Do you find yourself spending a lot of time on the Internet? If you answered yes, you’re not alone. Adults in the U.S. spend on average over three hours a day online. According to a new online survey by conducted by GFK and the Interactive Advertising Bureau, we spend an average of 37 minutes a… Continue reading This Is What You Do on the Internet All Day
A new radio developed by a startup from Stanford has demonstrated a way to send and receive data on the same frequency, which could double the bandwidth of wireless networks. The company, Kumu Networks, appears to have solved this old challenge to radio communications, in theory, with this new circuit and algorithm. Kumu Networks Kumu… Continue reading This Clever New Circuit Could Double the Speed and Bandwidth of Your Internet
Do you think new music is getting better or worse than the creative songs of our past? Often times new friendly and catchy tunes instantly appeal to our senses, yet get on our nerves after excessive play. When this happens, we “wish we were” still living back in the day, listening to classics from musical… Continue reading How Long Does It Take for a New Song to Become a Classic?
With the rise of digital media, it’s no secret that traditional newspapers and radio broadcasts have been in a steady free fall for some time. If not from traditional mediums, where are people catching the news? It may surprise you to hear that a whopping 67% of people get their news from Facebook! Twitter is… Continue reading How Did You Get Your News Today? [INFOGRAPHIC]
Have you ever made an impromptu sculpture out of one of your meals, like creating a waffle house or a volcano of spaghetti? Romanian artist Dan Cretu sees the potential for art in all the foods he encounters. His work often transforms the most basic nourishment like fruits, vegetables, seeds, and even slices of salami,… Continue reading Food Transformed into Extraordinary Sculptures of Ordinary Things