quality classes in an online format that would be open to anyone around the world, and completely free.