The Kitchen continues to thrive — more than a million views in 2012, thousands of followers, and a lot of energy going into 2013. Here are some details.
Simple technologies plus creativity and hard work can create stunning results, as this 2010 video shows.
Is print dead, or just demoted? This video shows that it, and its advocates, won’t go down without a fight.
Unicode is a vast system for rendering the written word. Here’s a video of its scope and complexity.
A very funny sketch about apples, oranges, blackberries, and juice.
Lights, snow, action! Nothing finer than a suit of LEDs carving up the slopes.
A low-priced tablet computer from India might have the potential to change the game for many. Are we ready for a potential rapid and system-wide disruption?
In a year of mistakes, some corrections stand head and shoulders above others. Let us celebrate the honest and witty souls behind them.
Making sense of non-events (citation, circulation, and publication) requires context and a tolerance for uncertainty.
The New York Times is now publishing short e-books, another step down the path to monetizing content directly instead of through the sale of advertising.
The US government views data policy as an emerging area. A new National Academies report reveals the potential and the barriers, many of which are financial.
The name of a journal extends far beyond what it publishes. United brands (Nature, JAMA, Cell, Science, IEEE, PLoS) create powerful signals in the marketplace. They can also be overextended.
Once again, the Chefs list their favorite books read this year — everything from Presidents to statisticians to cancer to owl soup. Enjoy!
Enjoy a laugh and lots of important lessons about how to decrease moronic mortality rates.
While some may be blinded to the clear implications of the Mayan calendar, these intrepid Canadian researchers find shocking and significant results to survival studies.