When it seems science / knowledge is under attack we need things like this that promote science education more than ever. Each episode will address a specific topic or idea with panel discussions, wacky experiments, and in-the-field reporting (and apparently a lot of fist bumps).
There's no release date for a consumer version of HoloLens (and the current development kit costs ~$3,000) but man does this demo make me want one. Toronto developer Kenny Wang figured out a way to use the HoloLens to bring Portal to the real world.
He made it so he can place portals in his real-world surroundings. The virtual Companion Cube can be shot through the portal entrance and pop out the portal exit… it even rolls down real stairs.
It's been 50 years since we saw Samurai Jack and time has not been kind to him. Aku has destroyed every time portal and Jack has stopped aging, a side effect of time travel. It seems he is cursed to just roam the land for all eternity.
FCC chair stuns consumer advocates with move that could hurt poor people
Ajit Pai “walk[ed] back the stated goal of his chairmanship,” advocate says.
It's not just net neutrality we should be worried about… removing programs that help low-income families have broadband will only further the divide of digitial haves and have nots.
The hotel they were staying in changed its Wi-Fi credentials.
"Why are you crying?" Rod asked his son.
"Because the internet is dead," the kid responded.
— I know that feel bro.